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Loutrophoros,  South Italian red figure ware, Apulia, South Italy, 330  BCE

Loutrophoros, South Italian red figure ware, Apulia, South Italy, 330 BCE

Apulian Red-Figure Loutrophoros; Attributed to Painter of Louvre MNB 1148 (Greek (Apulian), active 350 - 330 B.C.); Apulia, South Italy; about 330 B.C.; Terracotta.

Apulian Red-Figure Loutrophoros; Attributed to Painter of Louvre MNB 1148 (Greek (Apulian), active 350 - 330 B.C.); Apulia, South Italy; about 330 B.C.; Terracotta.

Ritual Water Jar (loutrophoros) with Perseus Battling the Sea Monster Greek made in Apulia South Italy 340-330 BCE Terracotta (3) by mharrsch, via Flickr

Ritual Water Jar (loutrophoros) with Perseus Battling the Sea Monster Greek made in Apulia South Italy 340-330 BCE Terracotta (3) by mharrsch, via Flickr

Ritual Water Jar (loutrophoros) with Perseus Battling the Sea Monster Greek made in Apulia South Italy 340-330 BCE Terracotta. Getty Villa. Picture taken by Mary Harrsch.

Ritual Water Jar (loutrophoros) with Perseus Battling the Sea Monster Greek made in Apulia South Italy 340-330 BCE Terracotta. Getty Villa. Picture taken by Mary Harrsch.

Red figure loutrophoros (ceramic), attributed to the Darius Painter. South Italian, Apulian, ca. 335-325 B.C. One of four objects to be transferred in title to the Italian government but to remain on loan to the Princeton University Art Museum.

Red figure loutrophoros (ceramic), attributed to the Darius Painter. South Italian, Apulian, ca. 335-325 B.C. One of four objects to be transferred in title to the Italian government but to remain on loan to the Princeton University Art Museum.

An Apulian Red-figure Loutrophoros Attributed to the Painter of Louvre: Leda and the Swan. With elaborate scenes on both sides, this loutrophoros or ritual vase is characteristic of the work of vase painters in southern Italy around 330 B.C.E.

An Apulian Red-figure Loutrophoros Attributed to the Painter of Louvre: Leda and the Swan. With elaborate scenes on both sides, this loutrophoros or ritual vase is characteristic of the work of vase painters in southern Italy around 330 B.C.E.

Painter of Louvre MNB 1148 (fl. c. 350 - 330 BCE), J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu 86.AE.680 (c. 350-330 BCE). Red Figure loutrophoros (ritual vase). Side A: detail of Hypnos.

Painter of Louvre MNB 1148 (fl. c. 350 - 330 BCE), J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu 86.AE.680 (c. 350-330 BCE). Red Figure loutrophoros (ritual vase). Side A: detail of Hypnos.

Etruscan elongated bronze figures from Volterra, 2nd-3rd century BCE at the Museum of VIlla Guilia, Rome. Two are soothsayers, recognizable by their gowns and pointed hats.

Etruscan elongated bronze figures from Volterra, 2nd-3rd century BCE at the Museum of VIlla Guilia, Rome. Two are soothsayers, recognizable by their gowns and pointed hats.

Italian Vintage Photographs ~ Rome,1968 #Italy #Italian #vintage #photographs #history #culture

Italian Vintage Photographs ~ Rome,1968 #Italy #Italian #vintage #photographs #history #culture

Antefix (roof ornament) of terracotta painted in black and red, depicting the head of a gorgon within a border of palmettes: Ancient Mediterranean, Italian, believed to have been found in Capua, Etruscan, 6th century BC, c.550 BC © National Museums Scotland

Antefix (roof ornament) of terracotta painted in black and red, depicting the head of a gorgon within a border of palmettes: Ancient Mediterranean, Italian, believed to have been found in Capua, Etruscan, 6th century BC, c.550 BC © National Museums Scotland