Speltz, Alexander / Styles of ornament: exhibited in designs, and arranged in historical order, with descriptive text.
The Etruscan ornament, pp. -Plate 32.
THE ETRUSCAN ORNAMENT. 69 Etruscan tomb in Cervetri (Renard). Plate 31. Fig. I. Relief, travelling-carriage (Baumeister). 2. Ante-fix of a tomb (Marta). 3, and 8. Etruscan bigas with bronze casing. These were found in Nurcia and purchased by the Metropolitan Museum in New York. ~. Etruscan frescoes (Marta). 5. Bronze candelabrum (Marta). 6. From the facade of a tomb in Norchia (Lübke). 7. Clay sarcophagus from Cervetri, in the Louvre (Lubke). 9, and i i. Marble altar from the collection in the Villa Borghese near Rome (Tatham). io. Terra-cotta altar (Tatham). Plate 32. Fig. I, and 6. Swords (Baumeister). 2, and ~. Helmets (Libonis). 3. Link for the handle of a bucket. 6th century before Christ (Reichhold). 4, i6, 17, 19, 20, 22, and 25. Ornaments (Libonis). 7, 12, and i 4. Greaves (Libonis). 8. Fibula (Libonis). 9. Fighting warriors (Racinet). 10. Etruscan peasant (Racinet). i i. Razor (Libonis). ,, i 3. Etruscan mirror in the numismatic collection in Paris (Gerhard, Etruskische Spiegel). This is considered by some to be Grecian work. ,, ' 5. Tripod (Reichhold). i 8. Tripod (Marta, l'art etrusque). 21. Dagger (Baumeister). 23. Heating-stove (Marta). 24. Antique bronze cist (Gerhard). ,, 26. Spear-head (Baumeister).
This material may be protected by copyright law (e.g., Title 17, US Code).| For information on re-use, see http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1711.dl/Copyright