The Villanovan, Etruscan, and Hellenistic Collections in the Detroit Institute of Arts (Monumenta Graeca Et Romana)

This catalogue brings jointly for the 1st time the wide-ranging Villanovan and Etruscan collections of the Detroit Institute of Arts with images and appropriate bibliographic resources on their cultural and non secular capabilities in antiquity.

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Plate ninety four. common view, Etruscan Bucchero Kylix sixty one. 118 (Cat. No. 88); photo Courtesy of the DIA. etruscan, cat. nos. – 157 Cat. No. 89 Etruscan Bucchero Kantharos (Two-Handled Cup) past due 7th-mid sixth centuries bce Pottery; peak to address most sensible thirteen. 6 cm. ; Diameter 23 cm. Ex. Coll. Museo Archeologico, Florence (no. 71094), bought in 1880 (cf. M. Cristofani 1977b: 237 n. 2); from Pescia Romana (cf. ibid. 235-239), in accordance with the broker (source: MANF records). reward of The Etruscan beginning, Inc. , Detroit sixty one. 119 The vessel is restored. There are minor restorations, it appears fresh, alongside the few huge cracks within the physique which have been made ahead of DIA acquisition. Bucchero kantharos with a straight-sided shallow carinated bowl, excessive looped strap handles, and a low flaring foot. The ornament involves a diamond notched moulding on the carination and a slender band of 3 flippantly incised strains which encircle the physique slightly below the rim. The diamond notched ornament is outwardly derived from ivory kantharoi (cf. F. Capponi et al. 2006: 27 ns. 112113, 196). For examples of exact form and upholstery, see P. Perkins 2007: 48-49 no. 182, Inv. GR1977. 9-7. 14, 625-550 bce; J. Berkin 2003: 25-26, 33-35 no. nine, 108-109, 113-114, fig. eleven, pl. four, past due 7th-early sixth centuries bce, from Stratum 2 of the decrease development at Murlo; A. M. Moretti Sgubini 2001: 187, 207, 213-214 no. III. B. three. 18, overdue 7th-mid sixth centuries bce, from Tomba 167 degli scavi Hercle at Osteria; B. Bosio and A. Pugnetti 1986: 30 no. sixteen, overdue 7th-mid sixth centuries bce, from Tomb forty five at Monte Abatone; R. De Puma 1986: 44-46 nos. VC 29-35, pl. 13a, past due 7th-mid sixth centuries bce, from a chamber tomb at Vulci; J. Hayes 1985: seventy five, seventy seven no. C22, early sixth century bce; T. Rasmussen 1979: 105-106, 129, 194 fig. 169, his tremendous universal style 3e kantharos, overdue 7th-mid sixth centuries bce; N. Ramage 1970: 29, fifty seven fig. 19. four, her style 5D kantharos; M. Rossignani 1970: 7 no. 2, pl. 6, overdue 7th-early sixth centuries bce. For a dialogue of the prospective functionality of bucchero kantharoi as a part of a Greek-style symposion “drinking equipment” for family and funerary utilization, see seventy eight. sixty five (Cat. No. 74). mins of the humanities fee, DIA. 5/12/61 W. Peck 1962: 52-53 n. 1. Plate ninety five. common view, Etruscan Bucchero Kantharos sixty one. 119 (Cat. No. 89); picture Courtesy of the DIA. 158 ceramic – pottery Cat. No. ninety Etruscan Bucchero Kantharos (Two-Handled Cup) 575-500 bce Pottery; peak to deal with most sensible nine. eight cm. ; Diameter 18. three cm. Ex. Coll. Museo Archeologico, Florence (no. 92028). present of The Etruscan origin, Inc. , Detroit sixty one. one hundred twenty The vessel is reconstructed with huge restored parts, it appears fresh, within the aspects of the bowl. The restorations have been made ahead of DIA acquisition. Grey/black bucchero kantharos with a straightsided shallow carinated bowl, excessive looped strap handles, and a low ring base. it truly is undecorated. For examples of exact form and upholstery, see P. Perkins 2007: 49-50 no. 188, Inv. GR1814. 7-4. 458, 550-500 bce; A. M. Moretti Sgubini 2001: 187, 217-218 no. III.

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