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Museo Archeologico del Castello Sforzesco verified

Milano, Lombardia, IT open Visit museumarrow_right_alt

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Jar
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Bronze greaves
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Design of the decoration of the situla
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Bronze Situla
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 Tomb of the situla
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Bronze greaves
Design of the decoration of the situla
Bronze Situla
 Tomb of the situla

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The tomb, discovered in 1848 in Trezzo sull’Adda, included several items of great value, pertaining to both males and females. Among these is a bronze sheet situla decorated with a frieze showing dogs chasing deer and fawns, a representation of the hunt as a typically aristocratic pastime. This type of artifact is characteristic of the Early Iron Age in northern Italy and in the central and eastern Alps.

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