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Amphora
Panathenaic amphora
Oinochoe
Pelike
Hydria
Krater
Kylix
Rhyton
Lekanis
Kantharos
Lekythos
Skyphos
Stamnos
Dinos
Kyathos
Aryballos
Askos
Chous
Psykter
Pyxis
Fish-plate
Pinax oscillum plate
Mastos
Alabastron
Mycenaean
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Amphora

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Panathenaic amphora

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Oinochoe

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Pelike

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Hydria

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Krater

Pair of terracotta volute-kraters (vases for mixing wine and water) with stands, Terracotta, Greek, South Italian, Apulian Greek Pottery, Pottery Art, Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Greek Artifacts, Water Artists, Classical Period, Roman Art, Bronze

Pair of terracotta volute-kraters (vases for mixing wine and water) with stands | Greek, South Italian, Apulian | Late Classical | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Metropolitan Museum of Art. 1995. "One Hundred Twenty-fifth Annual Report of the Trustees for the Fiscal Year July 1, 1994 through June 30, 1995." Annual Report of the Trustees of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 125: p

Terracotta krater with lid surmounted by a small hydria - Attributed to the Cesnola Painter Period: Geometric Date: ca. Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Greece, Archaic Greece, Bronze Age Civilization, Roman Art, Minoan, Pottery Sculpture, Ancient Artifacts, Metropolitan Museum

Attributed to the Cesnola Painter | Terracotta krater with lid surmounted by a small hydria | Greek, Euboean | Geometric | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Attributed to the Cesnola Painter | Terracotta krater with lid surmounted by a small hydria | Greek, Euboean | Geometric | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Kylix

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Rhyton

'Last Supper in Pompeii' at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford - The Archaeology News Network Small Fountains, Archaeology News, Animal Bones, Last Supper, Satyr, Pompeii, Ancient Romans, Wine Recipes, Oxford

'Last Supper in Pompeii' at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

When the ash from Mount Vesuvius began raining down on Pompeii in AD 79, people in and around the town were engaged in typical Italian activities – eating, drinking and producing food. Located in the sunny paradise of southern Italy, Pompeii was sandwiched between lush vineyards and fertile orchards to one side and the bountiful waters of the Bay of Naples on the other. The town produced more wine, olive oil and fish-sauce than it could consume, and exported its gourmet products across…

Lekanis

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Kantharos

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Lekythos

Archaic black-figured lekythos BC), the Dioscuri galloping to a feast - British Museum Greek Pottery, Black Figure, Black Horses, Museum Shop, Greek Art, Detailed Image, British Museum, Greece, Gallery

Image gallery: lekythos

Full: Front Pottery: black-figured lekythos. Design partly painted, partly outlined in black, with accessories of bright red, and incised lines on the black, on a cream-coloured ground (red on the shoulder). Above the design, maeander. The Dioscuri coming to the feast of the Theoxenia: A couch with three coverlets and a cushion at either end, all painted over in red; a rhipis (fan) lies on the cushion on the right; the legs are inlaid with palmettes, and have Ionic caps above; along the side…

Squat Lekythos attributed to Meidias Painter (Greek) Date: c. Cleveland Art, Cleveland Museum Of Art, Pottery Supplies, Greek Pottery, Ancient Art, Ancient Greek, Roman Art, Greek Art, Art And Architecture

Red-Figure Squat Lekythos (Oil Vessel): Birth of Erichthonios

"Here there is beauty: The gleam of gold, loves and ladies with soft limbs, in soft raiment, and all that is shining, easeful and luxurious: perfume, honey and roses." So J.D. Beazley, the renowned

Skyphos

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David M. Robinson Memorial Collection of Greek and Roman Antiquities

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Stamnos

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Dinos

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Kyathos

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Aryballos

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Askos

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Chous

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Psykter

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Pyxis

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Fish-plate

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Pinax oscillum plate

My Ancient World. - centuriespast: Attributed to Lydos Greek,...

My Ancient World. - centuriespast: Attributed to Lydos Greek,...

