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An ancient Roman town which, like Pompeii, was destroyed and buried in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. Herculaneum was buried under a pyroclastic flow from the eruption and disappeared from history along with Pompeii, and also Stabiae and Oplontis. This was one of the first sights where we could study the skeletal remains of Roman people as normally the dead were cremated.

An ancient Roman town which, like Pompeii, was destroyed and buried in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. Herculaneum was buried under a pyroclastic flow from the eruption and disappeared from history along with Pompeii, and also Stabiae and Oplontis. This was one of the first sights where we could study the skeletal remains of Roman people as normally the dead were cremated.

Dancers and a harpist on an Etruscan fresco from Tarquinia, Italy. This fresco was found on the wall of a tomb and dates from c. 465 BC. Tarquinia was a principal city of the Etruscan people, who inhabited parts of modern day Tuscany and Umbria from the 8th to the 2nd centuries BC.(Image © Billie Love)

Dancers and a harpist on an Etruscan fresco from Tarquinia, Italy. This fresco was found on the wall of a tomb and dates from c. 465 BC. Tarquinia was a principal city of the Etruscan people, who inhabited parts of modern day Tuscany and Umbria from the 8th to the 2nd centuries BC.(Image © Billie Love)

Frescos etruscos de la Tumba del Triclinio, en la Necrópolis de Monterozzi. Representa dos danzantes.

Frescos etruscos de la Tumba del Triclinio, en la Necrópolis de Monterozzi. Representa dos danzantes.

Etruscan Art: Fresco depicting a banquet scene, from the Tomb of the Triclinium. Archaeological Museum, Tarquinia

Etruscan Art: Fresco depicting a banquet scene, from the Tomb of the Triclinium. Archaeological Museum, Tarquinia

Fecha: 470 a.C  Autor: anónimo  Título: Mosaico de los bailarines del banquete ( tumba del Tricinium)  Estilo artístico: pintura etrusca. Arte clásico, época arcaica, pintura etrusca  Caract: Utilización de colores claros, como el blanco, ocre y rojo. Aparecen situaciones de la vida diaria, en este caso la representación del ambiente que había en un banquete o fiesta.

Fecha: 470 a.C Autor: anónimo Título: Mosaico de los bailarines del banquete ( tumba del Tricinium) Estilo artístico: pintura etrusca. Arte clásico, época arcaica, pintura etrusca Caract: Utilización de colores claros, como el blanco, ocre y rojo. Aparecen situaciones de la vida diaria, en este caso la representación del ambiente que había en un banquete o fiesta.

Algargos, Arte e Historia: LA VILLA DE LOS MISTERIOS RECUPERA LOS COLORES. LA RESTAURACIÓN DE LOS FRESCOS.

Algargos, Arte e Historia: LA VILLA DE LOS MISTERIOS RECUPERA LOS COLORES. LA RESTAURACIÓN DE LOS FRESCOS.

Minoan fresco (1550 BC) from Knossos Palace, Crete Island, Greece

Minoan fresco (1550 BC) from Knossos Palace, Crete Island, Greece

AKG Anonymous - Dancers / Etruscan Wall Paint./ c.470 BC

AKG Anonymous - Dancers / Etruscan Wall Paint./ c.470 BC (105,0 x 78,0 cm)

AKG Anonymous - Dancers / Etruscan Wall Paint./ c.470 BC

- Figurillas etruscas

- Figurillas etruscas

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