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Antinous as Dionysos or Silvanus harvesting grapes. Marble relief, signed by Antoninianus of Aphrodisias, CE. Discovered in Torre del Padiglione, between Anzio and Lanuvio in Now in National Museum of Rome (Palazzo Massimo Alle Terme). Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, Rome Antique, Art Antique, Roman Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Roman History, Art History

Old Paint

I get the feeling Antinous must have had the most boring life ever, always posing for some new sculpture of himself. He probably drowned himself on purpose.

Amphora, red-figured terracotta depicting sea animals (dolphins, hyppocampi) from Caniao, century, BCE - Greek Hermitage Museum Greek History, Ancient History, Art History, Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Greece, Art Ancien, Greek Pottery, Vase Design, Greek Culture

Sea animals (dolphins, hyppocampi). Amphora, red-figured Terracotta (6th-1st BCE), from Caniao. Greek Hermitage Museum

“ANCIENT GREEK POTTERY: ” THE pottery of ancient Greece from c. 1000 to c. 400 BCE provides not only some of the most distinctive vase shapes from antiquity but also some of the oldest and most. Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Greece, Ancient Egypt, Greek History, Ancient History, European History, Ancient Aliens, American History, Greek Paintings

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A blog about everything in the Ancient World, run by history students and graduates from different fields.

Lid of a lebes gamikos in pottery with red-figure decoration with rays, wave pattern Ancient Troy, Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Romans, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, Classical Greece, Greek Pottery, Ancient Buildings, Minoan

Lid of a lebes gamikos in pottery with red-figure decoration with rays, wave pattern, and a miniature lebes gamikos with female heads: Ancient Mediterranean, South Italian, Apulian, 4th century BC, c. 350 - 325 BC © National Museums Scotland

MINOAN PAPIRUS Flower Vase: Hand-painted polychrome (Greek) _____________________________ Reposted by Dr. Veronica Lee, DNP (Depew/Buffalo, NY, US) Pottery Painting, Pottery Art, Minoan Art, Bronze Age Civilization, Mediterranean Art, Greek Pattern, Ancient Greek Art, Greek Culture, Creta

Greek vases, vases, amphora, Greek amphora, minoan vases, minoan period vases, papyrus vase, papyrus minoan vase.

Ancient Treasures manufactures and imports and extensive collection of sculptural museum reproductions of the ancient cultures including Egyptian, Greek, Pre-columbian, Oriental, Celtic, Ancient Goddesses, Christian art and crosses, Archangels, Bizantine Icons, Buddhist statues and bronzes.

 A Heron on a white-ground alabastron signed in the upper part by Pasiades: Attic pottery, Athens Greece Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient Aliens, Ancient Greece, Greek History, European History, American History, Greece Mythology, Classical Greece, Greek Pottery

Pasiades’ workshop

A heron. White-ground alabastron (oil or perfume flask) signed in the upper part by Pasiades: ---- Δ Ε Σ : Ε Π ---. He was a Greek potters and vase painter, active in the last quarter of the 6th Century BC in Athens. Attic pottery, last quarter of the 6th cen. BC London, The British Museum

White-Ground lekythos, Warrior departing By the Achilles Painter Greek (Classical) c. 440 BCE Terms to know: ‘white-ground technique’ Classical Period, Classical Antiquity, Mycenaean, Minoan, Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Greece, Hellenistic Art, Greek Paintings, Greek Mythology Art

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White lekythos. Departure of a warrior. From Eretria. By the Achilles Painter. About 450 B.C. Height: 0.43 m - National Archaeological Museum

 "On right hangs from the upper border a saccos." British Museum no. Note sakkos' pattern of dots and patterned border, narrow tip, and cord at edge for securing the cap. Wool basket on floor. Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, Mycenaean, Minoan, Greek Pottery, Pottery Art, Greek Fish, 7 Arts

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Proto-Corinthian olpe with registers of lions, bulls, ibex and sphinxes, ca. Pottery of ancient Greece. At the Louvre Museum Paris - Wikipedia Ancient Greece Display, Ancient Greece Ks2, Ancient Greece Crafts, Ancient Greece Clothing, Ancient Greece Fashion, Greece Painting, Greece Drawing, Objets Antiques, Greece Art

Pottery of ancient Greece

As the result of its relative durability, pottery is a large part of the archaeological record of Ancient Greece, and because there is so much of it (some 100,000 vases are recorded in the Corpus vasorum antiquorum) it has exerted a disproportionately large influence on our understanding of...

FOR MELANDROS BY BEAUTIFUL DIPHILOS Beautiful Diphilos will dedicate to the dead Melandros this lekythos with the representation of two women preparing his visit to the cemetery. By the Achilles Painter. Attic white-ground lekythos from Eretria, 460-450 BC. Detail. Athens, National Archaeological Museum, Vase Collection Classical Greece, Classical Period, Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Greece, Greek Artifacts, Greek Paintings, Pottery Patterns, Greek Pottery, Black Figure

FOR MELANDROS BY BEAUTIFUL DIPHILOS Beautiful Diphilos will dedicate to the dead Melandros this lekythos with the representation of two women preparing his visit to the cemetery. By the Achilles Painter. Attic white-ground lekythos from Eretria, 460-450 BC. Detail. Athens, National Archaeological Museum, Vase Collection

Terracotta loutrophoros (ceremonial vase for water) Attributed to the Metope Painter Period: Late Classical Date: quarter of the century B. Culture: Greek, South Italian, Apulian placed on pedestal Ancient Greek Art, Egyptian Art, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, Art History, Greek Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Greek Pottery, Art Antique

Funerary Vases in Southern Italy and Sicily | Essay | The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History

Liquid libations offered to the dead were poured through the containers into the soil containing the deceased’s remains.

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