Нана Василева

Нана Василева

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The Etruscan necropolis was organized with a city-like plan.

The coastal region of southern Italy and Sicily, for instance, was colonized by the Greeks, whilst the interior of that

An example of an elaborate Etruscan tomb: Wall painting in a burial chamber called Tomb of the Leopards at the Etruscan necropolis of Tarquinia in Lazio, Italy.

Chapter section 1 Encaustic Painting: pigments are mixed with melted beeswax and applied to stone as a form of painting

Photo display- I really like this, maybe ill attempt a smaller version. Would be a great present for the best friend! ;)

Display many photos with an old frame, wire, and clothespins. PERFECT use for the huge frame I just took apart for the girls hair bow holder! (instead use coloring for clothespins and frame! Glitta it up)

A Rare Greek Silver Tetrobol of Therma[i] (?) or Argolis (?) (Macedon) SIlver, ca. 500-475 B.C.E., 2.36 grams  Archaizing Pegasus right, lotus bud below / rough quadripartite incuse square.  A superb example of this rare issue of coinage.

A Rare Greek Silver Tetrobol of Therma[i] (?) (Macedon) SIlver, ca., grams Archaizing Pegasus right, lotus bud below / rough quadripartite incuse square. A superb example of this rare issue of coinage.

Head of a lion  Period:     Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date:     400–300 B.C. Geography:     Country of Origin Egypt; (none assigned Medium:     gypsum plaster

Head of a lion Period: Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date: B. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt; (none assigned Medium: gypsum plaster

Etruscan Nenfro statue of a winged lion, Archaic, ca. 550 B.C. Several statues of this type, made from nenfro, a kind of volcanic stone used extensively at Vulci, depict winged lions and sphinxes. These were set up to protect the entrances to subterranean chamber tombs covered by a tumulus (earthen mound). They often appear in pairs and represent the Etruscan response to a long tradition of guardian figures stretching back to ancient Egypt and the Near East.

Several statues of this type, made from nenfro, a kind of volcanic stone used extensively at Vulci, depict winged lions and sphinxes. These were set up to protect the entrances to subterranean chamber tombs covered by a tumulus (earthen mound)