Marble Akroterion [Greek, Attic] (07.286.107) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Marble Akroterion This monument was made for the graves of Timotheos and Nikon. cm high and cm wide ( 34 x 21 inch. Probably from Attica Greek, Late classical Period, 350 - 325 BC.

Architectural tile fragment [Greek, Lydian; Excavated at Sardis] (26.164.1) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Terracotta architectural tile Period: Archaic Date: century B. Culture: Lydian Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H.

Neck-amphora (jar) [Greek, Attributed to an artist near Exekias] (98.8.13) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Neck-amphora (jar), ca. 530 B. Attic, black-figure Attributed to an artist near Exekias Greek Terracotta

LesliesArt Gallery: Art History Project - Greek pattern

This picture depicts a Key Border and Ionic Order. The key border is a repetitive pattern. You can tell the column is an Ionic Order by the swirls at the top.

Ionic capital, torus (foliated base), and parts of a fluted column shaft [Greek, Lydian] (26.59.1) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Marble Column from the Temple of Artemis at Sardis 300 BC, Greek. The section of a fluted Ionic column in the center of this room stood over fifty-eight feet high in its original location at the Temple of Artemis. (Source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Stock Photo #463-7353, History of Medicine Greek Art

History of Medicine Greek Art Stock Photo

Greek Vases: Discoid Lid (Image) | University of Melbourne eshowcase

Greek Vases: Discoid Lid (Image) | University of Melbourne eshowcase

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