Ancient Agora: Greek Pottery

Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Greece, Greek Pottery, Ceramic Pottery, Roman Art, Ceramic

Black-figure olpe with Ajax and Achilles Gaming ca. 510-500 B.C. or later. Terracotta, black-figure with added red and white. Culture: Greek, Attic. Period: Late Archaic. | Copyright © 2015 The Yale University Art Gallery

Terracotta black-figure olpe with Ajax and Achilles gaming. Late Archaic Period, c.

Greek (active early 6th century BC) Attic Red-figure Hydria: The Ransom of Hector, 510 BC-500 BC Vessel Greek , 6th century BC Archaic period, Late, c.600-480 BC Creation Place: Athens (Attica) Terracotta

Greek (active early century BC) Attic Red-figure Hydria: The Ransom of Hector, 510 BC Vessel Greek , century BC Archaic period, Late, BC Creation Place: Athens (Attica) Terracotta

Dark Age/Geometric 4.19  dark on light - lack of balance  pottery  from Kerameikos cemetery in Athens  11th/10th century BC

Protogeometric art - After the collapse of the Mycenaean-Minoan Palace culture and the ensuing Greek Dark Ages, the Protogeometric style emerged around the mid century BCE as the first expression of a reviving civilization.

Geometric Art in Ancient Greece | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Terracotta neck-amphora Period: Geometric Date: quarter of the century B. Culture: Greek, Attic Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H.

Attic Black-Figure Neck Amphora. Artist/Maker(s): Attributed to Leagros Group (Greek (Attic), active 525 - 500 B.C.). Culture: Greek (Attic). Place(s): Athens, Greece (Place created). Date: about 510 B.C. Medium: Terracotta.

Artist/Maker(s): Attributed to Leagros Group (Greek (Attic), active 525 - 500 B. Place(s): Athens, Greece (Place created). Date: about 510 B.

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