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Museo dei Brettii e degli Enotri verified

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Grave goods from the enotria necropolis of Torre del Mordillo
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Ionic capital from the Villanello contrada
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Aryballos from the archaic sanctuary of Cozzo Michelicchio
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Fibula from Torre Mordillo
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Black varnished ceramic from the brettian necropolis of Contrada Moio
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Grave goods from the brettian necropolis of Contrada Moio
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Red-figure pottery from the thurina necropolis of Caccia di Favella
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Kylix with black paint from the brettian necropolis of Contrada Moio
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Black paint Medallion with Gorgoneion from the brettian necropolis of Contrada Moio
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Fibulas
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Roman oil lamps from Cerchiara di Calabria
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Grave goods from the enotrian necropolis of Torre del Mordillo
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Female statues from the archaic sanctuary of Cozzo Michelicchio
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Oinophoros from contrada Cannuzze
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Portrait of Bandiera di Serra brothers
Grave goods from the enotria necropolis of Torre del Mordillo
Ionic capital from the Villanello contrada
Aryballos from the archaic sanctuary of Cozzo Michelicchio
Fibula from Torre Mordillo
Black varnished ceramic from the brettian necropolis of Contrada Moio
Grave goods from the brettian necropolis of Contrada Moio
Red-figure pottery from the thurina necropolis of Caccia di Favella
Kylix with black paint from the brettian necropolis of Contrada Moio
Black paint Medallion with Gorgoneion from the brettian necropolis of Contrada Moio
Fibulas
Roman oil lamps from Cerchiara di Calabria
Grave goods from the enotrian necropolis of Torre del Mordillo
Female statues from the archaic sanctuary of Cozzo Michelicchio
Oinophoros from contrada Cannuzze
Portrait of Bandiera di Serra brothers

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Description

These objects come from a vast sepulchral area identified in 1888 but already known, which for the chronology of the recovered materials, together with the suggestions of the "topographical" order, was considered pertinent to the Thurii necropolis. These are two skyphoid pyxes and two red-figure decorated lids, where fan-shaped palmettes with leaves emerging from an over-painted triangular central core and delimited by spirals with a volute, often over-painted, alternating female profiles with hair gathered in a decorated kekryphalos with dots and with overpainted ray stephanes, not always well preserved. Other overpaintings highlight the ribbons that tie the kekryphalos and the necklace around the neck of the female figures.

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