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Type sometimes known as the "dozing duck"

Produced on Rhodes

Found at Vulci (Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; attalus dot org; en.wikipedia).

Campanari excavations of 1847

2nd half 6th c. BCE

L 9 cm

 

Musei Vaticani, Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, inv. 16490

Photographed on display at the exhibit "Etruschi: Viaggio nelle terre dei Rasna" (Etruscans: Voyage in the lands of the Rasna), Museo Civico Archeologico di Bologna, December 12, 2019-May 24, 2020 (extended until November 29, 2020).

Left: Italic-type helmet

Bronze. H 19 cm; diam 23.2 cm

Ca. 400-350 BCE

From Vulci

The front, not visible, was pierced by a weapon in antiquity.

The plume-tubes (inv. 34838, 34839) were gifted to Pio XI in 1935 by Benedetto Guglielmi; the helmet was sold by Giacinto Guglielmi in 1988.

Inv. 39648

 

Center: Negau-type helmet

Bronze. H 21 cm; diam. 24.1 cm

Ca. 520-475 BCE

From Vulci

The now-reunited applique, inventory number 34868, was a gift of Benedetto Guglielmi to Pio XI in 1935; the helmet was sold by Giacinto Guglielmi in 1988.

Inv. 39749

 

Right: Italic-type helmet

Bronze. H 17.1 cm; diam. 22.5 cm

Acquired from Giacinto Guglielmi in 1988.

From Vulci.

Inv. 39649

 

Musei Vaticani

H 50.2-50.4 cm

Ca. 520-400 BCE

Found at Vulci.

Acquired from the Giacinto Guglielmi collection in 1988.

 

Musei Vaticani, inv. 39747-39748

Greek, made at Athens, Athenian Black Figure.

Archaic period.

Attributed to the Mastos Painter, ca. 520-500 BCE

Found in the eponymous Tomba della Panatenaica, Osteria necropolis, Vulci, Etruria, Italy

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Vulci Soprintendenza website

Handmade double-vase with figural (animal?) handle. 2nd half of the 9th c. BCE

Found at Vulci. Formerly in the Massimo Collection.

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Tomb context dated ca. 640-620 BCE.

Vulci, Osteria Necropolis, Area C, Tomb of the Silver Hands.

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

Part of the exhibit Principi Immortali. Fasti dell'aristocrazia etrusca a Vulci (Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, April 29-June 29, 2014).

On display at the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Tomb context dated ca. 640-620 BCE.

Vulci, Osteria Necropolis, Area C, Tomb of the Silver Hands.

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

Part of the exhibit Principi Immortali. Fasti dell'aristocrazia etrusca a Vulci (Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, April 29-June 29, 2014).

On display at the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Tomb context dated ca. 640-620 BCE.

Vulci, Osteria Necropolis, Area C, Tomb of the Silver Hands.

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

Part of the exhibit Principi Immortali. Fasti dell'aristocrazia etrusca a Vulci (Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, April 29-June 29, 2014).

On display at the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Tomb context dated ca. 640-620 BCE.

Vulci, Osteria Necropolis, Area C, Tomb of the Silver Hands.

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

Part of the exhibit Principi Immortali. Fasti dell'aristocrazia etrusca a Vulci (Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, April 29-June 29, 2014).

On display at the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Tomb context dated ca. 640-620 BCE.

Found at Vulci, Osteria Necropolis, Area C, Tomb of the Silver Hands, Chamber A.

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

Part of the exhibit Principi Immortali. Fasti dell'aristocrazia etrusca a Vulci (Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, April 29-June 29, 2014).

On display at the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Embossed silver-copper alloy with gold-plated fingernails

Tomb context dated ca. 640-620 BCE.

Found in spring 2013 at Vulci, Osteria Necropolis (Area C), in the Tomb of the Silver Hands.

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

Part of the exhibit Principi Immortali. Fasti dell'aristocrazia etrusca a Vulci (Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, April 29-June 29, 2014).

On display at the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Embossed silver-copper alloy with gold-plated fingernails

Tomb context dated ca. 640-620 BCE.

Found in spring 2013 at Vulci, Osteria Necropolis (Area C), in the Tomb of the Silver Hands.

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

Part of the exhibit Principi Immortali. Fasti dell'aristocrazia etrusca a Vulci (Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, April 29-June 29, 2014).

On display at the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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From Vulci, votive deposit of a periurban sanctuary just outside the Porta Nord.

