Entrance of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
Entrance of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
Bookshop of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
Semicircular portico of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The large hemispherical loggia was projected by Jacopo Barozzi Vignola. Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
Semicircular portico of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The large hemispherical loggia was projected by Jacopo Barozzi Vignola. Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
Frescoed Ceiling of the Semicircular portico of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The large hemispherical loggia was projected by Jacopo Barozzi Vignola.Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
Court of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The first of three courtyards was projected by Giorgio Vasari. Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
Semicircular portico of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The large hemispherical loggia was projected by Jacopo Barozzi Vignola. Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
Court of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The first of three courtyards was projected by Giorgio Vasari. Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
Frescoed Ceiling of the Semicircular portico of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The large hemispherical loggia was projected by Jacopo Barozzi Vignola.Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
Gardens of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
Semicircular portico of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The large hemispherical loggia was projected by Jacopo Barozzi Vignola. Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
Semicircular portico of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The large hemispherical loggia was projected by Jacopo Barozzi Vignola. Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
The Entrance Hall of the the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Entrance Hall of the the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Entrance Hall of the the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Entrance Hall of the the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Entrance Hall of the the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Entrance Hall of the the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Entrance Hall of the the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Entrance Hall of the the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Centaur in the entrance hall of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The sculpture was found in the Necropolis of Poggio Maremma. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Knight on a hippocampus in the entrance hall of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The sculpture was found in the Necropolis of Poggio Maremma and dates from 550-540 B.C.. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Male and Female Tombs from the Villanovan Culture in the second hall of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The remains dates from the early Iron Age, IX-VII century B.C. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Male and Female Tombs from the Villanovan Culture in the second hall of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The remains dates from the early Iron Age, IX-VII century B.C. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Male and Female Tombs from the Villanovan Culture in the second hall of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The remains dates from the early Iron Age, IX-VII century B.C. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Geometric Etruscan Ceramic in the second hall of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Geometric Etruscan Ceramic in the second hall of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Male and Female Tombs from the Villanovan Culture in the second hall of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The remains dates from the early Iron Age, IX-VII century B.C. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The tomb of the bronze wagon in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The tomb represents the culture of the princes in the late orientalizing period 720-650 B.C.. It was found in 1965 in the necropolis of Osteria. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Male and Female Tombs from the Villanovan Culture in the second hall of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The remains dates from the early Iron Age, IX-VII century B.C. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Male and Female Tombs from the Villanovan Culture in the second hall of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The remains dates from the early Iron Age, IX-VII century B.C. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The tomb of the bronze wagon in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The tomb represents the culture of the princes in the late orientalizing period 720-650 B.C.. It was found in 1965 in the necropolis of Osteria. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The tomb of the bronze wagon in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The tomb represents the culture of the princes in the late orientalizing period 720-650 B.C.. It was found in 1965 in the necropolis of Osteria. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Ground Floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Second hall of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. . Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Second hall of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. . Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The end of the orientalizing period in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The end of the orientalizing period in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Vase in thin bronze foil in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Found in the Cuccumella tumulus in 1988 its an important example of the Vulci workshops and contained the ashes of a person between 20 and 40 years old. It and dates from 57'-560 B.C. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Vase in thin bronze foil in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Found in the Cuccumella tumulus in 1988 its an important example of the Vulci workshops and contained the ashes of a person between 20 and 40 years old. It and dates from 57'-560 B.C. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Etruscan Corinthian Ceramic in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Etruscan Corinthian Ceramic in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Etruscan Corinthian Ceramic in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Ground Floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Etruscan Corinthian Ceramic in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Tomb of the warrior in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The grave goods origin from a tomb of the necropolis of Osteria and where found in 1998. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Ground Floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Tomb of the warrior in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The grave goods origin from a tomb of the necropolis of Osteria and where found in 1998. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Ceramic of Vulci in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Ceramic of Vulci in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Grave goods dating from the half of the 5th century to the end of the 4th century in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. From the half of the 5th century underwent a renaissance. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Tomb of the warrior in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The grave goods origin from a tomb of the necropolis of Osteria and where found in 1998. