Oinochoe (Getty Museum)
Oinochoe; Unknown; about 625 B.C.; Terracotta; 35.7 × 26.5 cm (14 1/16 × 10 7/16 in.); 81.AE.83; The J. Paul Getty Museum, Villa Collection, Malibu, California; Rights Statement: No Copyright - United States
Apollo, chryselephantine sculpture, Delphi Archaeological museum, Greece
Chryselephantine, (from Greek chrysos, “gold,” and elephantinos, “ivory”. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chryselephantine
Marble stele (grave marker) of a youth and a little girl | Greek, Attic | Archaic | The Met
Inscribed on the base: to dear Me[gakles], on his death, his father with his dear mother set [me] up as a monumentThis is the most complete grave monument of its type to have survived from the Archaic period
An Early Greek Bronze Kegal Type Helmet, the Progenitor of the Famous Illyrian Type Helmet
A KEGAL TYPE BRONZE HELMET CIRCA 8TH CENTURY B.C. An Early Greek Bronze Kegal Type Helmet, the Progenitor of the Famous Illyrian Type Helmet
A Greek Bronze Figure of a Horse, Geometric Period, circa 8th century B.C. - Alain.R.Truong
A Greek Bronze Figure of a Horse, Geometric Period, circa 8th century B.C. photo Sotheby's of Corinthian type, of stylized...
Attributed to the Kleophrades Painter | Terracotta Panathenaic prize amphora | Greek, Attic | Archaic | The Met
Attributed to the Kleophrades Painter. Period: Archaic. Date: ca. 500 B.C.. Culture: Greek, Attic. Medium: Terracotta; black-figure. Dimensions: H: 25 in....
Wild Goat style pitcher | MFA for Educators
Rhodian "Wild Goat" oinochoe. Body flares from foot, well-defined shoulder. Trefoil mouth. From bottom to neck, three bands: (1) lotus flowers and buds, (2) two dogs and four goats, (3) palmettes, ducks, bulls, goat. Guilloche on the neck. Creamy slip. Crack on the right side.
"PROCHOUS" WITH DUCKS Jug with high-flung handle, decorated with geometric patterns and ducks. Female burial from the Kerameikos Cemetery of Athens, 8th C. BC _ Kerameikos Museum of Athens
Detail from the statue of the "Piraeus Apollo" in the Archaeological Museum of Piraeus (Athens). This is an archaic-style bronze (ranking among the very few such bronzes survived till us) dating from the 6th century BC, possibily from the years 530/520s BC.