"Bronze Statuette from Etruria." &mdash Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Bronze Statuette

"Bronze Statuette from Etruria." &mdash Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

"Terricotta Sarcophagus from Caere, front view." &mdash Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Etruria

"Terricotta Sarcophagus from Caere, front view." &mdash Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

"Terricotta Sarcophagus from Caere, back view." &mdash Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Etruria

"Terricotta Sarcophagus from Caere, back view." &mdash Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

"Philoctetes wounded in the foot: on a scarab in sardonyx." &mdash Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Philoctetes

"Philoctetes wounded in the foot: on a scarab in sardonyx." &mdash Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

"A Vase is a vessel of various forms and materials, applied to the purposes of domestic life, sacrificial uses, etc. They were often used merely for ornament, or were at least primarily ornamental in character and design. The antique vases found in great numbers in ancient tombs and catacombs in Etruria, Southern Italy, Greece, Sicily, etc., and used to contain the ashes of the dead, were for the most part made of baked clay, painted and glazed. Rare Chinese and Japanese vases are highly prized, and $20,000 has been paid for one vase at auction in New York."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Grecian Vases

"A Vase is a vessel of various forms and materials, applied to the purposes of domestic life, sacrificial…