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Grave goods originating from the Necropolis of the Osteria and the Banditaccia in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy.Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Grave goods originating from the Necropolis of the Osteria and the Banditaccia in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy.Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Grave goods dating from the half of the 5th century to the end of the 4th century in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. From the half of the 5th century underwent a renaissance. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Grave goods dating from the half of the 5th century to the end of the 4th century in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. From the half of the 5th century underwent a renaissance. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Grave goods originating from the Necropolis of the Osteria and the Banditaccia in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy.Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Cult objects of the religious cities in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy.Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Cult objects of the religious cities in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy.Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Cult objects of the religious cities in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy.Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Cult objects of the religious cities in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy.Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Funerary sculptures of Hellenistic influence in the underground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Tomb of the Necropolis of the Banditaccia in the underground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The section is dedicated to the Etruscan tombs. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Tomb of the Necropolis of the Banditaccia in the underground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The section is dedicated to the Etruscan tombs. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Tomb of the Necropolis of the Banditaccia in the underground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The section is dedicated to the Etruscan tombs. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Funerary sculptures of Hellenistic influence in the underground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Funerary sculptures of Hellenistic influence in the underground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The tomb of the Funerary Catafalque in the underground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The section is dedicated to the Etruscan tombs. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The tomb of the Funerary Catafalque in the underground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The section is dedicated to the Etruscan tombs. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The city of Tarquinia “Painted Tombs” in the underground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The section is dedicated to the Etruscan tombs. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Tomb of the Necropolis of the Banditaccia in the underground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The section is dedicated to the Etruscan tombs. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Ground Floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Gardens of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
The two-story Nympheum of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. This three-leveled structure of covered loggias, decorated with marble statuary, reclining river gods in niches, and balustrades, is constructed around a central fountain. Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
The two-story Nympheum of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. This three-leveled structure of covered loggias, decorated with marble statuary, reclining river gods in niches, and balustrades, is constructed around a central fountain. Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
The two-story Nympheum of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. This three-leveled structure of covered loggias, decorated with marble statuary, reclining river gods in niches, and balustrades, is constructed around a central fountain. Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
The two-story Nympheum of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. This three-leveled structure of covered loggias, decorated with marble statuary, reclining river gods in niches, and balustrades, is constructed around a central fountain. Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
Etruscan Temple in the gardens of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The so called temple of Alatri is a perfect reproduction of an Etruscan temple of the 2cnd or 3rd century B.C. and was realized for the inauguration of the museum in 1889 or 1890.
Etruscan Temple in the gardens of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The so called temple of Alatri is a perfect reproduction of an Etruscan temple of the 2cnd or 3rd century B.C. and was realized for the inauguration of the museum in 1889 or 1890.
Court of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The first of three courtyards was projected by Giorgio Vasari. Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
Court of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The first of three courtyards was projected by Giorgio Vasari. Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
The two-story Nympheum of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. This three-leveled structure of covered loggias, decorated with marble statuary, reclining river gods in niches, and balustrades, is constructed around a central fountain. Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
The two-story Nympheum of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. This three-leveled structure of covered loggias, decorated with marble statuary, reclining river gods in niches, and balustrades, is constructed around a central fountain. Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
The two-story Nympheum of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. This three-leveled structure of covered loggias, decorated with marble statuary, reclining river gods in niches, and balustrades, is constructed around a central fountain. Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
The two-story Nympheum of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. This three-leveled structure of covered loggias, decorated with marble statuary, reclining river gods in niches, and balustrades, is constructed around a central fountain. Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
The two-story Nympheum of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. This three-leveled structure of covered loggias, decorated with marble statuary, reclining river gods in niches, and balustrades, is constructed around a central fountain. Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
Large hemispherical loggia of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The large hemispherical loggia was projected by Jacopo Barozzi Vignola.. Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
Court of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The first of three courtyards was projected by Giorgio Vasari. Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
Large hemispherical loggia of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The large hemispherical loggia was projected by Jacopo Barozzi Vignola.. Built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555, Villa Giulia is a magnificent Renaissance palace. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world.
