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Nike Goddess

This is an image of what appears to be a Nike or a Harpe. She is winged and appears to be dancing because of the flowing , smooth…

Braganza Brooch

This is a gold Fibula Braganza brooch. The detail in this 14cm work is astounding to see. There is a naked figure wearing a Celtic helmet and a…

Woman riding a bull-serpent hybrid

This piece depicts a woman riding a hybrid which has the torso of a bull, and a long, serpent-like tail. It can be assumed that this image is…

Nike goddess figure in bronze

The subject matter is the Greek goddess of victory; Nike. It is a bronze statue of a winged woman made in 550 BCE. She is also holding something…

Nike goddess figure in bronze

The subject matter is the Greek goddess of victory; Nike. It is a bronze statue of a winged woman made in 550 BCE. She is also holding something…

Supporting image

The image shows Heracles slaying a centaur, and it is a supporting image for the image of Heracles and Pholus

Terracotta flask of a bird man

This is a supportive image for the terracotta flask of the bird man. In this image you have the rear view of the amphora vase. You can see…

Nike

Supportive image for the figure of the goddess Nike. This is a different angle but the same figure as the original post. Nike is the goddess of victory…

Fibula brooch

This is a supportive image for the fibula Braganza brooch. In this image you can see closer up to the intricate detail in the gold piece. The naked…

Supporting image for the Sea thiasos

The picture shows an apulian red-figure pelike of a nereid nymph riding a dolphin. It is said that ca. 50 nereids, like the nereid on the stone relief…

Greek Bell-Krater Bowl with Satyrs playing Lyres

This work is a red figure bell krater design. There are 3 satyrs with lyres advancing from left to right, toward a clothed male figure in a long,…

Supporting image for the Bird Man Vase

These are 3 more bird shaped vases. These vases even have what looks like bird feet as the base instead of a round bottom. And no human arms…

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