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Greek Attic red figured vases - Greek kylix - Greek fish plate
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Greek Campanian red figure oinochoe with Satyr, 350-330 B.C. Satyr running right with hands outstretched before him, waves and lines above, 9.8 cm high. Private collection

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Greek Attic red figured kylix with Greek homosexuality erotic scene, 5th century B.C. Attic kylix fragment with nude young boy in position to receive sex from another man. Also if the scene is incomplete boy haven't nothing in hands and there is no parellel of this position that is sex scene. In Athenian aristocratic circles homosexual were viewed as a key element in the socialization of youths, involving elements of mentoring as well as eroticism, 8 cm wide. Private collection

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Greek Attic red figured vase Greek fish plate with inscriptions, 4th century B.C. Western Greek, probably Sicily, red figure fish plate with three fish and painted inscription before firing, on the back another inscription after firing, 18.5 cm diameter. Private collection

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Greek attic red-figure column krater depicting a departure scene, middle of the 5th century B.C. 37 cm high. Private collection

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Greek red-figure miniature chous, 420-400 B.C. The choes were given as gifts to the 3 years old boys who used them for their first wine tasting.These rituals were taking place during the Anthesteria, the Athenian festival held every February. The scenes on these small jugs were closely related to the life of children: here the boy crawls to the left where lies a chous; he looks with admiration on a bunch of grapes that symbolize Dionysos, the god of the vine, 6.2 cm. Private collection

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Greek Attic kylix with Etruscan inscription, 4th-3d century B.C. Etruscan inscription on Greek kylix testimony of the dense commerce between Greece and the etruscan area, 17 cm long with handles. Private collection

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Greek fish plate with inscriptions, 4th century B.C. Western Greek, probably Sicily, red figure fish plate with three fish and painted inscription before firing, on the back another inscription after firing, 18.5 cm diameter. Private collection

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Attic red-figured askos, 380-370 B.C. Of broad lentoid form, with two recumbent griffins with crested heads, wings of an eagle and body and tail of a lion, with an arching handle and a wide flaring spout, details in added yellow, 15.2 cm long. Private collection

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Sicilian red-figured lekanis, attribuited to the Lentini Manfria Group, 310-300 B.C. The lid with a seated draped female, leaning back on her outstretched right arm, wearing a peplos with dotted borders, earrings, a necklace and bracelets, a radiate stephane in her bound hair, looking back at the nude winged figure of Eros aiming his bow and arrow at a swan, the knob with double palmette and two dotted rosettes, details in added white, 20 cm wide with handles. Private collection

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Attic red-figured askos, late 5th century B.C. Of broad lentoid form with arching handle and flaring spout, one side with the figure of a cowering Giant, possibly Porphyrion, wearing belted tunic, cuirass, and a high-crested helmet, his genitals exposed, holding a spear and shield, the other side with Zeus' winged thunderbolt, 10.3 cm long. Private collection

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