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Hypnos and Thanatos carrying the body of Sarpedon from the battlefield of Troy; detail from an Attic white-ground] lekythos, c. 440 BC
Hypnos and Thanatos carrying the body of Sarpedon from the battlefield of Troy; detail from an Attic white-ground] lekythos, c. 440 BC
A red-figure pottery (terracotta) "kerch" style lekythos depicting a nymph and satyr playing a game of knucklebones, with two Eros figures (standing b
A red-figure pottery (terracotta) "kerch" style lekythos depicting a nymph and satyr playing a game of knucklebones, with two Eros figures (standing between Aphrodite) offering laurel wreaths of victory to the nymph and to a youth, c. 350 BC
A lekythos in Gnathia style with Eros depicted playing with a ball, Apulian vase painting, third quarter of the 4th century BC
A lekythos in Gnathia style with Eros depicted playing with a ball, Apulian vase painting, third quarter of the 4th century BC
Attic white ground lekythos, c. 490 BC, Achilles dragging the body of Hector
Attic white ground lekythos, c. 490 BC, Achilles dragging the body of Hector
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Pottery of ancient Greece
Pottery of ancient Greece
Hellenistic Amphorae, stacked the way they were probably transported in antiquity, display in the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology
Hellenistic Amphorae, stacked the way they were probably transported in antiquity, display in the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology
Disjecta membra (a fragment of ancient Greek pottery)
Disjecta membra (a fragment of ancient Greek pottery)
Neoclassical "Black Basalt" Ware vase by Wedgwood, c. 1815 AD
Neoclassical "Black Basalt" Ware vase by Wedgwood, c. 1815 AD