Greek and Etruscan Pottery in the Collection of the North Bohemian Museum in Liberec
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This article presents a typological and chronological evaluation of the ﬁne Greek and Etruscan pottery in the collection of the North Bohemian Museum in Liberec, which was built up through donations and acquisitions made by wealthy benefactors from the ﬁnal decades of the nineteenth century until the Second World War. The group of twenty three published vases includes pieces of Corinthian, Etrusco-Corinthian, Attic, Etruscan, South Italian, black glazed and Hellenistic Ionian pottery. The collection features some other pieces of pottery, too, i.e., a late Roman transport amphora, shards of Roman terra sigillata, a few pieces of other types of pottery, and ﬁnally a teracotta ﬁgurine, a lamp, and an Etruscan bronze beaked ﬂagon.
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