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    135 An Etruscan Woman, ca. 150-120 B.C.E., Badisches Landesmuseum Karslruhe (photo: Thomas Ihle, Wikipedia)

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    • Joelle Lapoujade

      Femme étrusque, statue en terracotta peinte, IIème siècle, retrouvée à Chiusi, conservée à Karlsruhe

    • maneki

      Artume (also called Aritimi, Artames, or Artumes) was an Etruscan goddess who was the goddess of night, of the moon (like another goddess, Losna), death, nature, woods and fertility. She was associated with the Greek goddess Artemis in later history.

    • Maria Dolores Fernandez

      Etruscan Statue from Anatolia - The region dominated by the ancient Hittites, a Caucasian Indo-European race, originally from the west. This culture is one of the oldest in Europe, going back over 7,000 years BC. The capital city of the Hittites (or "Children of Heth") was known as the "City of the Eagles."

    • Tatiana Villamil

      Los etruscos seguían la moda de Grecia, se representaba a ambos sexos con túnicas de longitud variable, ceñidas a la cintura con in cinturón ancho; las medias mangas se sujetaban en el hombre.

    • enzo kobal

      Coperchio di sarcofago etrusco - Chiusi II sec. a.C. - conservato a Karlsruhe

    • Margaret Walsh

      Female Etruscan funerary statue, 150-120 B.C

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