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Anchor
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Golden Cross
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Cippus
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Rostrum
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Prow
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Horse shaped toy
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Ship
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Shopper
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Ship
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Boat
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Anchor
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Relief
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Ship
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Alkedo ship
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Copy of the Alkedo Ship
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Relief decoration
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Ship
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Burning perfume
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Dice
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Urn
Anchor
Golden Cross
Cippus
Rostrum
Prow
Horse shaped toy
Ship
Shopper
Ship
Boat
Anchor
Relief
Ship
Alkedo ship
Copy of the Alkedo Ship
Relief decoration
Ship
Burning perfume
Dice
Urn

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Description

Cinerary urn, without lid, from the deposits of the Archaeological Superintendence. Below the frame, on the forehead, in bas-relief, representation of Ulysses bewitched by the Song of the Sirens: on the right a ship with the sails unfurled, to the mast of which is tied a man dressed in the only cloak, Ulysses, and the sailors sitting on the benches intent to row. On the left three seated female figures, dressed in tunic and cloak, intent on playing. The representation of the cycle of Ulysses is particularly widespread in the Volterra area in the Hellenistic period.

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