An Apulian Plastic Lekythos in the Form of a Woman's Head
Terracotta, Late Classical, ca. 400-375 B.C.E. Head of a woman. In the absence of plentiful sculptural-quality stone, artists of Southern Italy used clay to great artistic effect. The head is impressive for its size, the sensitive rendering of the face, the texture of the hair, and the careful articulation of the earrings. (21.88.65) Text from Metropolitan Museum card.
AC: Origins - The City of Cyrene
I am presenting to you my work from the City of Cyrene. My work was to do Level Art all across the city, as well part of level design on a few places. The city was a rich Greek temple city with a population being mostly the elite. It was founded by people