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Geometric Art in Ancient Greece

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

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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

Idria ceretana, 530 a.C. Il rapimento di Europa Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Roma

*ITALY ~Etruscan pottery with black figures Idria ceretana, 530 BC The abduction of Europe National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia, Rome

TDO 2 - Amphore à figures rouges "du Peintre de Suessula" ~-410/-400 Classique - Fig rouges - Sévère Terre cuite peinte H: 70cm  D: 32cm Auteur: Peintre de Suessula Provenance: Mélos (Milo) ?  Prod: Athènes Conservation: MdL, Campana IV, Salle 44, Vitrine 21 (MNB 810).  Scène figurée: GIgantomachie.

TDO 2 - Amphore à figures rouges "du Peintre de Suessula" ~-410/-400 Classique - Fig rouges - Sévère Terre cuite peinte H: 70cm D: 32cm Auteur: Peintre de Suessula Provenance: Mélos (Milo) ? Prod: Athènes Conservation: MdL, Campana IV, Salle 44, Vitrine 21 (MNB 810). Scène figurée: GIgantomachie.

Pyxides (plural of pyxis) were small round lidded boxes used to store trinkets, cosmetics, and ointments. This pyxis is decorated with lions, a goat, a bull and a swan. It is Middle Corinthian, ca. 600 - 575 BC.

Ancient Greek Pottery

Ancient Greek pottery pyxis, or cosmetic box, with lions, a goat, a bull and a swan.

Art Ceramica VI Hidra Odiseo cegando a Polifemo M Villa Giulia Roma

Art Ceramica VI Hidra Odiseo cegando a Polifemo M Villa Giulia Roma

Ancient Agora: Greek Pottery

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

Krater Greece, 6th century BC The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Volute–krater (vase for mixing wine and water), early century B. Attributed to Sophilos Greek, Attic Terracotta; cm) Attributed to Sophilos: Volute-krater (vase for mixing wine and water)

Hydria da Cerveteri, Necropoli della Banditaccia L'accecamento di Polifemo 525 a.C. Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Roma.

Hydria da Cerveteri, Necropoli della Banditaccia L'accecamento di Polifemo 525 a.C. Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Roma.

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