Art History, Ch 6 - The Etruscans
"Gardner's Art Through the Ages" Thirteenth Edition. Backpack Edition. "Antiquity". Chapter 6 - The Etruscans. (pg 143 - 155).
"Charuns" are Etruscan ________.
clasp or safety pin
A "fibula" is a ________.
By the eighth and seventh centuries BC, the Etruscans were skilled seafarers and enriched themselves via ________.
An egg is the symbol of ________.
Modern researchers have theorized that the Etruscans came to Italy from the ________.
first millennium BCE
The Etruscan people were likely descended from native and immigrant populations that had gradually mixed during the________.
The Etruscan city of ________ formed an alliance with Rome in the third century BCE.
The Apulu (Apollo) is made of ________.
first century BCE
Roman hegemony over the Etruscans became total in the ________.
The chimera, a composite beast, is a/an ________.
The ________ typifies Etruscan adaptation of Greek motifs, such as pilasters to frame a rounded opening.
The Greeks referred to the Etruscans as ________.
Tomb of the Reliefs
The most elaborate of the underground tombs in Cerveteri is the so-called ________.
The heartland of the Etruscans was the territory between the Arno and Tiber Rivers of ________ Italy.
The "Capitoline Wolf" is a product of a/an ________.
The workshop of Novios Plautios was located in ________.
mound or tumulus
The typical tomb at Cerveteri took the form of a ________.
________ fell to the Romans in 396 BC after a ten-year siege.
Who or what is Tinia?
Which of the following was a tool used by archaeologists to explore tomb interiors at Tarquinia without the expensive and time-consuming excavation process?