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Etruscan ~768-264 BCE

Jewelry and Lapidary work from the Etruscan culture, which covered a large section of what is now modern Italy. It evolved from and superceded the Villanovan culture, and was finally absorbed/annexed by the early Romans.
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Detail, Etruscan gold fibula, detail from the Regolini Galassi Tomb, Mid-7th Century BCE.

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Bronze age Etruscan gold pendant with granulated ornament C.1300BC

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Finger ring.Etruscan, 525 BC-330 BC

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Etruscan gold necklace, ca.450 BC

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Amulet with a shark's tooth.Etruscan, 5th century BC

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AN ETRUSCAN CARNELIAN SCARAB AND GOLD FINGER RING CIRCA LATE 5TH CENTURY B.C.

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ETRUSCAN GOLD OPENWORK EARRINGS Circa 500 BC. A pair of fabricated gold earrings in opus interrasile comprising a hollow c-shaped body, its inner and outer faces pierced and decorated with filigree beaded wire and granulation;

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Etruscan civilization,7th century b.C. Goldsmithery. Gold hair clips for plaits. From Cerveteri, Lazio Region, Italy. Artwork-location: Rome, Museo Nazionale Etrusco Di Villa Giulia (Villa Giulia National Museum, Archaeological Museum) .

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Etruscan gold necklaces from Vulci. The top has 9 animal motif pendants and the 7 discs of Etruscan mythological scenes C.300 BC Vatican Etruscan museum

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Etruscan sheet gold funerary set. Circa 5th-4th Century BC.

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