Etruscan sarcophagus

Etruscan sarcophagus
II sec. a.C.
cm. 189,5 x 47 x 47


The Etruscan sarcophagus which have most influenced the popular imagination are those with the cover a kline. They were made in stone or terracotta and were topped with a male figure resting on a kline (a type of divan). The figure is shown with curly hair around the forehead, a short sleeved tunic, a cape over the head and can be dated around the first quarter of the 2nd century BC.

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