Badisches Landesmuseum Karlsruhe | DE
16.12.2017 – 17.06.2018
Overshadowed by Greece and Rome, the Etruscans appear as an unknown, even mysterious civilization. But in fact, they were one of the earliest high cultures in Italy and left their mark on the country – especially in today’s Tuscany – for a thousand years, from the10th to the 1st Century. B.C.
A portrait of the multi-facetted world of the Etruscans, which stood in intensive “international” cultural exchange with other ancient civilizations, is presented the special exhibition.
The project is being realized in cooperation with the Italian Ministry of Culture, and with monument Authorities and Museums in Tuscany, Latium, Umbria, Emilia-Romagna and Campania, especially the national museums in Rome and Florence.
Aschenurne in Form einer Kanope
aus Chiusi, 6. Jh. v. Chr.,
Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Chiusi
© Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Florenz
Link to the exhibition: The Etruscans – World Culture in Ancient Italy.