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Hellenistic Linear Cut Glass Bowl of Amber Color Date:  2nd Century BC , 1st Century BC Culture:  Greek, Hellenistic Greek. The shapes are closely paralleled in contemporary pottery and metal-ware. Generally these glass bowls appear to have been cast in molds, either by pouring molten glass into the preheated molds, or by melting powdered glass within them. The rounded rims were finished by grinding and polishing after the vessel cooled, and the grooved decorative surface  produced  by…

Hellenistic Greek Linear Cut Glass Bowl, Century BCMold-made or cast bowls, such as this example, first make their appearance in the late Hellenistic period.

Hellenistic Linear-Cut Bowl  Date:  1st Century BC Culture:  Greek, Hellenistic Greek Dimension: H: 5 cm Diameter: 11 cm. Mold-made or cast bowls, such as this example, first make their appearance in the late Hellenistic period. Mostly of simple shape with grooved decoration on the exterior and interior, such bowls range in date from the 1st century B.C to the 1st century A.D.

Hellenistic Linear-Cut Bowl Date: 1st Century BC Culture: Greek, Hellenistic Greek Dimension: H: 5 cm Diameter: 11 cm. Mold-made or cast bowls, such as this example, first make their appearance in the late Hellenistic period. Mostly of simple shape with grooved decoration on the exterior and interior, such bowls range in date from the 1st century B.C to the 1st century A.D.

Terracotta oinochoe (jug)  Attributed to the Stuttgart Group Period: Hellenistic Date: ca. 325–300 B.C. Culture: Greek, South Italian, Apulian Medium: Terracotta; red-figure Dimensions: H. 17 in. (43.2 cm)

Terracotta oinochoe (jug) Attributed to the Stuttgart Group Period: Hellenistic Date: ca. red-figure Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Vases Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1906

Terracotta vase in the form of a mouse Attributed to the Randazzo Group Period: Classical Date: mid-5th century B.C. Culture: Greek, Sicilian Medium: Terracotta; silhouette Dimensions: H. 3 11/16 in. (9.4 cm) length 6 13/16 in. (17.3 cm) Classification: Vases Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1916 Accession Number: 16.174.40

Terracotta vase in the form of a mouse. Attributed to the Randazzo Group.

Hellenistic skyphos, protogeometric terracotta with painted cross and circles from the necropolis at Dion, Greece; 2nd-1st BCE.  Archaeological Museum of Dion, Dion, Greece

Stock Photo : Skyphos with geometric decoration, protogeometric period, early Iron Age, from tumuli necropolis of Dion

Terracotta volute-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water)  Attributed to the Bolsena Group   Period: Hellenistic Date: ca. 330–290 B.C. Culture: Etruscan

Terracotta volute-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water) Attributed to the Bolsena Group Period: Hellenistic Date: ca.

Oil flask (aryballos) in the shape of male genitals with a bull's head in relief.Dated about 520–510 B.C. Dimensions 11.2 cm (4 7/16 in.) Medium Ceramic, Black Figure and black pattern Collections The Ancient World Classifications Vessels Culture Greek Place of Manufacture Athens, Attica, Greece Period Late Archaic Period

Oil flask with a bull's head in relief. Dated about B. the Ancient World Vessels Culture Greek, Athens, Attica, Greece Period Late Archaic Period

Terracotta situla (bucket), early 3rd century BCE. Etruscan. The story of Apollo and the satyr Marsyas is depicted in high relief around the vessel. Under each handle are additional reliefs that imitate treatments of this shape as they appear in metal.

Terracotta situla (bucket) Period: Hellenistic Date: early century B.

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Terracotta Scyphus (Drinking Cup)  First Century AD  Roman  The sides of this very large drinking cup are decorated with various appliqués, including heads, sea monsters, rosettes, and leaves  Source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Terracotta Scyphus (Drinking Cup) First Century AD Roman The sides of this very large drinking cup are decorated with various appliqués, including heads, sea monsters, rosettes, and leaves Source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Roman amphora, Adria, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Transport amphora for wine, Dressel 6A, 101 cm high. Private collection

Roman amphora, Adria, century century A. Transport amphora for wine, Dressel 101 cm high.

Mars was the Roman god of war (equivalent to Ares in Greek Mythology) and also an agricultural guardian, a combination characteristic of early Rome.  He was the most prominent of the military gods worshipped by the Roman legions

Mars was the Roman god of war, equivalent to Ares in Greek Mythology, and also an agricultural guardian, a combination characteristic of early Rome. He was the most prominent of the military gods worshipped by the Roman legions.

Black on White Pottery : Very Nice anasazi Black on White Pottery Pitcher #285

Black on White Pottery : Very Nice anasazi Black on White Pottery Pitcher #285

Black on White Pottery Description: Prehistoric poly chrome black-on-white pitcher. The pitcher measures approximately tall x diameter. Some wear and fading, minor chips, no cracks to speak

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