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Ancient Etruscan fresco of Hades and Persephone leading a procession. Tomb of Orcus II, Tarquinia, Italy.

RAS'NA (Etruscan) Mithology  TUCHULCHA  In Etruscan mythology, Tulchulcha was a chthonic daemon (not to be confused with the Christian term "demon") with pointed ears and hair made of snakes and a vulture beak.  Tulchulcha lived in the underworld known as "Aita".

RAS'NA/TUCHULCHA, In Etruscan mythology, Tulchulcha was a chthonic daemon (not to be confused with the Christian term "demon") with pointed ears and hair made of snakes and a vulture beak. Tulchulcha lived in the underworld known as "Aita".

5. Crete and Greece:  Perizoma, the undergarment worn by Etruscan men and women

Crete and Greece: Perizoma, the undergarment worn by Etruscan men and women

The Etruscan psychopomp Vanth, as depicted in a fresco in Etruscan tomb in Tarquinia.

Etruscan Fresco of Vanth from a tomb in Anina, Tarquinia. Vanth and Charon are underworld guides.Vanth is identified as young woman carrying a torch, key, scroll

Faces of Ancient Etruscan Civilization

Veii, Italy: Tomb of the Roar-ing Lions, archaeological site, dates at least to the late century: it is the oldest Etruscan tomb found w/frescoes in Europe.

Etruscan fresco

Etruscan fresco

Yama, the Hindu lord of death, presiding over his court in hell

Deity of Bharani - Yama. Yama’s Durbar and Hell Size: 52 x cm. Tempera on cloth pasted on wooden plank. Fine lines and beautiful colouring. It is probably from Kurnool.

Tomb of the Augurs, Tarquinia, Italy; around 530-520 BCE. Detail of a priest with pointed shoes. Archaeological Site - Etruscan Necropolis, Tarquinia, Italy

Detail of a priest with pointed Etrucson shoes, Tomb of the Augurs, Tarquinia, Italy; around BCE.

El arte etrusco fue la forma de arte figurativo producido por la civilización etrusca que se desarrolló en el norte de Italia entre el siglo IX y el siglo II a. C. El arte que se conserva es de carácter funerario, relacionado tanto con la pintura (frescos) como con la escultura.

Etruskischer Meister 001 - Etruscan art - Fresco of an Etruscan musician with a barbiton, Tomb of the Triclinium, Tarquinia

Bronze age Etruscan fresco of a dancing lady C.1500BC Crete

Bronze Age Art - Bronze age Etruscan fresco of a dancing lady Crete

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