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Classical Antiquity Art | ... (potter) 490 BC, Ancient Greece, Classical Antiquity (700x695, 405Kb

The Memnon pieta, Eos lifts up the body of her son Memnon. Interior from an Attic red-figure cup, ca. From Capua, Italy. Signed by Douris (painter) and Kalliades.

Title: Inside of a black figure Attic kylix with a depiction of a dancing Silenus holding a wine amphora, the work is housed at the Museo Etrusco of the Villa Julia, Date of photography:1985-1995, Credits: Alinari Archives, Florence, Reproduced with the permission of Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali

Title: Inside of a black figure Attic kylix with a depiction of a dancing Silenus holding a wine amphora, the work is housed at the Museo Etrusco of the Villa Julia, Date of photography:1985-1995, Credits: Alinari Archives, Florence, Reproduced with the permission of Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali

Ancient Greek Panoply A panoply is a complete suit of armour. The word represents the ancient Greek πανοπλία (panoplía), where the word πᾶν pân means "all", and ὅπλον hóplon, "arms". Thus panoply refers to the full armour of a hoplite or heavy-armed soldier, i.e. the shield, breastplate, helmet and greaves, together with the sword and lance.

Ancient Greek Panoply A panoply is a complete suit of armour. The word represents the ancient Greek πανοπλία (panoplía), where the word πᾶν pân means "all", and ὅπλον hóplon, "arms". Thus panoply refers to the full armour of a hoplite or heavy-armed soldier, i.e. the shield, breastplate, helmet and greaves, together with the sword and lance.

Gold cup from the Aigina treasure Minoan, about 1850-1550 BC From Aigina, off the south-east coast of Greece, Aegean Sea. The British Museum, London

Gold cup from the Aigina treasure Minoan, about BC From Aigina, off the south-east coast of Greece, Aegean Sea. The British Museum, London