The tomb of the bronze wagon in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The tomb represents the culture of the princes in the late orientalizing period 720-650 B.C.. It was found in 1965 in the necropolis of Osteria. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Ground Floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Remains of the earliest chamber tombs in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Remains of the earliest chamber tombs in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Remains of the tumulus of the Colonel in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Located in the necropolis of the Banditaccia it was used for 6 generations from 700 B.C. To half of the sixth century B.C. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Funerary objects from the tombs of the Princes in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. They date from the in the Orientalizing Period. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Remains of the tumulus of the Colonel in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Located in the necropolis of the Banditaccia it was used for 6 generations from 700 B.C. To half of the sixth century B.C. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Grave goods originating from the Necropolis of the Osteria and the Banditaccia in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy.Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Funerary urn in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Grave goods originating from the Necropolis of the Osteria and the Banditaccia in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy.Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The myth of Heracles represented in the grave goods in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The myth of Heracles represented in the grave goods in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Cult objects of the religious cities in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy.Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Cult objects of the religious cities in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy.Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Funerary urn of terracotta representing a sarcophagus in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Sarcophagus of the Spouses in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The Sarcophagus of the Spouses originating from Cerveteri is for sure the most famous symbol of the Etruscan art and history.Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Sarcophagus of the Spouses in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The Sarcophagus of the Spouses originating from Cerveteri is for sure the most famous symbol of the Etruscan art and history.Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Sarcophagus of the Spouses in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The Sarcophagus of the Spouses originating from Cerveteri is for sure the most famous symbol of the Etruscan art and history.Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Sarcophagus of the Spouses in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The Sarcophagus of the Spouses originating from Cerveteri is for sure the most famous symbol of the Etruscan art and history.Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The market of Greece artworks in Etruria in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The market of Greece artworks in Etruria in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Sarcophagus of the Spouses in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The Sarcophagus of the Spouses originating from Cerveteri is for sure the most famous symbol of the Etruscan art and history.Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The market of Greece artworks in Etruria in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The market of Greece artworks in Etruria in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The market of Greece artworks in Etruria in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The market of Greece artworks in Etruria in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Attic vases used as funerary urns in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
High relief of the temple of Pyrgi in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The so called temple A was found in the area of the ancient Etruscan port of Pyrgi, crossroad with the Greece and Phoenician world in 1957. The relief represents the fight of the Seven against Thebes. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
High relief of the temple of Pyrgi in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The so called temple A was found in the area of the ancient Etruscan port of Pyrgi, crossroad with the Greece and Phoenician world in 1957. The relief represents the fight of the Seven against Thebes. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Rests of the decoration of originating from the temple of Pyrgi in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The so called temple A was found in the area of the ancient Etruscan port of Pyrgi, crossroad with the Greece and Phoenician world in 1957. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Acroterium representing Achelous originating from the sacred area of Pyrgi in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The so called temple A was found in the area of the ancient Etruscan port of Pyrgi, crossroad with the Greece and Phoenician world in 1957. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
High relief of the temple of Pyrgi in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The so called temple A was found in the area of the ancient Etruscan port of Pyrgi, crossroad with the Greece and Phoenician world in 1957. The relief represents the fight of the Seven against Thebes. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
High relief of the temple of Pyrgi in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The so called temple A was found in the area of the ancient Etruscan port of Pyrgi, crossroad with the Greece and Phoenician world in 1957. The relief represents the fight of the Seven against Thebes. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Rests of the decoration of originating from the temple of Pyrgi in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The so called temple A was found in the area of the ancient Etruscan port of Pyrgi, crossroad with the Greece and Phoenician world in 1957. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Rests of the decoration of originating from the temple of Pyrgi in the ground floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The so called temple A was found in the area of the ancient Etruscan port of Pyrgi, crossroad with the Greece and Phoenician world in 1957. