INDEX
Adonis, urn of, 68
Aes rude, 33, 96
Agram Museum, 240
Agriculture, 95
Agylla. See Caere
Alphabet, 174, 175
on ivory, 163, 174
Altars, 83-5
Ansedonia, 18, 231
Apollo of Veii, 110
Arches, 5, 17
Arezzo, 34, 212, 214, 216
Armour, 92
Army, 92
Arretine ware, 121
Arringatore, 98, 166, 216
Art, periods in, 197
Ash-urns. Cinerary urns
Attic art, 79
Augures, 91
Aule Pheluske, 92, 113, 168
Aule Tite, 113
Banquets, 55, 59, 62, 127
Begoé, 87
Berlin Museum, 240
Bettona, 44, 231
Bieda, 43
Bologna, 25, 30, 103, 113, 195, 203, 235, 236
Bolsena, 86, 213
Bomarzo, 71
Books of reference, 241
ritual, 88-90
Boustrophedon writing, 176
British Museum, 38, 57, 68, 70, 71, 73, 93, 101, 103, 104, 105, 107, 111, 119, 121, 136, 137, 151, 240
Bronze work, 97-105
Bucchero119, 201
Buonamici, G., 44, 171, 181
Buonarroti, Filippo, 77, 226
Buonarroti, Michelangelo. See Michelangelo
Caere, 19, 20, 34, 40-3, 44-7, 57, 79, 100, 103, 105, 107, 132, 137, 198, 201, 211, 212, 214, 231
Camars. See Chiusi
Candelabra, 100
Canopic jars, 69, 118, 201
Carthaginians, 134, 193, 205, 213
Castel d'Asso, 43, 231
Centaur of nenfro, 112
Certosa, 113, 235
Cerveteri. See Caere Chariots, 99
Charon, 86
Chianciana urn, 148
Children, 159-64
Chimaera, 98
Chiusi, 12, 34, 44, 49, 60, 69, 72, 114, 118, 119, 146, 201, 231, 236
Ciminian forest, 211
Cinerary urns, 37, 70, 71, 72, 75, 76, 77, 78, 147, 148
Cippi, 32, 73, 114
Cistae, 102, 149
Cities of the dead, 8, 25, 40
City, planning of, 7, 26
Claudius, Emperor, 217
Clusium. See Chiusi Column, Tuscan, 45
Comacchio, 35, 122
Confederation, Etruscan, 91
Copenhagen, Helbig Museum, 240
Corneto. See Tarquinia Cortona, 10, 34, 99, 201, 214, 232, 236
Cosa, 18
Cremation, 37, 38, 79
Cumae, 200, 208
Cypro-Phoenician influence, 79, 105, 202
Dancing, 55, 129, 140, 142
Demons, 59, 65, 86

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