The Master of Florence Warrior 586

Quentin Maule

pp. 53-63, Tavv. 5


The elongated warrior figure no. 586 in Florence’s Archaeological Museum has long been cited as a prime example of Etrusco-Italian bronzework. The hand of the unknown master who created this work has been detected in eight other figurines, and the resulting group of nine objects has been arranged in an order that is intended to suggest their natural developmental sequence. Then, by juxtaposing various of these items with precisely dated pieces that are verifiably earlier and with others that are demonstrably later than these works, one is able to propose an absolute chronology for the career of the master: specifically, after about 440 B.C. and before about 420 B.C. […]

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