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The epigraphic section in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The room is dedicated to the Etruscan Language. Founded in the baroque time the museum aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The epigraphic section in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The room is dedicated to the Etruscan Language. Founded in the baroque time the museum aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The collections of the former Kircherian Museum in the second floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Founded in the baroque time the museum aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The collections of the former Kircherian Museum in the second floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Founded in the baroque time the museum aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The collections of the former Kircherian Museum in the second floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Founded in the baroque time the museum aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Cista Fioroni originating from the collections of the former Kircheriano Museum in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The jewelry box in bronze dates from the 4th century B.C. And origins from Palestrina. Founded in the baroque time the museum Kicheriano aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Cista Fioroni originating from the collections of the former Kircheriano Museum in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The jewelry box in bronze dates from the 4th century B.C. And origins from Palestrina. Founded in the baroque time the museum Kicheriano aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Cista Fioroni originating from the collections of the former Kircheriano Museum in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The jewelry box in bronze dates from the 4th century B.C. And origins from Palestrina. Founded in the baroque time the museum Kicheriano aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Mirror originating from the collections of the former Kircheriano Museum in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Founded in the baroque time the museum Kicheriano aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Small bronze sculptures from the Umbrian area in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The statues represents warriors and goodnesses and originate from the collections of the former Kicheriano Museum. Founded in the baroque time the museum Kicheriano aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Small bronze sculptures from the Umbrian area in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The statues represents warriors and goodnesses and originate from the collections of the former Kicheriano Museum. Founded in the baroque time the museum Kicheriano aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Small bronze sculptures from the Umbrian area in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The statues represents warriors and goodnesses and originate from the collections of the former Kicheriano Museum. Founded in the baroque time the museum Kicheriano aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Ritual feasts in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The objects originate from the collections of the former Kicheriano Museum. Founded in the baroque time the Kicheriano museum aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Ritual feasts in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The objects originate from the collections of the former Kicheriano Museum. Founded in the baroque time the Kicheriano museum aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Ritual feasts in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The objects originate from the collections of the former Kicheriano Museum. Founded in the baroque time the Kicheriano museum aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Bronze-made candlesticks in the second floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The objects originate from the collections of the former Kicheriano Museum. Founded in the baroque time the Kicheriano museum aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Ritual feasts in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The objects originate from the collections of the former Kicheriano Museum. Founded in the baroque time the Kicheriano museum aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Ritual feasts in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The objects originate from the collections of the former Kicheriano Museum. Founded in the baroque time the Kicheriano museum aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Bronze-made candlesticks in the second floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The objects originate from the collections of the former Kicheriano Museum. Founded in the baroque time the Kicheriano museum aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Objects for the female toilet and the beauty care in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The objects originate from the collections of the former Kicheriano Museum. Founded in the baroque time the Kicheriano museum aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Objects for the female toilet and the beauty care in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The objects originate from the collections of the former Kicheriano Museum. Founded in the baroque time the Kicheriano museum aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Objects for the female toilet and the beauty care in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The objects originate from the collections of the former Kicheriano Museum. Founded in the baroque time the Kicheriano museum aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Objects for the female toilet and the beauty care in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The objects originate from the collections of the former Kicheriano Museum. Founded in the baroque time the Kicheriano museum aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Objects for the female toilet and the beauty care in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The objects originate from the collections of the former Kicheriano Museum. Founded in the baroque time the Kicheriano museum aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Objects for the female toilet and the beauty care in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The objects originate from the collections of the former Kicheriano Museum. Founded in the baroque time the Kicheriano museum aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Etruscan ceramic in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The objects originate from the collections of the former Kicheriano Museum. Founded in the baroque time the Kicheriano museum aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Greece and Magna Greece ceramic in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The objects document the Greece influence in the Etruscan world and originate from the collections of the former Kicheriano Museum. Founded in the baroque time the Kicheriano museum aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Greece and Magna Greece ceramic in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The objects document the Greece influence in the Etruscan world and originate from the collections of the former Kicheriano Museum. Founded in the baroque time the Kicheriano museum aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Greece and Magna Greece ceramic in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The objects document the Greece influence in the Etruscan world and originate from the collections of the former Kicheriano Museum. Founded in the baroque time the Kicheriano museum aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Greece and Magna Greece ceramic in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The objects document the Greece influence in the Etruscan world and originate from the collections of the former Kicheriano Museum. Founded in the baroque time the Kicheriano museum aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Greece and Magna Greece ceramic in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The objects document the Greece influence in the Etruscan world and originate from the collections of the former Kicheriano Museum. Founded in the baroque time the Kicheriano museum aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Greece and Magna Greece ceramic in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. The objects document the Greece influence in the Etruscan world and originate from the collections of the former Kicheriano Museum. Founded in the baroque time the Kicheriano museum aimed to document the daily life of the antiquity among daily life objects. