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A troop of dancing pentathletes Black-figured Panathenaic prize-amphora Greek, made in Athens about 530-520 BC, attributed to the Euphiletos Painter, from Vulci, Italy

A troop of dancing pentathletes Black-figured Panathenaic prize-amphora Greek, made in Athens about BC, attributed to the Euphiletos Painter, from Vulci, Italy ---archaic sport

Black-Figure Amphora with Scenes of Apollo Entertaining Dionysus and Hermes, and Theseus Killing the Minotaur, 530-520 B.C. Terracotta 2003.18a-b  A vase-shaped container with two handles and along neck, the amphora was used by the ancient Greeks  to transport and store a variety of commodities, from wine and olive oil to grain and fish. This richly decorated amphora is painted in the black-figure style and features an assembly of the ancient Greek gods

Black-Figure Amphora with Scenes of Apollo Entertaining Dionysus and Hermes, and Theseus Killing the Minotaur, B.

This Panathenaic amphora vase is a black-figured vessel that shows how much the Greeks worshiped nature and gods (shown in the motifs). I believe the image in this piece prevails some of the Greek gods or goddesses. What I like most about ancient Greece and their pottery is how they paint with such abstract designs and how the murals portray everyday Greek life. www.flickriver.com

This Panathenaic amphora vase is a black-figured vessel that shows how much the Greeks worshiped nature and gods (shown in the motifs). I believe the image in this piece prevails some of the Greek gods or goddesses. What I like most about ancient Greece and their pottery is how they paint with such abstract designs and how the murals portray everyday Greek life. www.flickriver.com

Wikipedia.org/*** Amphora

*GREECE ~ Greek amphora, National Archaeological Museum of Athens, showing the goddess Athena.

AN ATTIC BLACK-FIGURED AMPHORA -  ATTRIBUTED TO THE MANNER OF THE  ANTIMENES PAINTER, CIRCA 520-510 B.C.

An Attic black-figured amphora, attributed to the manner of the antimenes painter, circa BC.

Attik Siyah Figür Boyunlu Amfora M.Ö. 510-500. British Museum

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

IMPORTANT ATTIC BLACK-FIGURE TYRRHENIAN AMPHORA BY THE TIMIADES PAINTER  Obverse: Upper register with six combatant warriors with round shields; Rev: two confronting sirens flanked with swans. Two lower registers with sirens and sphinxes and goats and leopards. With rays above the foot, tongues on the shoulders, a lotus and palmette cross on the neck; details in added red and white.  Ca. 560-555 BC

Attic black-figure Tyrrhenian amphora - the Timiades Painter - Vases

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.

AN ETRUSCAN BLACK-FIGURED AMPHORA AND ATTRIBUTED TO THE MICALI PAINTER, CIRCA 510-500 B.C. | Christie's

An Etruscan black-figured amphora and lid attributed to the Micali Painter, BC, portraying four winged sphinxes.

Etruscan black-figure amphora.................. Archaic period- 540-530 BC, Museum of Cycladic Art

Archaic period- BC, Museum of Cycladic Art. Red & Black figures wares are one the defining artistic styles of Ancient Greek culture.

Amphora. Athena. Side 2: Fisticuffs. Place: Attica. Date: Circa 500 BC. Material: clay. Technique: black-figure painting, cutting and painting in white and purple.

Date: Circa 500 BC. Technique: black-figure painting, cutting and painting in white and purple.

Greek Hydriai (Water Jars) and their Artistic Decoration | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Terracotta hydria (water jar), ca. black-figure, Greek, Attic, Attributed to the Class of Hamburg

red-figured hydria, IVth century BC Depicted on this hydria is the rape of Kassandra by the lesser Ajax, son of Oileus, in Athena’s temple at Troy.

Depicted on this hydria is the rape of Kassandra by the lesser Ajax, son of Oileus, in Athena’s temple at Troy. In the centre, the Trojan princess Kassandra kneels on the.