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Etruscan polychrome terracotta votive head of a young man, 4th century B.C. 26 cm high. Private collection

Etruscan polychrome terracotta votive head of a young man, 4th century B.C. 26 cm high. Private collection

Terracotta neck-amphora, black figured, Attic, ca. 560 B.C., Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 2009

Terracotta neck-amphora, black figured, Attic, ca. 560 B.C., Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 2009

- Cabeza de un guerrero Etrusco . Arcaico Tardio . 1er cuarto del siglo V a.C. Terracota . Templo Porto naccio en Veii ./tcc/

- Cabeza de un guerrero Etrusco . Arcaico Tardio . 1er cuarto del siglo V a.C. Terracota . Templo Porto naccio en Veii ./tcc/

❤ - Terracotta stemmed dish  Period: Archaic Date: 6th century B.C. Culture: Etruscan Medium: Terracotta

❤ - Terracotta stemmed dish Period: Archaic Date: 6th century B.C. Culture: Etruscan Medium: Terracotta

Cast Bronse Etruscan from Tarquinia  e. 3rd C. BCE. An inscription after casting suggests an ex-votos.  A number of scholars believe that the bronze figure represents the mythic Tages. Tages was the infant seer, the newborn with the face of an old man, who suddenly sprang from the earth before the eyes of Tarquin, the founder of Tarquinia, and revealed to him and to other Etruscan leaders the secrets of Etruscan religious discipline and, in particular, the art of divination.

Cast Bronse Etruscan from Tarquinia e. 3rd C. BCE. An inscription after casting suggests an ex-votos. A number of scholars believe that the bronze figure represents the mythic Tages. Tages was the infant seer, the newborn with the face of an old man, who suddenly sprang from the earth before the eyes of Tarquin, the founder of Tarquinia, and revealed to him and to other Etruscan leaders the secrets of Etruscan religious discipline and, in particular, the art of divination.

Etruscan terracotta ....compare earrings to similar but larger Mayan earplugs of gold

Etruscan terracotta ....compare earrings to similar but larger Mayan earplugs of gold

Ceramica etrusca a figure nere Kyathos pontico attribuito al "Pittore di Amphiaraos" 530-525 a.C.

Ceramica etrusca a figure nere Kyathos pontico attribuito al "Pittore di Amphiaraos" 530-525 a.C.

The Divine Mother seems to have been humanity's earliest spiritual experience. The terracotta figurines of the Mother Goddess, recovered in excavations are not only the earliest manifestations of the Divine Power ever known in any medium, but are also suggestive of a well-evolved Mother Goddess worship cult. Juno-Sospita (Altes Museum, Berlin) | Etruscan

The Divine Mother seems to have been humanity's earliest spiritual experience. The terracotta figurines of the Mother Goddess, recovered in excavations are not only the earliest manifestations of the Divine Power ever known in any medium, but are also suggestive of a well-evolved Mother Goddess worship cult. Juno-Sospita (Altes Museum, Berlin) | Etruscan

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