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Etruscan armor in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Etruscan armor in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Etruscan armor in the first floor of Villa Giulia today the National Etruscan Museum in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Etruscan and the circle of life exhibition at the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Etruscan and the circle of life exhibition at the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Etruscan and the circle of life exhibition at the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Etruscan and the circle of life exhibition at the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Etruscan and the circle of life exhibition at the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Etruscan and the circle of life exhibition at the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Etruscan and the circle of life exhibition at the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Etruscan and the circle of life exhibition at the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Etruscan and the circle of life exhibition at the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Bronze objects originating from the Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Bronze objects originating from the Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Bronze objects originating from the Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Bronze objects originating from the Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Bronze objects originating from the Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Bronze objects originating from the Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Bronze objects originating from the Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Bronze objects originating from the Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Bronze objects originating from the Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Bronze objects originating from the Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Bronze objects originating from the Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Bronze objects originating from the Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Bronze objects originating from the Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Bronze objects originating from the Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Bronze objects originating from the Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Bronze objects originating from the Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Bronze objects originating from the Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Bronze objects originating from the Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Bronze objects originating from the Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Bronze objects originating from the Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Bronze objects originating from the Castellani collection in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The collection of the important family of Roman goldsmiths dates from the 19th century and spaces from Etruscan ceramic, bronze, jewelry. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Funerary treasure originating from the necropolis of Olmo Bello in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The Goods dates from the seventh century B.C.. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Funerary treasure originating from the necropolis of Olmo Bello in the first floor of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The Goods dates from the seventh century B.C.. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Grave goods originating from the Faliscan territory in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The goods dates from the seventh century B.C. They document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River and are intimately correlated to the creation of the museum of Villa Giulia. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Plate with elephant ready for battle originating from Capena in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The plate dates from the third century B.C. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Grave goods originating from the Faliscan territory in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The goods dates from the seventh century B.C. They document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River and are intimately correlated to the creation of the museum of Villa Giulia. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Grave goods originating from the Faliscan territory in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The goods dates from the seventh century B.C. They document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River and are intimately correlated to the creation of the museum of Villa Giulia. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Grave goods originating from the Faliscan territory in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The goods dates from the seventh century B.C. They document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River and are intimately correlated to the creation of the museum of Villa Giulia. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Grave goods originating from the Faliscan territory in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The goods dates from the seventh century B.C. They document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River and are intimately correlated to the creation of the museum of Villa Giulia. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Grave goods originating from the Faliscan territory in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The goods dates from the seventh century B.C. They document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River and are intimately correlated to the creation of the museum of Villa Giulia. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Grave goods with bronze parade shield originating from the Faliscan territory in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The shield dates from the seventh century B.C and documents the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River. The excavations were intimately correlated to the creation of the museum of Villa Giulia. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Grave goods originating from the Faliscan territory in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The goods dates from the seventh century B.C. They document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River and are intimately correlated to the creation of the museum of Villa Giulia. