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Ornaments from Greek and Etruscan Vases in the British Museum and the Louvre from Ch IV 2 by Owen Jones

Ornaments from Greek and Etruscan Vases in the British Museum and the Louvre from... | 1st Art Gallery

Ornaments from Greek and Etruscan Vases in the British Museum and the Louvre from Ch IV 2

Colossal Roman Statue Detail of Antinous  (lover of Hadrian)   as Dionysos-Osiris (ivy crown, head band, cistus & pine cone)  --  Marble  --  Vatican Museums

Antinoüs Braschi, Sala Rotonda, Museo Pio-Clementino, the Vatican

Antinoüs (November 27, c. 111, Bithynion-Claudiopolis – before October 30, 130, Egypt), beloved of the Roman emperor Hadrian and, after death, deified.

Black Figured Neck Amphora   510-500 BC  Attic/Archaic Greek  (Source: The British Museum)

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Firenze Piazza della Signoria - Perseus With the Head of Medusa detail #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola

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Florence: Piazza della Signoria - Perseus With the Head of Medusa da Sachin Prabhu Tramite Flickr: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Perseus Athena instructed Perseus to find the Hesperides, who were entrusted...

Apollo ("Belvedere") - detail, Roman statue (marble) copy of Greek original (bronze), 2nd century AD (original 4th c. BC), (Museo Pio Clementino, Musei Vaticani, Vatican City).

Which Greek God Are You?

Have you ever thought of yourself as a bit of a God? Of course you have! What would you be worshiped for?

In the Trojan War, Memnon, the son of Tithonos and Eos, goddess of the dawn, led a contingent of Ethiopians allied with the Trojans. He was killed by Achilles in a duel watched by their mothers. Neck-amphora (jar) [Greek, Attributed to an artist near Exekias] (98.8.13) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Attributed to an artist near Exekias | Terracotta neck-amphora (jar) | Greek, Attic | Archaic | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Attributed to an artist near Exekias. Period: Archaic. Date: ca. 530 B.C.. Culture: Greek, Attic. Medium: Terracotta; black-figure. Dimensions: H. 15 7/8 ...

Attic Panathenaic Amphora Kleophrades Painter , Greek (Attic) Athens, Greece Date: 490 - 480 B.C. Terracotta

Attic Panathenaic Amphora (Getty Museum)

Attic Panathenaic Amphora; Attributed to Kleophrades Painter (Greek (Attic), active 505 - 475 B.C.); Athens, Greece; 500–480 B.C.; Terracotta; 65 × 40.3 cm (25 9/16 × 15 7/8 in.); 77.AE.9; The J. Paul Getty Museum, Villa Collection, Malibu, California; Rights Statement: No Copyright - United States

Ancient Greek Artifact Terracotta Plate originating from the Archaic period 430 B.C  Animal Characters Goat Swan and Owl

Ancient Greek Artifact Terracotta Plate originating from the Archaic period 430 B.C Animal Characters Goat Swan and Owl

This is a copy of an ancient Greek terracotta plate artifact originating from the Archaic period 430 B.C. Painted and Carved in the Ancient Greek Style of Matte Black Characters on a Yellow Foreground. The back of the plate is stamped: copy Corinthian Period 430 BC number 24 (hand inscribed) in ink. It is depicting animal characters around the perimeter including a lion, goat, swan, and owl. The owl is also featured in the center of the plate. The style of the paintings are "black-figure…

Black-figure column krater  Painter of Munich  Athens, Greece, c. 520 B.C.  terracotta  Getty Museum

Dido, Queen of Carthage

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Arrival or departure of a young warrior or hero (maybe Theseus arriving at Athens and being recognized because of his sword by Aegeus). Apul...

Arrival or departure of a young warrior or hero (maybe Theseus arriving at Athens and being recognized because of his sword by Aegeus). Apul...