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The Etruscans Textbook + Lecture Notes

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The Etruscans Textbook + Lecture Notes AH 1700

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Detailed notes on Chapter 6 (The Etruscans) from the textbook (newest edition as per usual!), notes from lecture, and change to study guide vocab (+ info). Includes notes on key figures from study ...
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Date Created: 10/02/16
Chapter 6 (The Etruscans) -The Etruscans were the people who occupied the middle of Italy in early Roman days, and whom the Romans wiped out entirely -Figure 6-1 Interior of the Tomb of the Leopards, Monterozzi necropolis, Tarquinia, Italy, ca. 480 BCE. -one of the thousands of underground tombs laboriously carved out of the bedrock in Tarquinia -Late Archaic Geek stylistic features such as the tentative exploration of foreshortening & depiction of profile eyes in profile heads -name comes from the leopards guarding the burial chamber -reminiscent of the panthers on each side of Medusa in the pediment of the temple of Artemis at Corfu -no mythological figures -banqueting couples are protagonists of these frescoes -men have dark skin, women have light skin -unnaturally enlarged hands -man on the couch at the far right on the rear wall holds up an egg, the symbol of regeneration Early Etruscan Art -Figure 6-4 Apulu (Apollo of Vei), from the roof of the Portonaccio temple, Veii, Italy, ca. 510-500 BCE. Painted terracotta. -displays energy and excitement that characterize Archaic Etruscan art in general -one of four terra-cotta figures that adorned the temple’s ridgepole -statues depicted one of the 12 labors of Heracles -Figure 6-6 Sarcophagus with reclining couple, from the Banditaccia necropolis, Cerveteri, Italy, ca. 520 BCE. Painted terracotta. -depicts husband and wife reclining on a banqueting couch -four separately cast & fired sections -sarcophagus contained only cremated ashes and not body -unique from Greek that the husband and wife are sharing the same banqueting couch -vibrant faces Later Etruscan Art -Figure 6-12 Capitoline Wolf, from Rome, Italy, ca. 500-480 BCE. Bronze. -depicts she-wolf that, according to legend, nursed Romulus & Remus after they were abandoned as infants -made for new Roman Republic after the expulsion of the Etruscan king Tarquinius Superbus The Etruscans Lecture Notes *Note: Vocab/Concepts will be included in detail on Study Guide* *Professor removed “Patera” from Vocabulary and added “Difference between Greek columns and Architecture”* KEY: Key Figure on Study Guide Figure discussed but not on Study Guide The Etruscans -believed by reading signs in the natural world would know the will of the gods; entrails of sacrificed animals, lightning strikes, flight of birds -individual city states, never united, warred -eventually attacked by Romans and lost -taught Romans about city planning and grid systems, to build bridges, drainage systems and aqueducts Early Etruscan Art -Figure 6-2 Fibula with Orientalizing lions, from the Regolini-Galassi Tomb, Cerveteri, Italy, ca. 650-640 BCE. Gold. -fibula is similar to clothespin Etruscan Architecture -differences between Greek columns/architecture and Etruscan: -temples had 3 cellas for gods: Tinia (Jupiter/Zeus), Minerve, etc. instead of just 1 cella -columns at front -statues on top of roof -no fluting on columns -shorter than Doric and Ionic columns -columns made of wood and have bases Etruscan Sculpture -Figure 6-4 Apulu (Apollo of Vei) -archaic smile, clothed -Etruscan artists preferred terra-cotta for sculptures -enlarged hands -representation of men with dark skin, women with light skin -Figure 6-7 Tumuli in the Banditaccia necropolis, Cerveteri, Italy -necropoli — arranged along network of streets -Figure 6-6 Sarcophagus with reclining couple, from the Banditaccia necropolis, Cerveteri, Italy, ca. 530 BCE. Painted terracotta. -recalls Greek symposium and banqueting, public displays of affection -once brightly painted, inscriptions gave names of father and mother of deceased -Figure 6-1 Interior of the Tomb of the Leopards, Tarquinia, Italy, ca. 480-470 BCE. -skin color to distinguish gender -leopards are apotropaic -painted tombs rare: privilege of wealthiest families -exaggerated gestures and hands -landscape, grape arbors (in Ancient Egyptian tombs) Classical & Roman Etruscan Art -Figure 6-12 Capitoline Wolf, from Rome, Italy, ca. 500-480 BCE. Bronze. -twins not Etruscan (added in the Renaissance time period_ -patternized hair on wolf -Etruscan made wolf sculpture


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