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
Terracotta lebes gamikos (round-bottomed bowl with handles and stand used in weddings)
Lebes gamikos (wedding vase), ca. Classical Attributed to the Washing Painter Greek, Attic Terracotta --- dagelijks leven
Terracotta alabastron (perfume vase) Period: Classical Date: ca. Culture: Greek, Attic A popular make-up trend was to wear perfume.
Apollo: Magna Grecia.. Απόλλων: Μεγάλη Ελλάδα.. Apollo: Great Greece.. amm. [F.R.]
Terracotta amphora (jar)
Terracotta amphora (jar) Amphora, ca. 490 B. red–figure Attributed to the Berlin Painter Greek, Attic Terracotta;
Gold Amphora from Pella,Greece.
Pendant in the form of a bottle (unguentarium), B. A pendant in the form of a bottle with cylindrical neck and egg-shaped body. The shape recalls perfume bottles ("unguentaria"). Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Attributed to the Athena Painter.
The premier of the state of Victoria in Australia has thrown his weight behind Greek calls for the return to Greece of the Parthenon Marbles from the British Museum in London.
The Art of Classical Greece (ca. 480–323 B.C.)
Terracotta volute-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water) Attributed to the Painter of Woolly Satyrs Period: Classical Date: ca. 450 B. Culture: Greek, Attic Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H.
Marble grave stele with a family group
Marble grave stele with a family group Period: Late Classical Date: ca. 360 B. Culture: Greek, Attic Medium: Marble, Pentelic Dimensions: H. 67 in. cm) Classification: Stone Sculpture Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1911 Accession Number:
Family domestic scene, father, mother, child and nurse;
Art piece: The Electrum coin Culture: Greek Production location: Europe Lesbo Greek Made of: electrum Department: Coins/Metal Location: British Museum
Reverse ~ An Important Attic Red-figure Pelike Attributed to Hermonax: Theseus Slaying the Minotaur An Important Attic Red-figure Pelike Attributed to Hermonax Terracotta, Early Classical, ca. 470 B.