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Terracotta oinochoe (wine jug) Late Corinthian 570-550 BCE apparently by the Lotus-Cross Painter

Terracotta oinochoe (wine jug) Late Corinthian BCE apparently by the Lotus-Cross Painter

Terracotta krater, Greek, Attic, Date: ca. 750–735 B.C. On this magnificent krater, the main scene occupies the widest portion of the vase and shows the deceased laid upon a bier surrounded by members of his household and, at either side, mourners. For optimal clarity, the dead man is shown on his side, and the checkered shroud that would normally cover the body has been raised and regularized into a long rectangle with two projections.

Terracotta krater - Greek/Attic - Archaic period, 750 – 735 B. - Found in Greece (Source: The Metropolitan Museum)

Terracotta volute-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water) Attributed to the Painter of Woolly Satyrs  (namepiece) Period: Classical Date: ca. 450 B.C. Culture: Greek, Attic Medium: Terracotta; red-figure Dimensions: H. 25 in. (63.5 cm) Classification: Vases

Terracotta volute-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water) Attributed to the Painter of Woolly Satyrs Period: Classical Date: ca. 450 B. Culture: Greek, Attic Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H.

Terracotta krater

Krater, second half of century B. Geometric Attributed to the Hirschfeld Workshop Greek, Attic Terracotta

Terracotta neck-amphora (jar), Etruscan ca. 540 BC. Attributed to the Paris Painter. Located in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. More information on this piece is available at their website.

Terracotta neck-amphora (jar) Attributed to the Paris Painter Period: Archaic Date: ca. 540 B. Culture: Etruscan Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H.

Lekythos, ca. 480 B.C.; red-figure  Attributed to the Brygos Painter  Greek, Attic  Terracotta

Lekythos, ca. 480 B. red-figure Attributed to the Brygos Painter Greek, Attic Terracotta This pottery is created by the Greek's due to the black and gold colour scheme, also due to the carving of Gods and Goddess on most ceramics.

Terracotta neck-amphora (jar)  Attributed to a painter of the Princeton Group Period: Archaic Date: ca. 540–530 B.C. Culture: Greek, Attic Medium: Terracotta; black-figure Dimensions: H: 13" Greatest diameter: 8 3/4" Classification: Vases Credit Line: The Bothmer Purchase Fund, 2010 Accession Number: 2010.147

Neck-amphora, Archaic, ca. black-figure Attributed to a painter of the Princeton Group Greek, Attic Terracotta

Terracotta amphora with lid (jar) 4th century B.C. - Culture : Greek, Attic - In the Museum, Greek and Roman Art  http://www.metmuseum.org/Collections/search-the-collections/130009539

"Be ready when I drop the amphora." {Terracotta amphora with lid (jar) century B. - Culture : Greek, Attic - In the Museum, Greek and Roman Art }

GreeklSkyphos-(drinking-cup)- 6th century-BCE

Ancient Greek Geometric Terracotta skyphos (drinking cup) Period: Archaic Date: century B. Culture: Lydian Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H. cm) diameter 3 in.

Terracotta oinochoe (jug)  Attributed to the Micali Painter     Period:      Late Archaic  Date:      ca. 525–500 B.C.  Culture:      Etruscan

Terracotta oinochoe (jug) with sirens and an eagle, attributed to the Micali painter, the best-known Etruscan painter of black-figure pottery. Hs workshop was probably located at Vulci. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Terracotta column-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water), last quarter of 6th century B.C. Greek, Attic. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Estate of Julius Sachs, 1934 (34.32.1) | The chariot race was the most prestigious event at all the Panhellenic games held in Greece. Only the wealthiest could afford the four-horse chariot (quadriga) with professional driver needed to enter the competition. #horses

Terracotta column-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water) Period: Archaic Date: last quarter of century B.

Sea animals (dolphins, hyppocampi). Amphora, red-figured Terracotta (6th-1st BCE), from Caniao. Greek Hermitage Museum

Amphora, red-figured terracotta depicting sea animals (dolphins, hyppocampi) from Caniao, century, BCE - Greek Hermitage Museum

Terracotta oinochoe (jug)  Attributed to the Torcop Group   Period: Hellenistic Date: ca. 300 B.C. Culture: Etruscan

Terracotta oinochoe (jug) Attributed to the Torcop Group Period: Hellenistic Date: ca.

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