Hellenistic period (late 4th-1st c. BCE)

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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From Vulci, votive deposit of a periurban sanctuary just outside the Porta Nord.

Hellenistic period (late 4th-1st c. BCE)

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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From Vulci, votive deposit of an urban sanctuary at "Area I", on the northeast slopes of La Città (1996-2002 excavations).

Hellenistic period (late 4th-1st c. BCE)

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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From Vulci, votive deposit of a periurban sanctuary just outside the Porta Nord.

Hellenistic period (late 4th-1st c. BCE)

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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From Vulci, votive deposit of a periurban sanctuary just outside the Porta Nord.

Hellenistic period (late 4th-1st c. BCE)

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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From Vulci, votive deposit of a periurban sanctuary just outside the Porta Nord.

Hellenistic period (late 4th-1st c. BCE)

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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From Vulci, La Città, 'Baths' of the House of the Cryptoporticus.

Hellenistic period (late 4th-1st c. BCE)

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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From Vulci, votive deposit of a periurban sanctuary just outside the Porta Nord.

Hellenistic period (late 4th-1st c. BCE)

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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From Vulci, votive deposit of an urban sanctuary at "Area I", on the northeast slopes of La Città (1996-2002 excavations).

Hellenistic period (late 4th-1st c. BCE)

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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From Vulci, votive deposit of an urban sanctuary at "Area I", on the northeast slopes of La Città (1996-2002 excavations).

Hellenistic period (late 4th-1st c. BCE)

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Kernos with plastic decoration of a humanoid figure from the Tomb of the Pomegranate at Vulci

Vulci, Osteria Necropolis, Tomb of the Pomegranate (excavations of the 1850s), interred ca. 300 BCE.

Ceramic, Etruscan production.

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Vulci, Osteria Necropolis, Tomb of the Pomegranate (excavations of the 1850s), interred ca. 300 BCE.

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Vulci, Osteria Necropolis, Tomb LIV (Mengarelli excavations), interred ca. 350 BCE.

Etruscan overpainted St. Valentin-type kantharoid skyphos (or kantharos)

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Found at Vulci, Ponte Rotto Necropolis (Mengarelli excavations), Tomb of the Arcuated Pronaos, from a small chamber along the left side, interred ca. 350-325 BCE.

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Left (helmet and handles): Vulci, Ponte Rotto Necropolis (Mengarelli excavations), Tomb of the Arcuated Pronaos, from a small chamber along the left side, interred ca. 350-325 BCE.

Bronze Montefortino-type helmet, bronze handles from a stamnos

 

Right (Red Figure oinochoe and iron blade): Vulci, Osteria Necropolis, Tomb LII (Mengarelli excavations), interred ca. 350 BCE.

Etruscan Red Figure oinochoe close to the Sokra Group, and fragment of an iron blade.

 

Center (everything else): Vulci, Osteria Necropolis, Tomb LIV (Mengarelli excavations), interred ca. 350 BCE.

Praenestine bronze mirror, strigil, Etruscan Red Figure oinochoe and glaux, Etruscan Black Gloss lekythos (Phantom group), Etruscan St. Valentin-type kantharoid skyphos, Attic Black Gloss kylix, bone element, two impasto loomweights, four unpainted plates, one unpainted footed plate, and one unpainted bowl.

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Red Figure kylix (cup) attributed to the Jena Painter, made at Athens, with tondo decoration representing an offering to Herakles in his shrine.

Vulci, Osteria Necropolis, Tomb LV, Mengarelli excavations, interred ca. 1st half of the 4th c. BCE.

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Dated to the last quarter of the 5th c. BCE

Vulci, Osteria Necropolis, Tomb LV, Mengarelli excavations, interred ca. 1st half of the 4th c. BCE.

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia), inv. 63688.

 

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Vulci, Osteria Necropolis, Tomb LV, Mengarelli excavations, interred ca. 1st half of the 4th c. BCE.

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Vulci, Osteria Necropolis, Tomb L, Mengarelli excavations, interred ca. 530-510 BCE.

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Vulci, Osteria Necropolis, Tomb of the Warrior (Tomb XLVII), Mengarelli excavations, interred ca. 530-510 BCE.

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Vulci, Osteria Necropolis, Tomb of the Warrior (Tomb XLVII), Mengarelli excavations, interred ca. 530-510 BCE.