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Grave goods originating from the Faliscan territory in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The goods dates from the seventh century B.C. They document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River and are intimately correlated to the creation of the museum of Villa Giulia. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Aristocratic grave goods originating from Falerii in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The Greece ceramic documents the flourishing of the aristocracy in the fifth century. They document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Aristocratic grave goods originating from Falerii in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The Greece ceramic documents the flourishing of the aristocracy in the fifth century. They document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Aristocratic grave goods originating from Falerii in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The Greece ceramic documents the flourishing of the aristocracy in the fifth century. They document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Aristocratic grave goods originating from Falerii in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The Greece ceramic documents the flourishing of the aristocracy in the fifth century. They document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Aristocratic grave goods originating from Falerii in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The Greece ceramic documents the flourishing of the aristocracy in the fifth century. They document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Aristocratic grave goods originating from Falerii in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The Greece ceramic documents the flourishing of the aristocracy in the fifth century. They document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Aristocratic grave goods originating from Falerii in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The Greece ceramic documents the flourishing of the aristocracy in the fifth century. They document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Aristocratic grave goods originating from Falerii in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The Greece ceramic documents the flourishing of the aristocracy in the fifth century. They document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Aristocratic grave goods originating from Falerii in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The Greece ceramic documents the flourishing of the aristocracy in the fifth century. They document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Remains of the temple of Apollos in the sacred area of the city of Falerii in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The remains of the temple of the so called Scasato dedicated to Apollos date from the late fourth to the third century B.C. and document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Remains of the temple of Apollos in the sacred area of the city of Falerii in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The remains of the temple of the so called Scasato dedicated to Apollos date from the late fourth to the third century B.C. and document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Remains of the temple of Apollos in the sacred area of the city of Falerii in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The remains of the temple of the so called Scasato dedicated to Apollos date from the late fourth to the third century B.C. and document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Remains of the temple of Apollos in the sacred area of the city of Falerii in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The remains of the temple of the so called Scasato dedicated to Apollos date from the late fourth to the third century B.C. and document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Sculpture of Apollos originating from the sacred area of the city of Falerii in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The remains of the temple of the so called Scasato dedicated to Apollos date from the late fourth to the third century B.C. and document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Remains of the temple of Apollos in the sacred area of the city of Falerii in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The remains of the temple of the so called Scasato dedicated to Apollos date from the late fourth to the third century B.C. and document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Remains of the temple of Apollos in the sacred area of the city of Falerii in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The remains of the temple of the so called Scasato dedicated to Apollos date from the late fourth to the third century B.C. and document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The sacred area of the city of Falerii in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The remains of the so called temple of the Sanctuary of the Fallen Stones and the temple of Apollos document the flourishing of the city of Falerii in the fifth century B.C. and the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Sculpture of Apollos originating from the sacred area of the city of Falerii in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The remains of the temple of the so called Scasato dedicated to Apollos date from the late fourth to the third century B.C. and document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Federal sanctuary of Juno Curitis of Falerii in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The sanctuary is one of the earliest sacred places of Falerii and dates from the mid-fourth century B.C. and document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Federal sanctuary of Juno Curitis of Falerii in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The sanctuary is one of the earliest sacred places of Falerii and dates from the mid-fourth century B.C. and document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Federal sanctuary of Juno Curitis of Falerii in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The sanctuary is one of the earliest sacred places of Falerii and dates from the mid-fourth century B.C. and document the influence of the Etruscan on the populations like the Faliscan due to the geographic proximity in the northern Lazio, on the Etruscan side of the Tiber River. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The necropolis of the Villanovan culture in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The Villanovan culture (c. 900–700 BC), regarded as the oldest phase of Etruscan civilization,was the earliest Iron Age culture of Central Italy and Northern Italy, abruptly following the Bronze Age. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The necropolis of the Villanovan culture in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The Villanovan culture (c. 900–700 BC), regarded as the oldest phase of Etruscan civilization,was the earliest Iron Age culture of Central Italy and Northern Italy, abruptly following the Bronze Age. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The necropolis of the Villanovan culture in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The Villanovan culture (c. 900–700 BC), regarded as the oldest phase of Etruscan civilization,was the earliest Iron Age culture of Central Italy and Northern Italy, abruptly following the Bronze Age. