old Greek coin - the owl of the Goddess Athena, a coin of ancient Athens

old Greek coin - the owl of the Goddess Athena, a coin of ancient Athens.

Greek, Athens, about 500 – 480 B.C.. Terracotta Storage Jar depicting an unidentified battle scene from the Iliad

Greek, Athens, about 500 – 480 B. Terracotta Storage Jar depicting an unidentified battle scene from the Iliad

The four major tribes into which the Greeks considered themselves to have been divided in the ancient period were Ionians, Dorians, Aeolians and Achaeans (Achaeans was a colloquial name for Mycenaeans).

Detail of Berlin Painter name vase. Three figures in one contour. Hermes, fawn and satyr.

AN ATTIC BLACK-FIGURED LEKYTHOS ATTRIBUTED TO THE ATHENA PAINTER, CIRCA 500-490 B.C.

An Attic black-figured lekythos attributed to the Athena painter, circa BC.

Café in Pyrgos | Google+: plus.google.com/u/0/103702436975865939579 EyeEm: www.eyeem.com/u/move1962 Greetings from Berlin/Germany Micha D. mail: MOVE1962@gmx.net

Café in Pyrgos | Google+: plus.google.com/u/0/103702436975865939579 EyeEm: www.eyeem.com/u/move1962 Greetings from Berlin/Germany Micha D. mail: MOVE1962@gmx.net

Warrior spear CdM Paris DeRidder299. Warrior holding a spear under a rain of arrows; nonsensical inscription. Attic white-ground black-figured lekythos, ca. 475–425 BC.

Warrior spear CdM Paris Warrior holding a spear under a rain of arrows; Attic white-ground black-figured lekythos, ca.

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