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 Appears to be a copy of vase mentioned in John Boardman's "Early Greek Vase Painting" image 333 described as Milesian (Fikellura) stamnos from Ialysus given the number "Rhodes with a height of " H Ancient Greek Pottery

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Greek Pottery with scene of Hoplites in battle

Athens, National Archeological Museum, Black-figure Calyx Crater. VIRTOURIST.COM

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an apulian red-figured amphora, at

an apulian red-figured amphora, at ||| vases

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~ Greek About 490 BC - White-ground lekythos of Artemis in her representation as Potnia Theron and a swan (Cygnus cygnus). (The State Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg) Ancient, Ancient Pottery, Art, Ancient Art, Ancient Cultures, Ancient Greek Art, Art History

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Es la diosa cazadora, la hermanan carnal de Apolo , con su arco de oro y sus flechas, que deja a su paso a los animales aullando y ...

 excavated at Vulci, Etruria, Italy). Mythology Art, Ancient, Male Art, Art, Life Art, Ancient Art, Ancient Cultures, Ancient Greek Art, Art History

Codrus Painter (BCE), British Museum, London E83 (1869.0205.3) (430-425 BCE; excavated at Vulci, Etruria, Italy). Red-figure cup. Side B.

Red-figure neck-amphora with Eos pursuing Tithonos Attributed to the Achilles Painter Attic Greek, c. terracotta Metropolitan Museum of Art Ceramic Sculpture, Ancient, Ancient Pottery, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Middle Ages, Art, Ancient Art, Art History, Greek Pottery

Attributed to the Achilles Painter | Terracotta Nolan neck-amphora (jar) | Greek, Attic | Classical | The Met

Attributed to the Achilles Painter. Period: Classical. Date: ca. 470–460 B.C.. Culture: Greek, Attic. Medium: Terracotta; red-figure. Dimensions: H. 13 ...

Zephyrus en Hyacinthus, Rood-figurige beker, ca. 490 Museum of fine arts… Greek Drawing, Mythology Art, Ancient, Ancient Pottery, Museum Of Fine Arts, Art, Ancient Art, Ancient Greek Art, Art History

Zephyrus en Hyacinthus, Rood-figurige beker, ca. 490 Museum of fine arts, Boston. Volgens Ovidius wordt Apollo verliefd op de jongeman Hyacinthus. Helaas verwond Apollo de sterveling dodelijk met een discus. Apollo zorgt ervoor dat de jongeman herboren wordt als een bloem. In een andere versie gooit Zephyrus het dodelijke projectiel

Bell-krater with two female acrobats (left) and cupids attending a woman (right) South Italy, Campania, c. red-figure ceramic with added white and yellow

Bell-Krater with Two Female Acrobats, and Cupids Attending a Woman

Bell-Krater with Two Female Acrobats, and Cupids Attending a Woman, (Italy, Campania, circa 330 B.C.-310 B.C.), South Italy, Campania, circa 330-310 B.C., Furnishings, Red-figure ceramic with added white and yellow.

Piquant Photos: Photo Essay: British Museum Part Greek Gods and Goddesses

Photo Essay: British Museum Part 5b: Greek Gods and Goddesses

I have to admit that I like them Greek Gods and Goddesses. They remind me of my own Gods and Goddesses, they love, they are happy, they commit big blunders, they fight, they are just like us, slightly more grown up and perhaps with a bit more power, but generally good eggs. At the British Museum, they have a whole giant room full of statues to these wonderful gods and I thought of giving you a hint of the few which caught my eye (and the damn photos came out properly). This is a bronze head…

 Attic red-figure lekythos: Woman with dog, torches and basket with offerings- a sacrifice to Hecate, probably. (ca 420 B.C), from the National Archaeological Museum of Athens. Ancient Greek Pottery, Mythology Art, Ancient, Ancient Pottery, Ancient Art, Ancient Cultures

.:. Attic red-figure lekythos: Woman with dog, torches and basket with offerings- a sacrifice to Hecate, probably. (ca 420 B.C), from the National Archaeological Museum of Athens.

 The Daily Life of the Greeks and Romans: As Illustrated in the Classical Collections, ed. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Terracotta pyxis (box) | Greek, Attic | Classical | The Met

McClees, Helen and Christine Alexander. 1933. The Daily Life of the Greeks and Romans: As Illustrated in the Classical Collections, 5th ed. pp. 48, 74, 76, figs. 58, 94, New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Α 15375 Attic red-figure lekythos. From Athens. By Douris Painter. 480 B. Ancient Greek Pottery, Ancient Vase, Pottery Painting, Hellenistic

NATIONAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM OF ATHENS - OFFICIAL SITE

Helen of Troy Pictures

Helen of Troy Pictures

Miniature krater with ram's head handles Greek, about BC Made in the Greek East, probably Rhodes; from Kamiros, Rhodes, Aegean Sea The 'Wild Goat' style

Miniature krater with ram's head handles Greek, about 670-650 BC Made in the Greek East, probably Rhodes; from Kamiros, Rhodes, Aegean Sea The 'Wild Goat' style

ROMAN BRONZE ARES (MARS),GOD OF WAR, stepping up into a chariot, depicted nude but for his mantle pinned at his right shoulder, draped over his left arm and fanning out from the elbow; wearing a high-crested helmet with the protective cheek-pieces positioned below his chin, incised scrolling along the visor and crown. 2nd-3rd Century AD.

ROMAN BRONZE ARES (MARS),GOD OF WAR, stepping up into a chariot, depicted nude but for his mantle pinned at his right shoulder, draped over his left arm and fanning out from the elbow; wearing a high-crested helmet with the protective cheek-pieces positioned below his chin, incised scrolling along the visor and crown. 2nd-3rd Century AD.