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Bronze Hydria  (water jar)  4th Century BCE  --  Greek  --  Via The Heilbrunn…

Bronze hydria (water jar) Period: Classical Date: century B. Culture: Greek Medium: Bronze Dimensions: H.

Bronze hydria (water jar). Period: Classical. Date: mid-4th century B.C. Culture: Greek. Medium: Bronze

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etruscan treasures | Oinochoe. Etruscan-Campanian, 500 BC-450 BC Bronze.

etruscan treasures | Oinochoe. Etruscan-Campanian, 500 BC-450 BC Bronze.

The Grimani Jug 				                								                     Date:                      c. 450 BC                                                  	             	                 	                    Medium: 	                    bronze

The Grimani Jug, ca. Medium: hammered, cast, bronze Dimensions: height: cm Museum of Fine Arts - Budapest

RosamariaGFrangini | Antiques |

RosamariaGFrangini | Antiques |

Bronze hydria (water jar). Classical. mid-5th century B.C. Greek, Argive. Inscribed on top of the mouth "one of the prizes from Argive Hera". We know from the inscription on the mouth that this hydria was a prize awarded at games for the goddess Hera at her sanctuary in Argos in the Peloponnisos.

Bronze hydria (water jar), century b. Classical Greek, Argive Bronze Inscribed on top of the mouth: "one of the prizes from Argive Hera" T

Greek vase c. 550–530 BC

Attributed to the Amasis Painter: Lekythos, ca. Archaic, black-figure Attributed to the Amasis Painter Greek, Attic The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Terracotta krater, Greek, Attic, Date: ca. 750–735 B.C. On this magnificent krater, the main scene occupies the widest portion of the vase and shows the deceased laid upon a bier surrounded by members of his household and, at either side, mourners. For optimal clarity, the dead man is shown on his side, and the checkered shroud that would normally cover the body has been raised and regularized into a long rectangle with two projections.

Terracotta krater - Greek/Attic - Archaic period, 750 – 735 B. - Found in Greece (Source: The Metropolitan Museum)

mycenae octopus jar. -Μυκηναϊκή στάμνα με χταπόδι και ψάρια

L: ‘Octopus Style’ Mycenaean stirrup jar featuring a stylized octopus, fishes, sea urchins, large birds. Obvious Minoan influences can be seen in this jar.

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