this cinerary urn appears to be made to resemble an Etruscan dwelling, with the lid of the box forming the roof; decorated with red, green, brown and possibly black pigment applied to the surface; four nude males, one draped female and seven tree or plank forms

Cinerary Urn and Lid, 6th-5th century BCE

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Title
Cinerary Urn and Lid
Role
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Accession Number
70.8a,b
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this cinerary urn appears to be made to resemble an Etruscan dwelling, with the lid of the box forming the roof; decorated with red, green, brown and possibly black pigment applied to the surface; four nude males, one draped female and seven tree or plank forms