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Bilingual belly amphora type A - The different style makes it hard to attribute this vase, but it might be this way: Potted by Andokides - side A by Andokides Painter, side B by Lysippides Painter.  Though the image is the same, some stylistic features differ, and demands for us to attribute each side to different painters. These differences could also occur because the difference between black and red figure technique made it impossible for the artist to make an exact copy on the other…

Αττικός δίγλωσσος αμφορέας - Bilingual belly amphora type A -The different style makes it hard to attribute this vase, but it might be this way: Potted by Andokides - side A by Andokides Painter, side B by Lysippides Painter.

A GREEK POTTERY SKYPHOS   LATE GEOMETRIC PERIOD, CIRCA 760-735 B.C.   The handle zone with two water birds flanked by vertical lines and dotted rosettes, centered by false spirals on one side and a crosshatched column on the other, zigzag on the neck, horizontal bands below, the twin ribbon handles with vertical lines  6 in. (15.2 cm.) diameter excluding handles

A GREEK POTTERY SKYPHOS LATE GEOMETRIC PERIOD, CIRCA 760-735 B.C. The handle zone with two water birds flanked by vertical lines and dotted rosettes, centered by false spirals on one side and a crosshatched column on the other, zigzag on the neck, horizontal bands below, the twin ribbon handles with vertical lines 6 in. (15.2 cm.) diameter excluding handles

Geometic lidded oinochoe Trefoil oinochoe with lid  From the Geometric necropoleis of Marathon.   Archaeological Museum of Marathon, Greece (Greek Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia; Marathon on Pleiades)

Geometic lidded oinochoe Trefoil oinochoe with lid From the Geometric necropoleis of Marathon. Archaeological Museum of Marathon, Greece (Greek Ministry of Culture; Marathon on Pleiades)

Argive Geometric kantharos with horses    From Argos.  Middle Geometric II (800-750 BCE).  Argos, Archaeological Museum, C 33.    On display in the Museum of the History of the Olympic Games in Antiquity. by diffendale, via Flickr

From Argos. Argos, Archaeological Museum, C On display in the Museum of the History of the Olympic Games in Antiquity.

ancient Minoan art, 1600 B.C. - Akroteri Fresco

Ancient Minoan art, 1600 B. - Akroteri Fresco - Note the beaded jewelry! Not only adorning her, but also the necklace she holds in her hand (Hmm, Minoan frescoes. Well, it's a pleasant thought).

The Greeks used psykters to chill the wine at a symposium or drinking party. Wine diluted with water was poured into the psykter, whose wide bulbous body was then floated inside a larger vessel filled with snow or cold water.

Lekythos of pottery decorated in black figure style on a white ground with a scene representing Achilles delivering up the body of Hector to Priam: Ancient Mediterranean, Ancient Greek, Attic, by the Edinburgh Painter, 5th century BC, c. 500 BC

Lekythos of pottery decorated in black figure style on a white ground with a scene representing Achilles delivering up the body of Hector to Priam: Ancient Mediterranean Greek, Attic, century BC.