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  • Husband and Wife on Dining Couch Sarcophagus Cerveteri 520 BCE
  • Tomb of the Leopards Tarquinia 480-470
  • Tomb of the Triclinium Tarquinia 480-470

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  • Pre-Roman Italy
    • Reading:
    • Stokstad ,
    • Range:
    • 1000-200 BCE
    • Villanovan, Latin, Etruscan
    • Terms/Concepts:
    • cinerary urn, sarcophagus, fibula, symposium, Fufluns, tumulus
    • Monument List:
    • Husband and Wife on Dining Couch, Sarcophagus, Etruscan, 520 BCE
    • Fibula, from the Regolini-Galassi Tomb, Cerveteri, Late 7 th Century BCE
    • Tomb of the Reliefs, Etruscan, Cerveteri, early third century.
    • Tomb of the Hunting and Fishing, Etruscan, Tarquinia, 530-520 BCE
  • When Are We? IMPORTANT: the Etruscans are moving through a lot of the stylistic and cultural influences that the Greeks were.
  • Where are we? Magna Grecia c. 950 BCE Villanovans c. 1000 BCE
  • Where are we? Orientalizing Period Etruscans c. 750 BCE
  • Villanovans Villanovans c. 1000 Magna Graecia c. 950 Etruria 750-500
  • Hut Urn, Tarquinia, Villanovan, 9-8 th century BCE.
  • Hut (Reconstruction), Villanovan, 9-8 th century BCE.
  • The Etruscans Villanovans c. 1000 Magna Graecia c. 950 Etruria 750-500
  • Reconstruction of an Archaic Etruscan Temple.
  • Terracotta Apulu (Apollo), Veii, Etruscan, 500 BCE
  • Terracotta Apulu (Apollo), Veii, Etruscan, 500 BCE Anavysos Kouros, Cemetery at Anavysos, near Athens, c. 530 BCE
  • Necropolis (City of the dead), with tombs. Cerveteri.
  • Necropolis (City of the dead), with tombs. Cerveteri.
  • Necropolis (City of the dead), with tombs. Cerveteri.
    • Husband and Wife on Dining Couch, Sarcophagus, Etruscan, Cerveteri, 520 BCE
  • (Stokstad 6-9) Husband and Wife on Dining Couch, Sarcophagus, Etruscan, Cerveteri, 520 BCE
  • Reclining Couple on a Sarcophagus from Cerveteri. c.520 BCE. Terracotta, length 6 ’7”. Museo Nazionale di Villa Giulia, Rome. (Stokstad 6-9) Husband and Wife on Dining Couch, Sarcophagus, Etruscan, Cerveteri, 520 BCE
  • Reclining Couple on a Sarcophagus from Cerveteri. c.520 BCE. Terracotta, length 6 ’7”. Museo Nazionale di Villa Giulia, Rome. (Stokstad 6-9) Husband and Wife on Dining Couch, Sarcophagus, Etruscan, Cerveteri, 520 BCE Hetaira (Courtesan) Wife Husband Man
    • Sharing wives is an established Etruscan custom. Etruscan women take particular care of their bodies and exercise often, sometimes along with the men, and sometimes by themselves. It is not a disgrace for them to be seen naked. Further, they dine, not with their own husbands, but with any men who happen to be present, and they pledge with wine any whom they wish. They are also expert drinkers and are very good looking.
    • Theopompus of Chios, Histories, 43
    • Fibula, from the Regolini-Galassi Tomb, Late 7 th Century BCE
  • Fibula, from the Regolini-Galassi Tomb, Cerveteri, Late 7 th Century BCE
  • Fibula, from the Regolini-Galassi Tomb, Cerveteri, Late 7 th Century BCE Olpe (Pitcher), Corinth Orientalizing Period, 650-625 BCE.
  • Fibula, from the Regolini-Galassi Tomb, Cerveteri, Late 7 th Century BCE Lion Hunt, Palace of Assurbanipal, Assyrian, 647 BCE
  • Necropolis (City of the Dead), Tarquinia
  • Necropolis (City of the Dead), Tarquinia
    • Tomb of the Hunting and Fishing, Etruscan, Tarquinia, 530-520 BCE
  • Tomb of the Hunting and Fishing, Etruscan, Tarquinia, 530-520 BCE 3-12, Ti Supervising a Hippopotamus Hunt, from the Tomb of Ti, Saqqara, Old Kingdom, 2450-2325 BCE
  • Tomb of the Hunting and Fishing, Etruscan, Tarquinia, 530-520 BCE The “Flotilla Fresco,” Room 5 West House, Akrotiri, Thera, 1650 BCE.
  • Tomb of the Hunting and Fishing, Etruscan, Tarquinia, 530-520 BCE
  • Tomb of the Leopards, Etruscan, Tarquinia, 480-470
  • Tomb of the Triclinium, Etruscan, Tarquinia, 480-470
  • Tomb of the Reliefs, Etruscan, Cerveteri, early third century.
    • Tomb of the Reliefs, Etruscan, Cerveteri, early third century.
  • Charun and Vanth, Tomb of the Anina, Tarquinia, Etruscan, mid 3 rd Century CE.
  • Two Demons at a False Door, Tomb of the Caronti, Tarquinia, Etruscan, 3 rd Century CE
  • Critical Thinking Questions
    • What are some of the major obstacles to interpreting Etruscan materials?
    • What is the relationship between Etruscan and Greek art and culture?
    • How are the roles of Etruscan women in art and life different the roles of Greek women?
    • How do Etruscan tombs incorporate the tradition of the Greek symposium?