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AN ETRUSCAN TERRACOTTA ANTEFIX CIRCA 6TH CENTURY B.C. Molded in the form of a panther head, with rounded ears and large bulging eyes, two protruding knobs above, the mane a flange encircling the jowls, the long nose merging with the exaggerated muzzle, painted with black and red details including eyelashes, the arching tile projecting from the back of the head 9½ in. (24.1 cm.) high

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NYC - Metropolitan Museum of Art - Etruscan Art,terracotta. angel-like winged figure with elaborate hair, male - similar to Sumerian deities

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Terracotta antefix (roof tile) with female head Date: 5th century B.C. Culture: Etruscan, Cerveteri

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Etruscan Antefix in the form of Typhon, Terracotta [late 6th century BC] Origin: Temple of ancient Satricum, modern Conca Rome, Villa Giulia Etruscan Museum