Fragment of an Etruscan urn: warrior

Classification
Culture
Dimensions
9.9 × 8.8 × 4.4 cm
Date
2nd century B.C.
Inventory
50.107
ID
Hyp-6910
References
Sprincz, in BullMusHong 15 (1959), 10–12, 71–72, no. 1, fig. 5

Material analyses conducted by Danielle Decrouez (Geneva, Museum of Natural History) and Karl Ramseyer (University of Bern, Institute of Geological Sciences) have shown that the urn was made of Tuscan alabaster. Click here for the detailed results.