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Heracles and Antaeus, red-figured krater by Euphronios, BC, Louvre —-Ανταιος - Antaios - Antaeus (set-against, hostile)

Immagine correlata

Immagine correlata

Immagine correlata

Immagine correlata

Pottery of ancient Greece - Wikipedia

Satyr kantharos Met - Pottery of ancient Greece - Wikipedia

How hard was it to play kottabos (the ancient Greek drinking game)? An art historian enlisted her students to find out. The results were messy. Photo of a drinking cup showing a man playing kottabos.

How to Recreate a Sloppy Ancient Greek Drinking Game

Risultati immagini per museo civico archeologico ceramica

Risultati immagini per museo civico archeologico ceramica

Wikipedia.org/*** Phrygian Cap

Bust of Attis wearing a Phrygian cap (Parian marble, century AD).The Phrygian cap is a soft conical cap with the top pulled forward, associated in antiquity with several peoples in Eastern Europe and Anatolia, including Phrygia, Dacia and the Balkans.

La civilización minoica

La civilización minoica

Pottery: Panathenaic amphora; Athena between two Doric columns topped by figures of Triptolemus in chariot; inscription TONATHENETHENATHLON to left of Athena, KITTOS EPOISEN to right. Classical Greek (late) 365BC-360BC (circa). © The Trustees of the British Museum

Panathenaic prize amphora, signed by the potter Kittos. Greek, made in Athens about BC Found at Teucheira, Cyrenaica (modern Libya) A prize for a victor at the Athenian games

Krater showing scene of potter at work under gaze of Athena, red-figure pottery from Sicily, Italy, Ancient Greek civilization, Magna Graecia, 5th Century BC

Red-figures krater depicting a scene of potter at work under the gaze of Athena, Caltagirone, Museo Regionale Della Ceramica, Sicily.

Amphora protogeometric BM A1123 - Pottery of ancient Greece - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Amphora protogeometric BM - Pottery of ancient Greece - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tampa 82.11.1, Attic black figure neck amphora, c. 510-500 B.C. Hercules battles the Amazons. The Amazon has fallen to one knee, supported by the shield on her left arm. A wrapped object at her waist may represent the prized belt. Collection of the J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, California

Hercules' Ninth Labor: Hippolyte's Belt John Paul Getty Museum, CA

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