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AN ETRUSCAN TERRACOTTA LID FROM A CINERARY URN
PROPERTY OF PROFESSOR AND MRS. SID PORT
AN ETRUSCAN TERRACOTTA LID FROM A CINERARY URN

CIRCA 3RD CENTURY B.C.

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AN ETRUSCAN TERRACOTTA LID FROM A CINERARY URN
Circa 3rd Century B.C.
With a male figure reclining on a kline, leaning on his left elbow on a pillow, his right arm resting along his upper body with a phiale in his hand, wearing a mantle draped over his left shoulder, then falling about his waist and covering his lower body, his head inclined, looking off to the right, his oval face with softly lidded eyes, his fleshy lips slightly parted and his wavy locks bound in a fillet, preserving traces of original red pigment throughout
18½ in. (46.3 cm) long
Provenance
Royal Athena Galleries, New York
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