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Faliscan stamnos with Dionysiac motifs, used for mixing and storing liquids

Faliscan <i>stamnos</i> with Dionysiac motifs, used for mixing and storing liquids

Faliscan stamnos with Dionysiac motifs, used for mixing and storing liquids

Pottery

H: 39.7; Diam: 31.5 cm

Accession number:

84.81.446

Archaeology/Classical Archaeology

The Faliscans were one of the many ethnic groups of ancient Italy that lived under the Etruscans. Attic painters settled in Falerii Veteres, their main city, around 400 BCE, starting the local Faliscan workshop.

From the Israel Museum publications:

Jucker, Ines, Italy of the Etruscans, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, 1991, English

Artists' Choices, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, 2010

Exhibitions:

Italy of the Etruscans: Archaeological finds from the First Millenium, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, 18/06/1991 - 18/11/1991
The Etruscans, Nir David, 02/03/1992 - 15/09/1992
Artists' Choices - Zvi Goldstein: Haunted by Objects, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, 07/26/2010 - 01/12/2011
Artists' Choices - Zvi Goldstein: Haunted by Objects, Stiftung Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany, 13/11/2011 - 26/02/2012