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Etruscan black figure amphora C.650BC

A prize amphora for the winner of a chariot race in the Panathenaic Games, the panhellenic games hosted by Athens. The amphorae used for this were always black figure, even after the century, when red figure became more prominent.

National Archaeological Museum, Athens, Greece, 2009. Attic black-figure Amphora from Rhodos, ca 510 BC.

Rhodos was known in ancient times for it's exquisite pottery. black-figure Amphora from Rhodos, ca 510 BC.Seen in Rhodes Museum and the National Archaeological Museum,# Athens, Attic

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Terracotta lekythos (oil flask), ca. Attributed to the Amasis Painter, Greek, Attic. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

The anakalypteria is the decisive moment when the bride faces the groom instead of the father.

The anakalypteria is the decisive moment when the bride faces the groom instead of the father.

Pottery: black-figured amphora: men courting boys (back: the same).

This Greek pot dates from the sixth century BCE - British Museum

AN ATTIC BLACK-FIGURED HYDRIA ATTRIBUTED TO THE LEAGROS GROUP, CIRCA 520-500 B.C.

AN ATTIC BLACK-FIGURED HYDRIA ATTRIBUTED TO THE LEAGROS GROUP, CIRCA 520-500 B.C.

black-figured lekythos; Attic, c. 540 BCE. Women spinning. Attributed to the Amasis Painter (New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Terracotta lekythos (oil flask) Attributed to the Amasis Painter Period: Archaic Date: ca. Culture: Greek, Attic Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H.

Amphora, ca. 530 B.C.; Archaic; black-figure  Attributed to the manner of the Lysippides Painter  Greek, Attic  Terracotta

Amphora, ca. 530 B. black-figure Attributed to the manner of the Lysippides Painter Greek, Attic Terracotta

Terracotta Panathenaic prize amphora (jar), Archaic ca. 530 B.C. Greek, Attic Terracotta; black-figure H. 24 13/16 in. (63 cm); diameter of mouth 6 15/16 in. (17.6 cm); diameter of foot 4 13/16 in. (12.3 cm)

Terracotta Panathenaic prize amphora (jar), Archaic ca. 530 B. black-figure H. diameter of mouth 6 in. diameter of foot 4 in.

Greek Black Figure Pottery | Attic black-figure amphora (JPGM 88.AE.24, 530 - 520 B.C.) Herakles ...

Attic pottery is the iconic red and black figure-pottery produced in ancient Greece from the to the centuries B. Like the vessel shown above from the collection of the J. Paul Getty Museum, such pottery required .

Black-figure Panathenaic prize amphora with the goddess Athena (top) and a horse race (bottom), attributed to the Leagros Group. Attic Greece, c. 510 B.C. Terracotta. | Metropolitan Museum of Art

Black-figure Panathenaic prize amphora with the goddess Athena (top) and a horse race (bottom), attributed to the Leagros Group. Attic Greece, c. 510 B. Metropolitan Museum of Art

AN ATTIC BLACK-FIGURED AMPHORA ATTRIBUTED TO THE MANNER OF THE ANTIMENES PAINTER, CIRCA 510-500 B.C. | Christie's

AN ATTIC BLACK-FIGURED AMPHORA ATTRIBUTED TO THE MANNER OF THE ANTIMENES PAINTER, CIRCA 510-500 B.C. | Christie's

Etruscan painted pottery depiciting fishermen about to clean a tuna, ca.500 BCE, Vulci. Altes museum Berlin

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Etruscan painted pottery depiciting fishermen about to cut a tuna Altes museum Berlin.

A close up view of a black-figure hydria,showing a full frontal view of an armored hoplite,520 BC.Antimenes Painter

A close up view of a black-figure hydria,showing a full frontal view of an armored BC.

Lekythos, ca. 480 B.C.; red-figure  Attributed to the Brygos Painter  Greek, Attic  Terracotta

Lekythos, ca. 480 B. red-figure Attributed to the Brygos Painter Greek, Attic Terracotta This pottery is created by the Greek's due to the black and gold colour scheme, also due to the carving of Gods and Goddess on most ceramics.