Terracotta rhyton (vase for libations or drinking) Attributed to the Painter of London E 100 Period: Classical Date: ca. 460 B.C. Culture: Greek, Attic Medium: Terracotta; red-figure
The rhyton is in the form of a sheep's head. On the cuff is Eros flying with a casket. Period: Late Classical Date: ca. 350–300 B.C. Culture: Greek, South Italian, Apulian Medium: Terracotta; red-figure Dimensions: H. 6 1/2 in. (16.5 cm)
These superb earrings consist of a large honeysuckle palmette below which hangs a finely worked three-dimensional figure of the Trojan prince Ganymede in the clutches of Zeus, who has assumed the guise of an eagle
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Greek Late Classical Silver Rhyton (ancient drinking horn) in form of a Stag’s Head. (Photo from the George Ortiz Collection, based in Switzerland).
Terracotta rhyton in the shape of a dog’s head Greek (Apulian), Late Classical Period (c. 350-300 B.C.) Metropolitan Museum of Art