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AP Art History - Chapter 9 Etruscan
curved structure which spans an opening
semi-circular structure made up of successive arches
projected support for a external wall
monster of Greek invention with a lion's head, body and serpent's tail
vase for ashes of a cremated person
process of interpreting omens
circular, octagonal, elliptical or polygonal shape which is hemispherical curvature of the roof.
image of a dead person
people who inhabited central Italy, b/w 6th and 7th century BC
clasp or safety pin used to fasten a woman's gown
fusing of tiny meal balls to a metal surface for decoration
intersection of 2 barrel vaults
topmost wedge which locked the arch into place
city of the dead
occurrence believed to portend a future event, foreshadowing of the future
large stone coffin usually decorated with sculpture and inscriptions
freestanding arch commemorating an important event
tomb in the form of a mound
arched ceiling made of stone, brick or concrete
wedge shaped blocks holding the curve of the arch