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Funerary Urn (Italy (Etruscan)), 9th–7th century BC

This is a Funerary urn. It is dated 9th–7th century BC and we acquired it in 1976. Its medium is earthenware. It is a part of the Product Design and Decorative Arts department.

This object was donated by Karen Johnson Keland. It is credited Gift of Karen Johnson Keland.

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Its dimensions are

H: 46.5 cm (18 5/16 in.)

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Funerary Urn (Italy (Etruscan)), 9th–7th century BC; earthenware; H: 46.5 cm (18 5/16 in.); Gift of Karen Johnson Keland; 1976-102-1

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