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Miniature krater with ram's head handles. Greek, about 670-650 BC. |  © Trustees of the British Museum

Miniature krater with ram's head handles Greek, about BC Made in the Greek East, probably Rhodes; from Kamiros, Rhodes, Aegean Sea The 'Wild Goat' style

Red Polished Ware Bowl    2300-2100 BC    Early Cypriot I    (Source: The British Museum)

Ancient pottery, not studio; Red Polished Ware Bowl BC Early Cypriot I. The British Museum

Coupe attique à fig noires, groupe des komastes, 575 – 565 av. JC, Louvre

Coupe attique à fig noires, groupe des komastes, 575 – 565 av. JC, Louvre

Attributed to the Naples Painter. Terracotta lebes gamikos (round-bottomed bowl with handles and stand used in weddings), ca. 420 B.C. Greek, Attic. Classical Period. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1906 (06.1021.298) | The scene shows preparations for a wedding. The seated bride, who holds a mirror, is flanked by attendants holding a dinos (deep bowl), probably of bronze, and a casket. The youth at the right might be the groom.

Terracotta lebes gamikos (round-bottomed bowl with handles and stand used in weddings) Attributed to the Naples Painter Period: Classical Date: ca. 420 B.

Terracotta loutrophoros (ceremonial vase for water)  Attributed to the Metope Painter   Period: Late Classical Date: 3rd quarter of the 4th century B.C. Culture: Greek, South Italian, Apulian Medium: Terracotta

*GREECE ~ Terracotta loutrophoros (ceremonial vase for water) Attributed to the Metope Painter Period: Late Classical Date: quarter of the century B.

Loutrophoros (ceremonial vase for water), ca. 340–330 B.C.; red-figure  Attributed to the Darius Painter (Greek, active ca. 340–330 B.C.)  Greek, South Italian, Apulian  Terracotta

*GREECE ~ Loutrophoros (ceremonial vase for water), ca. red-figure Attributed to the Darius Painter (Greek, active ca.

Museo de El Cairo. Vaso de plata y oro, hallado en Tell Basta

Silver Vase with Gold Goat Handle. Tell Basta (bubastis) Reign of Ramsses II Dynasty: XIX . Belonged_to: cup bearer of Atumentyneb.

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