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AP Art History Chapter 9 The Etruscans
Italy in Etruscan Times
Figure 9-1 Fibula with Orientalizing lions, from the Regolini-Galassi Tomb, Cerveteri, Italy, ca. 650–640 BCE. Gold, 1’ 1/2” high. Musei Vaticani, Rome.
Figure 9-2 Model of a typical sixth-century BCE Etruscan temple, as described by Vitruvius. Istituto di Etruscologia e di Antichità Italiche, Università di Roma, Rome.
Figure 9-3 Apulu (Apollo), from the roof of the Portonaccio temple, Veii, Italy, ca. 510–500 BCE. Painted terracotta, 5’ 11” high. Museo Nazionale di Villa Giulia, Rome.
Figure Sarcophagus with reclining couple, from Cerveteri, Italy, ca. 520 BCE. Painted terracotta, 3’ 9 1/2” X 6’ 7”. Museo Nazionale di Villa Giulia, Rome.
Figure 9-5 Tumuli in the Banditaccia necropolis, Cerveteri, Italy, seventh to second centuries BCE.
Figure 9-6 Plan of the Tomb of the Shields and Chairs, Cerveteri, Italy, second half of the sixth century BCE.
Figure 9-7 Interior of the Tomb of the Reliefs, Cerveteri, Italy, third century BCE.
Figure 9-8 Interior of the Tomb of the Leopards, Tarquinia, Italy, caFigure 9-8 Interior of the Tomb of the Leopards, Tarquinia, Italy, ca. 480–470 BCE.
Figure 9-9 Diving and ﬁshing, detail of a mural painting in the Tomb of Hunting and Fishing, Tarquinia, Italy, ca. 530–520 BCE. Detail, 5’ 6 1/2” high.
Figure 9-10 Capitoline Wolf, from Rome, Italy, ca. 500–480 BCEFigure 9-10 Capitoline Wolf, from Rome, Italy, ca. 500–480 BCE. Bronze, 2’ 7 1/2” high. Musei Capitolini, Rome.
Figure 9-11 Chimera of Arezzo, from Arezzo, Italy, first half of fourth century BCE. Bronze, 2’ 7 1/2” high. Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Florence.
Figure 9-13 Porta Marzia (Gate of Mars), Perugia, Italy, second century BCE.
Figure 9-15 Aule Metele (Arringatore), from Cortona, near Lake Trasimeno, Italy, early first century BCE. Bronze, 5’ 7” high. Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Florence.
Gardner’s Art Through the Ages, 13e
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Chapter 09--The Etruscans
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Chapter 6: Etruscan: Italy before the Romans.
Etruscan Art Early Etruscan Art
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Etruscan Art ( BCE) Etruscans = Ancient Italians who adopted much of he Greek Culture (was ETRURIA, now TUSCANY) Sculptures made from terra-cotta.
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Figure 9-2 Fibula with Orientalizing lions, from the Regolini-Galassi Tomb, Cerveteri, Italy, ca. 650–640 BCE. Gold, 1’ 1/2” high. Musei Vaticani, Rome.
The Etruscans Founders of Italian Culture. Etruscan Unit Concepts 1. The Etruscans greatly influenced Roman art. 2. Many architectural features thought.
Ancient Roman Art & Architecture. Etruscan Civilization.
The Etruscans, Archaic Italy Vocabulary Etruscan Terracotta Tufa Haruspex Acroteria Cella/cellae Tumulus Trempe l’oeil.
Three Important Elements of Successful Roman Architecture:
Dr. Schiller: AP History of Art
The culture that immediately preceded that of the Etruscans is known as Villanovan, and Italian version of the great Urnfield culture found frm.
Ancient Rome The Etruscans. QUESTION What do you think of when you think of Ancient Rome?
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