Detail, Chimera of Arezzo

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Mark Cartwright
by mbalestrieri
published on 12 January 2017
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A detail of the head of the Chimera of Arezzo. An Etruscan bronze dating to the 5th-4th century BCE it represents the fire-breathing monster of Greek mythology which had the body of a lion, a snake tail and goat head coming from its back. It was a votive offering to the god Tin. (National Archaeological Museum, Florence)

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mbalestrieri, . (2017, January 12). Detail, Chimera of Arezzo. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/6256/detail-chimera-of-arezzo/

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