Παρμενίδης-Ιωάννης Μπουσίου

Παρμενίδης-Ιωάννης Μπουσίου

Παρμενίδης-Ιωάννης Μπουσίου
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Terracotta roundel with mask of Pan | Greek | Hellenistic | The Met

Terracotta roundel with mask of Pan | Greek | Hellenistic | The Met

Figurine of a Lady, 200s BC Greece, Tanagra, 3rd Century BC

Figurine of a Lady, 200s BC Greece, Tanagra, 3rd Century BC

Statuette of a woman [Greek, probably Boeotian] (07.286.2) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Statuette of a woman [Greek, probably Boeotian] (07.286.2) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Woman seated on a rock  Greek, Hellenistic Period, 3rd century B.C.  PLACE OF MANUFACTURE  Tanagra, Boiotia, Greece

Woman seated on a rock Greek, Hellenistic Period, 3rd century B.C. PLACE OF MANUFACTURE Tanagra, Boiotia, Greece

Lekythos: A winged daemon (perhaps Boreas) abducting a young girl, from Tanagra, (400-375 B.C)

Lekythos: A winged daemon (perhaps Boreas) abducting a young girl, from Tanagra, (400-375 B.C)

Aphrodisias - Museum | Muse with mask. From theater. Late 1st c. BCE

Aphrodisias - Museum | Muse with mask. From theater. Late 1st c. BCE

Anonymous (Minoan). 'Snake Goddess,' 1600 BC. black steatite. Walters Art Museum (23.196): Acquired by Henry Walters, 1929. 				  	   				 	...

Anonymous (Minoan). 'Snake Goddess,' 1600 BC. black steatite. Walters Art Museum (23.196): Acquired by Henry Walters, 1929. ...

Ariadne- Greek myth: she was the daughter of King Minos of Crete. She was in love with Theseus and helped him kill the Minotaur, then fled with him when he sailed for home. They stopped on the island of Naxos and Theseus abandoned her while she slept. It was here where Dionysos found her and made her his wife.

Ariadne- Greek myth: she was the daughter of King Minos of Crete. She was in love with Theseus and helped him kill the Minotaur, then fled with him when he sailed for home. They stopped on the island of Naxos and Theseus abandoned her while she slept. It was here where Dionysos found her and made her his wife.

Terracotta figure from Tanagra,4th century BC.

Terracotta figure from Tanagra,4th century BC.