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Achilles & Patroclus

Achilles & Patroclus

Lekythos, painted by Douris, Cleveland Museum of Art  In the mythological War of the Gods and Giants (Gigantomachy), Athena slays the giant Enkelados with her spear. He reels backward, his eyes rolling skyward. The giant's broken spear is a beautiful compositional bridge between the two figures.

Lekythos, painted by Douris, Cleveland Museum of Art In the mythological War of the Gods and Giants (Gigantomachy), Athena slays the giant Enkelados with her spear. He reels backward, his eyes rolling skyward. The giant's broken spear is a beautiful compositional bridge between the two figures.

Attic red-figure cup depicting a young helmet-maker, from Orvieto, c.480 BC (ceramic), Antiphon painter (fl. 5th century BC) / Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford, UK / The Bridgeman Art Library

Attic red-figure cup depicting a young helmet-maker, from Orvieto, c.480 BC (ceramic), Antiphon painter (fl. 5th century BC) / Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford, UK / The Bridgeman Art Library

Attributed to The Bird Painter, Attic White-ground Lekythos: Visit to the Grave, c. 430 BC | Harvard Art Museums/ Sackler Museum

Attributed to The Bird Painter, Attic White-ground Lekythos: Visit to the Grave, c. 430 BC | Harvard Art Museums/ Sackler Museum

Ancient Greek pottery decoration (herakle ubija nemejskog lava? )

Ancient Greek pottery decoration (herakle ubija nemejskog lava? )

Lesson 2: “Drinking cup (kylix) depicting Herakles wrestling the Nemean lion” (530-510 B.C.) by unknown artist

Lesson 2: “Drinking cup (kylix) depicting Herakles wrestling the Nemean lion” (530-510 B.C.) by unknown artist

White-ground cup, attributed to the Pistoxenos Painter Greek, around 460 BC Made in Athens, Greece; found at Kamiros, Rhodes, Aegean Sea Aphrodite riding on a goose

White-ground cup, attributed to the Pistoxenos Painter Greek, around 460 BC Made in Athens, Greece; found at Kamiros, Rhodes, Aegean Sea Aphrodite riding on a goose

Drinking cup (kylix) | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Drinking cup (kylix) | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Kylix signed by Phintias as Painter - The inscription ( ΦΙΝ[ΤΙ]ΑΣ ΕΓΡΑΦΣΕΝ ) reveals that this cup was decorated by Phintias, an avant-garde vase painter of the late Archaic Period.

Kylix signed by Phintias as Painter - The inscription ( ΦΙΝ[ΤΙ]ΑΣ ΕΓΡΑΦΣΕΝ ) reveals that this cup was decorated by Phintias, an avant-garde vase painter of the late Archaic Period.

Apollo offering libation.  Interior of a white kylix found at Delphi.  Workshop of Sotades, ca. 470-450 B.C.  The Archaeological Museum, Delphi, Greece.

Apollo offering libation. Interior of a white kylix found at Delphi. Workshop of Sotades, ca. 470-450 B.C. The Archaeological Museum, Delphi, Greece.