Lazio, the Latin heartland
Detail of the fresco on the main wall in Tomb of the Jugglers, from around from 510 BCE. It shows a woman with a large jug on her head which is superimposed on the frieze, maybe because the frieze and the figure were painted by two different artists. Two great vases are in the foreground, behind which the juggler tosses some disks into the vase brought by the woman, possibly a type of funerary game. The woman seems to wear a see-through dress. Behind her is the figure of an flute player.