Mastos

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Alabastron

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Mycenaean

Pottery of the Crito-Mycenaean civilization. | Kerkinitida Evpatoria history from ancient times, to the present day Rest and treatment in Evpatoria Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, Greek Pottery, Pottery Art, Ancient Greece Clothing, Minoan Art, Mycenaean, Ancient Artifacts

Керамика Крито-Микенской цивилизации. | Керкинитида Евпатория история с древних времен, до наших дней Отдых и лечение в Евпатории

Керамика Крито-Микенской цивилизации.

(Minoan Octopus Jug Style octopus flask, Minoans on Crete, Middle Bronze Age - 1600 BC) - second palace period (after rebuild), British Museum. Creta, Historical Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Minoan Art, Greek Pottery, Pottery Art, Mycenaean, Greek Art, Prehistory

Керамика Крито-Микенской цивилизации. | Керкинитида Евпатория история с древних времен, до наших дней Отдых и лечение в Евпатории

Керамика Крито-Микенской цивилизации.

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My Ancient World. - centuriespast: Attributed to Lydos Greek,...

My Ancient World. - centuriespast: Attributed to Lydos Greek,...

Greek muse Calliope on Mount Helicon . A bird is at her feet . The Mousai or Muses were the goddesses of song - and earlier poetry , literature. Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Ancient Music, Classical Antiquity, Classical Art, Mythological Characters, Daughter Of Zeus, Greek Pottery

Greek muse Calliope on Mount Helicon . A bird is at her feet . The Mousai or Muses were the goddesses of song - and earlier poetry , literature..

kantharos (probably) | British Museum

kantharos (probably) | British Museum

Kylix fragment, Attributed to Oltos, Terracotta, Greek, Attic

Attributed to Oltos | Kylix fragment | Greek, Attic | Archaic | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Kylix fragment, Attributed to Oltos, Terracotta, Greek, Attic

Red-Figure Satyr

Red-Figure Satyr

'Last Supper in Pompeii' at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford - The Archaeology News Network Small Fountains, Archaeology News, Animal Bones, Last Supper, Satyr, Pompeii, Ancient Romans, Wine Recipes, Oxford

'Last Supper in Pompeii' at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

When the ash from Mount Vesuvius began raining down on Pompeii in AD 79, people in and around the town were engaged in typical Italian activities – eating, drinking and producing food. Located in the sunny paradise of southern Italy, Pompeii was sandwiched between lush vineyards and fertile orchards to one side and the bountiful waters of the Bay of Naples on the other. The town produced more wine, olive oil and fish-sauce than it could consume, and exported its gourmet products across…

Pottery of the Crito-Mycenaean civilization. | Kerkinitida Evpatoria history from ancient times, to the present day Rest and treatment in Evpatoria Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, Greek Pottery, Pottery Art, Ancient Greece Clothing, Minoan Art, Mycenaean, Ancient Artifacts

Керамика Крито-Микенской цивилизации. | Керкинитида Евпатория история с древних времен, до наших дней Отдых и лечение в Евпатории

Керамика Крито-Микенской цивилизации.

(Minoan Octopus Jug Style octopus flask, Minoans on Crete, Middle Bronze Age - 1600 BC) - second palace period (after rebuild), British Museum. Creta, Historical Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Minoan Art, Greek Pottery, Pottery Art, Mycenaean, Greek Art, Prehistory

Керамика Крито-Микенской цивилизации. | Керкинитида Евпатория история с древних времен, до наших дней Отдых и лечение в Евпатории

Керамика Крито-Микенской цивилизации.

Ostracon | Pieces of pottery (ostraca) inscribed with the na… | Flickr

Ostracon | Pieces of pottery (ostraca) inscribed with the na… | Flickr

Ostrakon for Themistocles

Ostrakon for Themistocles

Ostrakon for Pericles

Ostracism

Ostracism was a political process used in 5th-century BCE Athens whereby those individuals considered too powerful or dangerous to the city were exiled for 10 years by popular vote. Some of the greatest...

Ostrakon for Aristides (by Giovanni Dall'Orto, CC BY)

Ostrakon for Aristides (by Giovanni Dall'Orto, CC BY)

GRECE – Vases Grecs – Arrête ton char Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Greece, Greek Pottery, Pottery Art, Sea Peoples, Art Ancien, Historical Art, Vases, Old Art

GRECE – Vases Grecs - Arrête ton char

GRECE – Vases Grecs – Arrête ton char