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Color Plates Plate 2. Fibula with disc foot and amber bead, MS 1519. See 7. Plate 1. Hut urn, MS 1601, said to have been found in Latium, “between Albano and Genzano.” See 5. C1 Plate 4. Hypothetical reconstruction of an Iron Age Faliscan or Etruscan family, featuring some of the artifacts from the Narce tomb groups in the University of Pennsylvania Museum. By Niki Holmes Kantzios. Plate 3. Bronze crested helmet, MS 850, from Narce Tomb 43. See 43. C2 Plate 5. Bronze cuirass, MS 851, from Narce Tomb 43. See 45. Plate 7. Terracotta urn with dipinto inscription, 57-3-1, from the region of Chiusi. “Thania Anainei [wife of] Apias.” See 102. Plate 8. Etrusco-Corinthian olpe, MS 714, from Vulci Tomb B. See 106. Plate 6. Small conical stand and bowl, MS 1221 and MS 1222, from Narce Tomb 7F. See 27–28. Plate 11. Hypothetical reconstruction of an archaic Etruscan house, with foundation plan, by Niki Holmes Kantzios. (Based on finds from Marzabotto, Roselle, and Rome [Palatine hill].) Plate 9. Bronze helmet, “Negau type,” MS 1609. See 233. C3 Plate 10. Bronze Celtic-inspired helmet, MS 1606. See 109. C4 Plate 12. Carnelian engraved seal from the Sommerville Collection, 29-128-542. See 116. Plate 13. Carnelian engraved seal, 29-128-539, depicting youth with horse. See 117 and 194. Plate 14. Banded agate engraved seal, 29-128-543, depicting griffin. See 118. Plate 15. Gold hair spirals, MS 3346A, B. See 161. Plate 16. Pair of gold tubular earrings, MS 3344A, B. See 166. Plate 17. Gold “horseshoe”-type earring, MS 310. See 167. Plate 18. Gold constructed and granulation-decorated miniature bird, MS 3350, a fragment of a 7th century brooch said to have come from Cerveteri. See 225. Plate 19. Gold bead with filigree and granulation decoration, MS 3351. See 227. 12 13 15 17 18 19 16 14 Plate 23. Gold a bauletto earrings: MS 3345A, B (bottom), C (top). See 164, 226. Plate 24. Close-up of granulation on a bauletto earring, MS 3345B. See 164. Plate 22. Gold necklace, MS 4021. See 163. Plate 21. Red-Figure stamnos, MS 2520, with image of Menerva, patroness of crafts. See 137. C5 Plate 20. Bucchero model focolare (brazier) set, MS 1355–1363. See 124–135. C6 Plate 25. Antefix, MS 1801, from a Caeretan temple. See 168 and 288–289. Plate 27. Early version of female terracotta votive head, MS 1830, of the type invented at Veii using molds designed for antefixes. Fifth century BC. See 269. Plate 28. Artist’s reconstruction of an Etruscan temple roof, based on terracottas from Caere in the Museum and related finds (see 288–292). Reconstruction by Niki Holmes Kantzios. Plate 26. Etruscan/Faliscan Red-Figure kylix (cup) from Cogion-Coste di Manone, MS 3444. See 255. Plate 31. Terracotta antefix, MS 1802, depicting a black maenad, from a temple in the region of Caere. Note the horseshoe/grapecluster earrings, and see Pls. 17, 25. See 289. Plate 32. Terracotta antefix, MS 1804, depicting a satyr, from a temple in the region of Caere. See 291. Plate 30. Fragmentary relief of a running or dancing woman, MS 2237, probably part of a tableau-antefix or other relief from a temple at Orvieto. See 287. C7 Plate 29. Fragmentary terracotta sculpture of a griffin, MS 1832, probably an acroterion from an Archaic Etruscan temple. See 278. Plate 33. Alabaster urn of Arnth Remzna, son of Arnth, MS 2458, said to be from Colle, in the territory of Chiusi. See 295. Plate 34. Nenfro bust of a woman or goddess, MS 1428, from the “Toscanella tomb.” See 302. C8 Plate 35. Glass bowl, MS 1506, from the “Toscanella tomb.” See 303. Plate 36. Amphora in “ceramica argentata” fabric, MS 2511, from Orvieto, with plastic sea monsters (ketoi) for handles (see detail in Fig. 41). See 317. This page intentionally left blank ...


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