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Attic pelike depicting Heracles killing king Busiris and Egyptian priests, by Pan Painter, red-figure pottery Featured Paintings Print

Attic pelike depicting Heracles killing king Busiris and Egyptian priests, by Pan Painter, red-figure pottery

Greek civilization, 5th century b.C. Red-figure pottery. Attic pelike attributed to the Pan Painter. Recto: Heracles killing the king Busiris and the Egyptian priests. Detail

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Ancient Greek pottery, (1898). Creator: Unknown Featured Paintings Print

Ancient Greek pottery, (1898). Creator: Unknown

Ancient Greek pottery, (1898). 'Figs 1-9: Forms of Greek vases. Fig 1: Amphora, vessel for oil, wine etc. Fig 2: Hydria, vessel for carrying water. Fig 3: Urn, a cinerary vessel. Fig 4: Oenochoe, wine-can, pouring-vessel. Fig 5: Cylix, drinking-cup. Fig 6: Deinos, crater, vessel for mixing wine and water. Fig 7: Lecythus, vessel for anointing-oil. Fig 8: Cantharus, two-handled drinking-cup. Fig 9: Rhyton, drinking-vessel. Fig. 10: Female figure on an Amphora in the National Museum at Naples. Figs 11-32: Ornaments on vases in the Museums of Naples, Rome, Munich, Paris and London'. Plate 6 from "The Historic Styles of Ornament" translated from the German of H. Dolmetsch. [B.T. Batford, London, 1898]

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Minoan Art. La Parisienne or the Minoan Lady Featured Paintings Print

Minoan Art. La Parisienne or the Minoan Lady

Minoan Art. La Parisienne or the Minoan Lady with the sacral knot at the back of the neck that seems to indicate that she is a priestess or even a goddess. The fresco uses the black colour for emphasizing the form of the eyes and red for the lips. It dates from the Neopalatial period, ca. 1400 B.C. The Herakleion Archaeological Museum. Crete

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