Neck–amphora (jar), ca. Attic, black–figure Attributed to the Diosphos Painter Greek Terracotta Fletcher Fund, 1956 Obverse: Thanatos (Death) and Hypnos (Sleep) with the body of Sarpedon Reverse: Eos (Dawn) with the body of her son, Memnon
Protogeometric art - After the collapse of the Mycenaean-Minoan Palace culture and the ensuing Greek Dark Ages, the Protogeometric style emerged around the mid century BCE as the first expression of a reviving civilization.
Greek Pottery :: Minoan Pottery :: Cretan ritual Rhyton - This rhyton features a flower motive. Ritual rhyta were used during religious processions and libations. About 1460 B. Archaeological Museum of Heraklion, Greece
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