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The necropolis of the Villanovan culture in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The Villanovan culture (c. 900–700 BC), regarded as the oldest phase of Etruscan civilization,was the earliest Iron Age culture of Central Italy and Northern Italy, abruptly following the Bronze Age. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The necropolis of the Villanovan culture in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The Villanovan culture (c. 900–700 BC), regarded as the oldest phase of Etruscan civilization,was the earliest Iron Age culture of Central Italy and Northern Italy, abruptly following the Bronze Age. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The necropolis of the Villanovan culture in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The Villanovan culture (c. 900–700 BC), regarded as the oldest phase of Etruscan civilization,was the earliest Iron Age culture of Central Italy and Northern Italy, abruptly following the Bronze Age. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The necropolis of the Villanovan culture in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The Villanovan culture (c. 900–700 BC), regarded as the oldest phase of Etruscan civilization,was the earliest Iron Age culture of Central Italy and Northern Italy, abruptly following the Bronze Age. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The necropolis of the Villanovan culture in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The Villanovan culture (c. 900–700 BC), regarded as the oldest phase of Etruscan civilization,was the earliest Iron Age culture of Central Italy and Northern Italy, abruptly following the Bronze Age. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The necropolis of the Villanovan culture in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The Villanovan culture (c. 900–700 BC), regarded as the oldest phase of Etruscan civilization,was the earliest Iron Age culture of Central Italy and Northern Italy, abruptly following the Bronze Age. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The necropolis of the Villanovan culture in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The Villanovan culture (c. 900–700 BC), regarded as the oldest phase of Etruscan civilization,was the earliest Iron Age culture of Central Italy and Northern Italy, abruptly following the Bronze Age. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The necropolis of the Villanovan culture in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The Villanovan culture (c. 900–700 BC), regarded as the oldest phase of Etruscan civilization,was the earliest Iron Age culture of Central Italy and Northern Italy, abruptly following the Bronze Age. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The necropolis of the Villanovan culture in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The Villanovan culture (c. 900–700 BC), regarded as the oldest phase of Etruscan civilization,was the earliest Iron Age culture of Central Italy and Northern Italy, abruptly following the Bronze Age. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The necropolis of the Villanovan culture in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The Villanovan culture (c. 900–700 BC), regarded as the oldest phase of Etruscan civilization,was the earliest Iron Age culture of Central Italy and Northern Italy, abruptly following the Bronze Age. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
The necropolis of the Villanovan culture in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The Villanovan culture (c. 900–700 BC), regarded as the oldest phase of Etruscan civilization,was the earliest Iron Age culture of Central Italy and Northern Italy, abruptly following the Bronze Age. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Votive statues originating from the sanctuary of Portonaccio in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The sanctuary is one of the eldest sacred places of the Etruscan area and was in use from the seventh till the conquest operated by the Romans in 398 B.C. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Votive statues originating from the sanctuary of Portonaccio in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The sanctuary is one of the eldest sacred places of the Etruscan area and was in use from the seventh till the conquest operated by the Romans in 398 B.C. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Sculptures of Hercules and Minerva originating from the great sanctuary of Portonaccio in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The sanctuary is one of the eldest sacred places of the Etruscan area and was in use from the seventh till the conquest operated by the Romans in 398 B.C. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Sculptures of Hercules and Minerva originating from the great sanctuary of Portonaccio in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The sanctuary is one of the eldest sacred places of the Etruscan area and was in use from the seventh till the conquest operated by the Romans in 398 B.C. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Decorative sculptures originating from the sanctuary of Portonaccio in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The sanctuary is one of the eldest sacred places of the Etruscan area and was in use from the seventh till the conquest operated by the Romans in 398 B.C. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Decorative sculptures originating from the sanctuary of Portonaccio in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The sanctuary is one of the eldest sacred places of the Etruscan area and was in use from the seventh till the conquest operated by the Romans in 398 B.C. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Decorative sculptures originating from the sanctuary of Portonaccio in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The sanctuary is one of the eldest sacred places of the Etruscan area and was in use from the seventh till the conquest operated by the Romans in 398 B.C. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Male torso originating from the sanctuary of Portonaccio in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The sanctuary is one of the eldest sacred places of the Etruscan area and was in use from the seventh till the conquest operated by the Romans in 398 B.C. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
Sculptures of Hercules and Minerva originating from the great sanctuary of Portonaccio in the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in Rome, Italy. The sanctuary is one of the eldest sacred places of the Etruscan area and was in use from the seventh till the conquest operated by the Romans in 398 B.C. Created in 1899, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia houses works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world. Among the museum’s most valuable objects are a sarcophagus from the year 520 BC, as well as several terracotta figures such as the Apollo of Veii and the image of Hercules and Apollo vying for the deer, both from 510 BC. The museum also presents a great collection of precious objects from antiquity to the 19th century.
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