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A Greek Bronze Mirror 4th Century BC Ancient Greece in 2019
A Greek Bronze Mirror, 4th Century B.C.
mini-girlz: “ Bronze mirror with a support in the form of a nude
Bronze hydria (water jar). Classical. 4th century B.C. Greek. The relief shows a winged Eros arranging his hair in a mirror. He leans on a small statue of a ...
Ancient Greek Mirror
Bronze mirror with a support in the form of a draped woman
Download image; Enlarge image. Bronze box mirror, Bronze, Greek
Female figure, possibly Aphrodite (bronze). Etruscan, (6th century BC) / Louvre, Paris, France / Giraudon / The Bridgeman Art Library
Etruscan mirror with Judgment of Paris 4th century BC Similarity of Etruscan Gods with Roman/Greek Gods (syncretism)
Bronze Box Mirror Period: Late Classical or Hellenistic Date: last quarter of the 4th · Ancient Greek ...
Box Mirror with Jason and the Golden Fleece. Culture : Greek. Period : Second half of the 4th century B.C. Material : Bronze.
Etruscan bronze, ivory and amber horse armor C.400 B.C
Greek mirror depicting Aphrodite (?) with flanking Erotes (cupids) said to be from an Etruscan tomb 465-450 BCE Bronze | by mharrsch
Bronze box mirror. Greece ArtAncient Greece. Bronze box mirror Greek, late century BC The ...
Box Mirror Applique with Eros and Psyche in Relief Greek 4th century BCE Bronze
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Bronze mirror
Ancient Greece · A Roman actor playing Papposilenus, marble statue, c. 100 AD, after a
COPIEd: Greek folding mirror: Zeus abducted Ganymede in the form of an eagle Folding mirror (unit / mirror) Mid century BC. More precisely, to BC.
Statue of Aphrodite riding on a goose, Greek, Late Classical Period, about 4th century B.C.
Etruscan Bronze Mirrors
Bronze mirror with a support in the form of a draped woman, mid-5th
Pair of bronze greaves, :bronze,late classical, 4th century B.C.Etruscan Rome
Bronze rod tripod stand, early 6th century b.c. Greek. Bronze .
Greece, early 4th Century BC, bronze, partially gilt,Mirror box with head · Ancient Greek ...
Linear A inscription on a clay tablet from Crete, probably 15th century BC. (
The Derveni Krater, 4th century BC, with Dionysus and Ariadne seen here.
doric chiton statue - Google Search | Greek and Roman in 2019 | Pinterest | Ancient greek sculpture, Ancient greek art and Greek statues
Artemis Mid-4th century B.C Archaeological Museum of Piraeus Ancient Greek Sculpture, Ancient Greek
A recent find from ongoing excavations at Akrotiri on Santorini.
Bronze box mirror. Period: Late Classical; Date: 2nd quarter of the 4th
Date: Mid-4th century B.C. Medium: Bronze Provenance: Athens · Ancient Greek ...
Kalpis; Unknown; Greece, Europe; mid-4th century B.C.; Bronze;
... an elephant skin · Gold stater Gold stater
Bronze box mirror MET 3167 247869 Greek, Bronze box mirror, 2nd quarter of the
Bronze box mirror MET 2768 247872 Greek, Bronze box mirror, mid-4th century
History of Greece
Bronze horse
Royal Tombs of Mycenae. 16th century BC. Mycenaean gold roundels with repousse decoration depicting
The Rise of Macedon and the Conquests of Alexander the Great | Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
... Terracotta oinochoe: chous (jug) ...
The 'Piraeus Athena', a 4th-century BC bronze, Archaeological Museum,
Art of the Ancient World Greek, Etruscan, Roman, Byzantine, Egyptian, & Near Eastern Antiquities
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Mirror disk, Classical, 5th–4th century B.C., Greek, South Italian ?
Beautiful, ancient bronze mirror ('Caryatid' type) in the Archaeological museum of
Gold 20-stater of Eucratides of Bactria circa 150 BC, the largest gold coin of antiquity. 169.2 grams, diameter 58 mm.
Bronze statuette of a woman. Culture: Greek. Dimensions: H.: 4 3/4 in. (12.1 cm). Date: 7th century B.C. or later. Only the upper part of the figure is ...
Grave stele with woman holding a mirror. Greek Classical Period Late 5th–early 4th century B.C.
Lion Attacking a fawn (applique) - Classical
... Terracotta volute-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water) ...
Greek Jewelry History & Facts
Distinct styles ...
Mirror Handle: Standing Woman. Culture: Pakistan (ancient region of Gandhara).
Bronze man and centaur
Large Ancient Greek Bronze Mirror - 106 mm
Detailed Itinerary
Gold ring with intaglio of seated woman and flying Eros ...
Bronze handle of a shallow basin, Late Classical, 4th century B.C., Greek,
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Finds from the excavation of the lost city of Tenea in the Peloponnese.
Mirror with a Pair of Addorsed Sphinxes with Scorpion Tails. Dimensions: H. 7
Etruscan Sarcophagus of the Spouses (detail) (by Carole Raddato)
Terracotta aryballos (oil flask) ...
Lord of the Rings: Archaeologists unveil new findings from Greek warrior's tomb
Biface Acheulean Hand Ax
Prostitution in ancient Greece
Pottery vessel in the shape of Aphrodite inside a shell; from Attica, Classical Greece, discovered in the Phanagoria cemetery, Taman Peninsula (Bosporan ...
The Attic grave stele returned to Greece after it was to be auctioned by Sotheby's
Bronze statuette of Vanth, Etruscan 425-400 BC
Ancient Greek art
Macedonian tomb fresco from Agios Athanasios, Thessaloniki, Greece, 4th century BC. The Greeks ...
Large Ancient Greek Bronze Mirror - 106 mm
A large marble statue of Hercules resting on his club.
The History of Mirror: Through A Glass, Darkly - Bienenstock Furniture Library
the Venus de Milo, discovered at the Greek island of Milos, 130–100 BC, Louvre the Winged Victory of Samothrace, from the island of Samothrace, 200–190 BC, ...
Greco-Buddhist frieze of Gandhara with devotees, holding plantain leaves, in Hellenistic style, inside Corinthian columns, 1st–2nd century AD, Buner, Swat, ...
Getty Museum told to hand over famed ancient Greek statue by Italian supreme court
Marble head of a youthful god: the 'Aberdeen Head' 325-280 BC
Rare large Late Archaic terracotta statue of Zeus and Ganymede, Olympia. Surviving ancient Greek ...
Classical and Bronze Age Greece
Roman bust of Homer from the second century AD, portrayed with traditional iconography, based on a Greek original dating to the Hellenistic Period
Lord of the Rings: Archaeologists unveil new findings from Greek warrior's tomb
Etruscan Votive Figure (by The British Museum)
Biface Acheulean Hand Ax
Mercury gilded copper alloy bezel ring depicting Eros, dated c. 350–300 BC. British Museum, 1888,0601.1.
Attic Black-Figure Trefoil Oinochoe Depicting a Centauromachy, Attributed to Class of Vatican 440, C. 530 BC
Etruscan Bronze Mirror
The statues that led to the discovery of ancient graves.
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Discus thrower, red figure cup attributed to the Cleomelos Painter, 5th century BC Classical
A Roman lamp bearing it's maker's signature.