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Greek Small terracotta amphora (jar)

Greek Small terracotta amphora (jar)

Dipylon style; geometric decorations. Geometric

Terracotta oval-mouthed amphora

Terracotta oval-mouthed amphora

Horizontal black bands on the body. Middle Minoan III

Miniature alabaster amphora (jar)

Miniature alabaster amphora (jar)

The handles are short, vertical lugs. The large mouth is articulated into two parts. Hellenistic

Terracotta amphora (two-handled jar)

Terracotta amphora (two-handled jar)

Probably made at Dura-Europos.

Roman Glass amphora (jar)

Roman Glass amphora (jar)

Glass objects, Roman Empire.

Greek Terracotta miniature Panathenaic amphora

Greek Terracotta miniature Panathenaic amphora

Obverse, Athena.Reverse, seated athlete. Attributed to the Bulas Group Classical

Greek Terracotta Nolan amphora (jar)

Greek Terracotta Nolan amphora (jar)

Obverse, hoplite (foot soldier)Reverse, youth holding sword sheath Attributed to near the Painter of London E 342 Classical

Archaic Etruscan Amphora, Italy

Archaic Etruscan Amphora, Italy

Two-handled jug with moulded ridge on shoulder. Archaic

Terracotta amphora handle with stamp

Terracotta amphora handle with stamp

The circular stamp bears the name of the potter Damokrates, with at the center a large rose, symbolizing Rhodes (the Greek word Rhodon means rose).

Archaic Greek Terracotta Panathenaic prize amphora

Archaic Greek Terracotta Panathenaic prize amphora

Obverse, AthenaReverse, chariotThis amphora is different from the typical prize vase. It does not have the inscription identifying it as being from the games in Athens. Furthermore, the chariot on the reverse i... More

Terracotta amphora handle with stamp

Terracotta amphora handle with stamp

The stamp bears the name of the potter Herakleon, together with a stylized bunch of grapes.

Archaic Terracotta Panathenaic prize amphora (jar)

Archaic Terracotta Panathenaic prize amphora (jar)

Obverse, AthenaReverse, chariot raceThe intensity of a competition is communicated in various ways on these prize jars. Often the emphasis is on the movement of the horses. Here it is expressed in the pose of t... More

Amphora of Canaanite shape, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC

Amphora of Canaanite shape, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550 -1070 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Wadi Gabbanat el-Qurud, Wadi D, Tomb of the 3 Foreign Wives of Thutmose III New Kingdom

Terracotta amphora handle with stamp

Terracotta amphora handle with stamp

The stamp bears the name of the potter Herakleitos.

Archaic Greek Terracotta Panathenaic prize amphora

Archaic Greek Terracotta Panathenaic prize amphora

Obverse, AthenaReverse, footraceThe Euphiletos Painter was trained in the black-figure technique. It is interesting to compare the firm, deliberate incision in his works with the looser, freer line of artists ... More

Etruscan Terracotta amphora (jar)

Etruscan Terracotta amphora (jar)

Obverse, woman with raised hands; reverse, man leaning on a crutch. The red is superposed, not reversed, as in true red-figure. Pose attributed to Praxias Group Classical

Bronze statuette of a satyr with an amphora

Bronze statuette of a satyr with an amphora

Copy or variant of a Hellenistic work, perhaps of the 2nd century B.C. Early Imperial

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