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Ancient Etruscan Civilization    #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola

Etruscan bulla (a hollow pendant) depicting Icarus Labdanum, a substance used in perfume, was found inside this one.

Gold pendant in the form of a bull’s head (ca. 1600-1050 B.C.) Cyprus. Gold. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Cesnola Collection, Purchased by subscription, 1874–76 (74.51.3117). #gold #bronzeage

Gold bull’s head pendant. Early Bronze Age, Cypriot culture (Source: Metropolitan Museum of Art)

ring, gold with green stone, Merovingian, 6th c. (Saint-Germain-en-Laye.....just noticing this big eyed alien on this golden ring side.

Gold ring with green stone, Merovingian, century (Saint-Germain-en-Laye To Shine like a Goddess Keka❤❤

gemma-antiqua: “ Two Etruscan amulets, both dated to the 5th century BCE. The left is of an arrowhead capped with gold, and on the right is a shark tooth. Both are from the Thorvaldsens Museum. ”

Etruscan Gold Amulet with flint arrowhead. Gold finely worked with granulation and curling motifs similar to motifs on a gold bracelet dating to the C. in Etruria.

Pendant in the form of an amphora LAPIS LAZULI GREEK,330-300 BC

Pendant in the form of an amphora. Greek, Early Hellenistic Period, B. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Gold Etruscan Hair ring with female heads, 7th C.  BCE. Princeton Art Museum.

Etruscan Hair ring with female heads, century B. Gold, Princeton Art Museum, Princeton, New Jersey.

Clothing Plaque with Antelope and Tiger | China (Xinjiang Autonomous Region, Central Asia) | Period of Tibetan Empire | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

(Tibet) Tibetan Gold Clothing Plaque with Antelope and Tiger. Period of Tibetan Empire. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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