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Apulian Red-Figure Epichysis with an Eros, 4th Century BC, South Italian, Terracotta, e~Tiquities auction house.

Apulian Red-Figure Epichysis with an Eros, Century BC, South Italian, Terracotta, e~Tiquities auction house.

Terracotta stemmed dish  Period: Archaic Date: 6th century B.C. Culture: Etruscan Medium: Terracotta

❤ - Terracotta stemmed dish Period: Archaic Date: century B.

Terracotta beak-spouted jug Period: Geometric Date: ca. 750–690 B.C. Culture: Late Villanovan Medium: Terracotta; impasto Dimensions: H.: 12 1/2 in. (31.8 cm)

heracliteanfire: “ Terracotta beak-spouted jug, ca. ‘This particular type, with split handle and modeled ribs, was especially popular in Bisenzio, during the transition between Villanovan and Early Etruscan culture.

Terracotta oinochoe (jug)  Attributed to the Torcop Group   Period: Hellenistic Date: ca. 300 B.C. Culture: Etruscan

Terracotta oinochoe (jug) Attributed to the Torcop Group Period: Hellenistic Date: ca.

Terracotta chalice,archaic period,ca 550 BC.Etruscan culture,made in terracotta

Goblet-shaped vase with incised lines and pointed bosses on edge of rim.

Caryatid Mirror with Aphrodite  Greek c. 460 BC  A graceful female figure serves as a “caryatid,” or human support, for a mirror. The figure’s pose, demure gestures, and simple drapery characterize the quiet elegance of the Early Classical style. The presence of the winged Eros figures (representing the god of love) above suggests that the maiden is a bride or perhaps Aphrodite herself. The siren at the top of the disk recalls the irresistible allure of these mythical bird-women.

ancientpeoples: “ Caryatid Mirror with Aphrodite Greece, ca. 460 BC (Classical) Bronze “A graceful female figure serves as a “caryatid,” or human support, for a mirror. The figure’s pose, demure.

situla from the Metropolitan Museum, Apulian, by the Lycurgus painter 360-40 BC

Terracotta situla (bucket) Attributed to the Lycurgus Painter Period: Late Classical Date: ca. Culture: Greek, South Italian, Apulian Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H.

AN APULIAN RED-FIGURED PELIKE - CIRCA 4TH CENTURY B.C.

AN APULIAN RED-FIGURED PELIKE - CIRCA 4TH CENTURY B.C.

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Terracotta barrel-shaped oinochoe (jug) Period: Geometric Date: B. Culture: Etruscan, Italo-geometric Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Vases Credit Line: Gift of Schimmel Foundation Inc.

A LARGE ETRUSCAN BUCCHERO KANTHAROS, LATE 7TH/EARLY 6TH CENTURY B.C.

A large Etruscan Bucchero Kantharos, late Century B. With broad strap handles

anthropologyyy:  Fluted nestoris a Greek ritual vessel from Apulia in south Italy Gnathia ware 300 BCE

anthropologyyy: “ Fluted nestoris a Greek ritual vessel from Apulia in south Italy Gnathia ware 300 BCE ”

The Greek manner of drinking wine was to dilute it with water (ratio three parts water and one part wine) in a large vessel called krater.  Apulian red-figured volute-krater, ca. 330–320 BC

The Greek manner of drinking wine was to dilute it with water (ratio three parts water and one part wine) in a large vessel called krater. Apulian red-figured volute-krater, ca.

CAMPANIAN RED-FIGURE ASKOS ATTRIBUTED TO THE GROUP OF BRUSSELS A137  With a lentoid body, the shoulders with a red-figured female head and a female head in added white in profile, palmettes and tendrils in between, a high arching handle, and a spout with a flaring mouth.  Ca. 340-320 BC

CAMPANIAN RED-FIGURE ASKOS ATTRIBUTED TO THE GROUP OF BRUSSELS A137 With a lentoid body, the shoulders with a red-figured female head and a female head in added white in profile, palmettes and tendrils in between, a high arching handle, and a spout with a flaring mouth. Ca. 340-320 BC

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