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NURSING MOTHERS IN CLASSICAL ART
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Human Sacrifice on an Etruscan Funerary Urn
Urne de Chiusi, vers 100 av. J.-C., conservee a l'Universite de New York| la representation d'Iphigenie en Tauride comporte deux tetes detachees au-dessus de l'autel ou est assis Oreste.
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The World of Roman Costume
Greeks and Romans felt that nationality could be identified by dress as well as by language. Examining the ways the women and men of antiquity presented themselves through their dress providesExpand
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The Etruscan language : an introduction
Part one: Historical background 1. Archaeological introduction Part two: The language 2. Introduction to the language of the Etruscans 3. The study of the Etruscan language 4. The pronounciation ofExpand
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New York : the Metropolitan Museum of Art
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The barbarians of ancient Europe : realities and interactions
1. Classical and barbarian Larissa Bonfante 2. Greek geography of western barbarians Paul Keyser 3. The funeral of Scythian kings: the historical reality and the description of Herodotus (4.71-72)Expand
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