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Name: Replica of Euthydikos Kore Date: 490 BC Origin/Culture: Greek   Location:National Archaeological Museum of Athens Description:  'The Pouting One' - displayed in private office

Name: Replica of Euthydikos Kore Date: 490 BC Origin/Culture: Greek Location:National Archaeological Museum of Athens Description: 'The Pouting One' - displayed in private office

Skythos Vasepainter (5th BCE)  Running hoplite (heavily armed Greek infantryman), with shield, spear and helmet. Interior of a red-figured cup from Tanagra. 520-510 BCE Inv. CA 1527   Louvre, Departement des Antiquites Grecques/Romaines, Paris, France

Skythos Vasepainter (5th BCE) Running hoplite (heavily armed Greek infantryman), with shield, spear and helmet. Interior of a red-figured cup from Tanagra. 520-510 BCE Inv. CA 1527 Louvre, Departement des Antiquites Grecques/Romaines, Paris, France

Full view of the amphora with wolves and Odysseus putting out the cyclops Polyphemus'' eye in the top panel. Look at those handles, which carry on the snake handles that begin with Cretan offering stands (snake tubes) and continue into the Archaic Greek period.

Full view of the amphora with wolves and Odysseus putting out the cyclops Polyphemus'' eye in the top panel. Look at those handles, which carry on the snake handles that begin with Cretan offering stands (snake tubes) and continue into the Archaic Greek period.

Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki:  Bronze medallion with Athena, possibly from a workshop of Delos. Decorative accessory from a formal chariot for parades and public appearances. The goddess is depicted as a Promachos, bearing her aegis and a helm with Medusa, ready to throw her javelin. (2nd century B.C)

Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki: Bronze medallion with Athena, possibly from a workshop of Delos. Decorative accessory from a formal chariot for parades and public appearances. The goddess is depicted as a Promachos, bearing her aegis and a helm with Medusa, ready to throw her javelin. (2nd century B.C)

Heracles and the Nemean Lion. Side A from an Attic or Boeotian black-figure strainer-vase (sponge-holder), ca. 530–520 BC.

Heracles and the Nemean Lion. Side A from an Attic or Boeotian black-figure strainer-vase (sponge-holder), ca. 530–520 BC.

Greek art. Archaic era. Greece. Funerary stele. 530 BC. Marble. Probably comes from Athens. Young athlete with a grenade in his hand and an aryballos hung from his wrist. Beside him, a little girl. Possibly belonged to an important aristocratic family. Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York. United States.

Greek art. Archaic era. Greece. Funerary stele. 530 BC. Marble. Probably comes from Athens. Young athlete with a grenade in his hand and an aryballos hung from his wrist. Beside him, a little girl. Possibly belonged to an important aristocratic family. Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York. United States.

Terracotta oinochoe (jug) - Period: Classical Date: mid-4th century B.C. Culture: Greek, Attic Medium: Terracotta; red-figure Dimensions: H. 9 1/4 in. (23.5 cm); diameter 6 13/16 in. (17.3 cm) Classification: Vases Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1925 Accession Number: 25.190

Terracotta oinochoe (jug) - Period: Classical Date: mid-4th century B.C. Culture: Greek, Attic Medium: Terracotta; red-figure Dimensions: H. 9 1/4 in. (23.5 cm); diameter 6 13/16 in. (17.3 cm) Classification: Vases Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1925 Accession Number: 25.190

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