Chapter 5
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The Spread of Greek Art and Culture
Map of the Etruscan and Roman Italy
  She-Wolf, bronze, 500-480 BCE   Apollo, from Veii. Painted terra-cotta, 500 BCE


  Plan and elevation of an Etruscan temple   Burial chamber, Tomb of the Reliefs, Cerveteri, 3rd century BCE   Etruscan cemetery of La Banditaccia, Cerveteri, 7th-4th century BCE


  Cemetery of La Banditaccia, Cerveteri, view at ground level of mounds, entrance


  Sarcophagus, from Cerveteri. Terra-cotta, 520 BCE


  Sarcophagus, from Cerveteri, detail


  Sarcophagus, from Cerveteri, detail   View of Tarquina   Musicians and Dancers, wall painting, Tomb of the Lionesses, Tarquinia. 480-470 BCE


  Tomb of the Lionesses    Tarquinia,480-470 BCE.


  Musicians and Dancers, detail of a wall painting  

Women Dancing, Detail.

  Hagesandros, Polydoros, and Athanadoros of Rhodes. Laocoon and His Sons, perhaps the orinal of the 2nd or 1st centry BCE or a Rman copy of the 1st century CE. Marble   Nike (Victory) of Samothrace, from the Sanctuary of the Great Gods, Samothrace. Marble, 190 BCE (?)


  Aphrodite of Melos (also called Venus de Milo). Marble, 150 BCE
  Market Woman. Marble, 2nt century BCE   Epigonos (?). Dying Gallic Trumpeter, Roman copy of the original bronze of Marble, 220 BCE


  Dying Gallic Trumpeter


  Dying Gallic Trumpeter, detail


  Dying Gallic Trumpeter, detail


   Alexander the Great Confronts Darius III at the Batle of Issos, Roman mosaic copy after a Greek painting of 310 BCE
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  Alexander the Great, detail