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Support Image for Old Satyr Red-Figure Bell Krater

This is a supporting image for the Old Satyrs on an Attic Red-Figure Bell Krater. This piece of pottery was made between 430-420 BCE. Just like the bell…

Roman Capricorn Figurine Support

The above picture of Steve Minnitt with the Capricorn Figurine gives you a better visual of its size. A person who wants to remain anonymous found the very…

Pan – Supporting image for ‘Aphrodite, Pan, and Eros’ statue

Pan was the god of shepherds and flocks, mountains, hunting, and music. He wandered the mountains and forests playing his pan-pipes and chasing Nymphs. He is depicted as…

Aphrodite, Pan, and Eros – Not preliminary- after researching

Aphrodite and Eros are fighting off the advances of Pan. Aphrodite is the naked goddess of beauty and love. Eros is the little winged son of Aphrodite. Pan…

Pan, Aphrodite and Eros

Pan and Aphrodite Sculpture of a group including Pan, Aphrodite and flying cherub. Pan is drawing Aphrodite towards him, but Aphrodite is holding her left sandal in her…

Class Notes – vase

Class Notes – Early 7th cent – Unglazed terracotta? – Contrast between black, almost silhouette, figures, and the gold/yellow back ground – Detailed pattern in border – Black…

Sea-bull Notes page

Class Notes – Oxidized copper – Dragon/fish/serpent tail – Bull head & body – Lady riding sideways, holding a box – Natural curving lines contrast geometric box –…

Protocorinthian olpe

This piece is a protocorinthian olpe with black figure drawings of animals depicted on the outside of the vase. An olpe is a single-handled vase that was used…

Bronze Siren Handle of Hydria

It’s a bronze handle of a hydria made in Classical. ca. 460–450 B.C. Greek. It has the artistic style of late Classical. This 18cm artical has a slender…

Supporing Image for the red figure bell-krater

This Athenian red-figure hydria was 27 cm tall; it was used for carrying water, but may also have contained ballots or funerary ashes. It is now held in…

Nike, Goddess of Victory

With further investigation. We found that this figure is in fact a Nike, Goddess of victory. This is thought to be a figurine that decorates a large bowl….

Supporting image for Red Figure Vase bell-krater

Black figure This black-figure aryballos (oil container), held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, provides a supporting image for the red-figure bell krater. The decoration on black figure…

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