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Vulci, Osteria Necropolis, Tomb of the Warrior (Tomb XLVII), Mengarelli excavations, interred ca. 530-510 BCE.

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Dated ca. 640-630 BCE.

Tomb context dated ca. 640-620 BCE.

Found at Vulci, Osteria Necropolis, Area C, Tomb of the Silver Hands, Chamber B.

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

Part of the exhibit Principi Immortali. Fasti dell'aristocrazia etrusca a Vulci (Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, April 29-June 29, 2014).

On display at the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Faience scarab-seal with inscription of the Egyptian Pharaoh Bocchoris (Wahkare Bakenranef), 24th Dynasty, reigned ca. 718-712 BCE or thereabouts (initially attributed to Necho I or Psammetichus).

 

Found at Vulci, Osteria Necropolis (Area C, near the Tomb of the Sphinx), in a deep-pit tomb of Phase I (late 8th-early 7th c. BCE).

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

Part of the exhibit Principi Immortali. Fasti dell'aristocrazia etrusca a Vulci (Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, April 29-June 29, 2014).

On display at the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Tomb context dated ca. 640-620 BCE.

Found at Vulci, Osteria Necropolis, Area C, Tomb of the Silver Hands, Chamber A.

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

Part of the exhibit Principi Immortali. Fasti dell'aristocrazia etrusca a Vulci (Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, April 29-June 29, 2014).

On display at the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Tomb context dated ca. 640-620 BCE.

Found at Vulci, Osteria Necropolis, Area C, Tomb of the Silver Hands, Chamber A.

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

Part of the exhibit Principi Immortali. Fasti dell'aristocrazia etrusca a Vulci (Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, April 29-June 29, 2014).

On display at the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Tomb context dated ca. 640-620 BCE.

Found at Vulci, Osteria Necropolis, Area C, Tomb of the Silver Hands, Chamber B.

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

Part of the exhibit Principi Immortali. Fasti dell'aristocrazia etrusca a Vulci (Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, April 29-June 29, 2014).

On display at the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Bronze sheet with gold rivets

2nd quarter of the 7th c. BCE

Found at Vulci during the excavations of Vincenzo Campanari in 1834.

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

Part of the exhibit Principi Immortali. Fasti dell'aristocrazia etrusca a Vulci (Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, April 29-June 29, 2014).

On display at the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

In the collection of the Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, Musei Vaticani, Vatican City.

 

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Bronze sheet with gold rivets

2nd quarter of the 7th c. BCE

Found at Vulci during the excavations of Vincenzo Campanari in 1834.

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

Part of the exhibit Principi Immortali. Fasti dell'aristocrazia etrusca a Vulci (Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, April 29-June 29, 2014).

On display at the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

In the collection of the Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, Musei Vaticani, Vatican City.

 

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From Vulci, votive deposit of a periurban sanctuary just outside the Porta Nord.

Hellenistic period (late 4th-1st c. BCE)

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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From Vulci, votive deposit of an urban sanctuary at "Area I", on the northeast slopes of La Città (1996-2002 excavations).

Hellenistic period.

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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From Vulci, votive deposit of an urban sanctuary at "Area I", on the northeast slopes of La Città (1996-2002 excavations).

Hellenistic period.

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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From Vulci, Tempio Grande, first phase (ca. 500 BCE).

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Vulci, Osteria Necropolis, Tomb of the Pomegranate (excavations of the 1850s), interred ca. 300 BCE.

Ceramic, Etruscan production.

 

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In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Vulci, Osteria Necropolis, Tomb of the Pomegranate (excavations of the 1850s), interred ca. 300 BCE.

Including a silvered ceramic calyx krater, eight miniature ollas, a terracotta pomegranata, multiple Black Gloss vessels, two impasto loomeights, and a ceramic kernos with plastic decoration.

 

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In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Siana Cup made at Athens, ca. 570-550 BCE.

Found at Vulci, unknown context.

 

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In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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Etruscan Black Figure of the Pontic Group, ca. 520-510 BCE.

Found at Vulci, Osteria Necropolis, in a chamber tomb (1995 excavations).

 

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Etruscan Black Figure of the Pontic Group, attributed to the Tityos Painter, ca. 520-510 BCE.

From Vulci, Bongiovi Collection.

 

See Vulci at Pleiades; PECS (Perseus); Parco Archeologico; Attalus; en.wikipedia.

 

In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

 

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