Etruscan woman dancing wall painting

Bronze Age Art - Bronze age Etruscan fresco of a dancing lady Crete

Etruscan women wearing tunics

DANcERS & a HARPIST on an Etruscan fresco on the wall of a tomb in Tarquinia (Italy) c. Tarquinia was a principal city of the Etruscan people, who inhabited parts of modern day Tuscany and Umbria from the to the centuries BC.

Etruscan tebenna

Etruscan tebenna: Rounded mantel worn by men and women draped in various ways.

Etruscan: chiton and a cape only worn by woman

Etruscan Chiton was a tunic worn by men and woman; Etruscan versions were essentially the same as the Greeks; most common length for men was to thighs, but longer versions were also depicted, cut fuller than Doric peplos.

Etruscan: Etruscan women wearing distinctive pointed-toe shoes and close-fitting tunic resembling the  Greek Chitons.

Etruscan: Etruscan women wearing distinctive pointed-toe shoes and close-fitting tunic resembling the Greek Chitons.

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