The Tomb of the Baron Reconsidered

Gisela Walberg

Contenuto in: Studi Etruschi 54 - 1986

pp. 51-59, Tavv. 2


Since the Tomb of the Baron was discovered at Tarquinia by Baron Kestner in 1827, its paintings have fascinated visitors and given rise to discussions among scholars. The paintings, which can be dated to before 500 B.C., differ considerably in technique, style, composition and motifs from other Archaic and Classical Etruscan tomb-paintings. (…)

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