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This catalogue brings jointly for the 1st time the wide-ranging Villanovan and Etruscan collections of the Detroit Institute of Arts with images and suitable bibliographic assets on their cultural and spiritual features in antiquity.

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Coll. Museo Archeologico, Florence (no. 71050), bought in 1880 (cf. M. Cristofani 1977b: 237 n. 2); from Pescia Romana (cf. ibid. 235-239), in line with the broker (source: MANF records). present of The Etruscan beginning, Inc. , Detroit sixty one. 121 The vessel is unbroken. Bucchero kyathos with a curved conical bowl, curved offset lip, excessive biforal deal with surmounted by way of a flat button, and a flaring conical foot. A small horizontal strut joins either deal with segments at rim point. it really is undecorated. For examples with comparable shapes and materials, see J. M. Turfa 2005: 199 no. 202, MS 3214, 600-550 bce (? ), from Orvieto; P. Tamburini 2000: 96-97, 106-108 no. five. 70, 111 pl. 15, 600-550 bce, from the realm of Vulci (? ); J. Hayes 1985: seventy nine no. C27, 580-560 bce; T. Rasmussen 1979: 115-116, 198 figs. 202-203, his tremendous universal variety 4b kyathos, past due 7th-mid sixth centuries bce. The Detroit vessel has a similar physique as fig. 202 and an analogous deal with and foot as fig. 203. See additionally M. Rossignani 1970: 7 no. five, pl. 6, 600-550 bce. For a dialogue of the prospective functionality of bucchero kyathoi as a part of a Greek-style symposion “drinking package” for household and funerary utilization, see seventy eight. sixty five (Cat. No. 74). mins of the humanities fee, DIA. 5/12/61 W. Peck 1962: 52-53 n. 1. etruscan, cat. no.  a hundred and fifty five Plate ninety three. common view, Etruscan Bucchero Kyathos sixty one. 121 (Cat. No. 87); photo Courtesy of the DIA. ceramic – pottery 156 Cat. No. 88 Etruscan Bucchero Kylix (Drinking Cup) 625-575 bce Pottery; top 7. 1 cm. ; Diameter at rim 12. 6 cm. Ex. Coll. Museo Archeologico, Florence (no. 71089), bought in 1880 (cf. M. Cristofani 1977b: 237 n. 2); from Pescia Romana (cf. ibid. 235-239), based on the broker (source: MANF records). present of The Etruscan beginning, Inc. , Detroit sixty one. 118 The vessel is undamaged. Bucchero consuming cup with a rounded conical bowl, straight-sided indirect rim, around Ushaped handles which undertaking horizontally from both sides of the higher physique, and a low flaring foot. The ornament includes slim bands of incised strains which encircle the physique, one on the heart and one on the backside. For examples with very related shapes and fab- rics, examine P. Perkins 2007: 35 no. 112, Inv. 1839. 2-14. eighty four, 625-575 bce; P. Tamburini 2000: 96-97, 102 no. 560, 107 pl. thirteen, 625-575 bce, from Poggio Buco; M. Pandolfini 1992: 153 no. E 27. 1, a hundred and fifty five fig. 363, 157 fig. 367, 174-177, 625-575 bce; B. Bosio and A. Pugnetti 1986: 28-29 no. eight, past due 7thmid sixth centuries bce, from Tomb forty five at Monte Abatone; J. Hayes 1985: eighty no. C29, 620-590 bce; T. Rasmussen 1979: 119-120, 201 fig. 229, 625-575 bce, his kind 3b kylix; N. Ramage 1970: 31, fifty eight fig. 20. eight, past due seventh century bce, her kind 7D kylix; D. Frère 1997: seventy three no. eleven, pl. forty-one, overdue 7th-early sixth centuries bce; P. Ure 1954: fifty seven no. four, pl. 38, past due 7th-early sixth centuries bce; F. Pryce 1932: sixteen no. three, pl. 21. For a dialogue of the prospective functionality of bucchero kylikes as a part of a Greek-style symposion “drinking set” for family and funerary utilization, see seventy eight. sixty five (Cat. No. 74). mins of the humanities fee, DIA. 5/12/61 W. Peck 1962: 52-53 n.

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