Παρμενίδης-Ιωάννης Μπουσίου

Παρμενίδης-Ιωάννης Μπουσίου

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Aphrodite with Eros (terracotta). Greek / Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., USA / William A. Clark Collection / The Bridgeman Art Library

Aphrodite with Eros (terracotta). Greek / Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D., USA / William A. Clark Collection / The Bridgeman Art Library

Roman Empire, ca. 1st to 3rd century CE. A miniature bronze cast applique depicting the head of Pan, the beloved half man half goat horned god known for his hunting skills. The details of Pan's expressive visage - those staring eyes, pointed ears, curly coiffure, mustache, and beard - are intricately delineated.

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Fresco in the Fourth Pompeian Style with portraits set in medallions with blue background, from the exedra of the House of the Mosaic Atrium, 50-79 AD, Empire of colour. From Pompeii to Southern Gaul, Musée Saint-Raymond Toulouse | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Fresco in the Fourth Pompeian Style with portraits set in medallions with blue background, from the exedra of the House of the Mosaic Atrium, AD, Empire of colour. From Pompeii to Southern Gaul, Musée Saint-Raymond Toulouse

Silenus Bust for a Couch | Cleveland Museum of Art. Italy, Roman, 1st to early 2nd Century. bronze, Diameter - w:7.80 cm (w:3 1/16 inches) Overall - h:11.00 cm (h:4 5/16 inches). Andrew R. and Martha Holden Jennings Fund 1974.88

Silenus Bust for a Couch, Italy, Roman, to early Century bronze, Diameter: w. and Martha Holden Jennings Fund

Bronze attachment of a situla in the form of a satyr´s head with full beard and floppy ears. Greek, 4th / 3rd century B.C. Dark green patina, good style, intact. -Gorny & Mosch GmbH-

Bronze attachment of a situla in the form of a satyr´s head with full beard and floppy ears.

Terracotta antefix depicting satyr, from Gela, Sicily, Italy

Terracotta antefix depicting satyr, from Gela, Sicily, Italy

satyr mask in Herculaneum    Terracotta theatrical mask in the House of the Neptune Mosaic in the ruined ancient Roman city of Herculaneum near modern day Naples, Italy.    It depicts Silenus: an old, often drunken follower of Dionysus, who is often accompanied by satyrs.

Satyr Mask in Herculaneum - Terracotta theatrical mask in the House of the Neptun, found ancient Roman city of Herculaneum

Right half of terracotta votive mask: warrior.

ancientpeoples: “ Votive mask 600 BC Archaic Greek (Source: The British Museum) ”

Etruscan Antefix with head a Silenus,4th century,from Cerveteri.  Walters Art Museum

An antefix is the decorative end of a roof tile. Silenus is a mythological creature that is half man, half beast and tutor and companion of Dionysus, god of wine. Photographed at the Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, Maryland.

Ancient mask at the Antalya museum | by Alaskan Dude

I took this photo at the Antalya Archaeological Museum in Izmir, Turkey in October Most of the stuff in this museum is Greek and Roman and is well over years old - not a bad museum at all.

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Medieval Jewelry, The Romans, British Museum, Oil Lamps, Byzantine, Ancient History, Jewelry Art, Archaeology, Online Collections, Lucerne

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Medieval Jewelry, The Romans, British Museum, Oil Lamps, Byzantine, Ancient History, Jewelry Art, Archaeology, Online Collections, Lucerne