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  • 1.
    • Chapter 9 -Etruscans
  • 2. Who were the Etruscans?
    • Fusion of immigrant and native populations
    • Models for Roman Art and arch. – they had an impact on Greek colonies in Italy
    • Etruscans – skilled at sea
  • 3. Early Etruscan Art
    • They used iron, tin and copper
    • Trade was important, it was reflective in their own art
    • Greco- Roman Gods are similar to Greek Gods
  • 4. Archaic Art- Etruscan Temple 6 th Century
    • They loved Greek art
    • Only foundations of the temples survive
    • Wooden columns, wooden roof, sun dried brink walls
    • Deep porch for one side
    • Home for who?
  • 5.  
  • 6. Differences
    • Greeks
    • Marble fluted columns
    • Etruscans
    • Resembled Doric Columns
    • Wood
    • Unfluted
    • More widely spread
    • Narrative statuary in terracotta instead of stone on top of building
  • 7. Roof Top Statues – from Portonaccio Temple, Veii (510-500BCE) Apulu aka Apollo
    • It was painted at one time bright colors
    • muscles, animated face
  • 8. Sarcophagus with Reclining couple – Cerveteri, Italy 520 BCE – Painted Terracotta
    • Contained ashes of deceased
    • Husband and Wife
    • Hand Gestures and Italian culture
  • 9. Tomb of the Shields and Chairs Mid 6 th Century BCE
  • 10. Tomb of the Reliefs
    • Several Generations of one family
    • Stucco Reliefs
    • Built out of bedrock
    • Knifes, cups , mirrors, stools
  • 11. Leopards, banqueters and musicians mural ptgs in the Tomb of the Leopards 480-470BCE
  • 12. Mural Paintings
  • 13. Capitoline Wolf- 500-480BCe