Greek Attic black-figure vases

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Antimenes painter dinos, Greek attic black-figured dinos fragment, 520-510 B.C. Greek attic dinos fragment, Antimenes painter, with Greek ships and frieze with quadriga, Athena and Herakles, 19.2 cm long. Private collection

Antimenes painter dinos, Greek attic black-figured dinos fragment, 520-510 B.C. Greek attic dinos fragment, Antimenes painter, with Greek ships and frieze with quadriga, Athena and Herakles, 19.2 cm long. Private collection

Greek attic black-figured dinos fragment, 520-510 B.C. Greek attic black-figured dinos fragment, Antimenes painter, with Greek ships and frieze with quadriga, Athena and Herakles, 19.2 cm long. Private collection

Greek attic black-figured dinos fragment, 520-510 B.C. Greek attic black-figured dinos fragment, Antimenes painter, with Greek ships and frieze with quadriga, Athena and Herakles, 19.2 cm long. Private collection

Greek attic black-figure vase, Minotaur on Athenian kylix, 470- 460 B.C. Greek attic black-figure vase, the figure is well rendered with incised detail, in Greek mythology the Minotaur  was a creature with the head of a bull and the body of a man or, as described by Roman poet Ovid, a being part man and part bull. The Minotaur dwelt at the center of the Labyrinth designed by architect Daedalus and his son Icarus, on the command of King Minos of Crete, 8 cm wide. Private collection

Greek attic black-figure vase, Minotaur on Athenian kylix, 470- 460 B.C. Greek attic black-figure vase, the figure is well rendered with incised detail, in Greek mythology the Minotaur was a creature with the head of a bull and the body of a man or, as described by Roman poet Ovid, a being part man and part bull. The Minotaur dwelt at the center of the Labyrinth designed by architect Daedalus and his son Icarus, on the command of King Minos of Crete, 8 cm wide. Private collection

Greek attic black-figure vasem Antimenes painter dinos, Greek attic black-figure dinos fragment, 520-510 B.C. Greek attic dinos fragment, Antimenes painter, with Greek ships and frieze with quadriga, Athena and Herakles, 19.2 cm long. Private collection

Greek attic black-figure vasem Antimenes painter dinos, Greek attic black-figure dinos fragment, 520-510 B.C. Greek attic dinos fragment, Antimenes painter, with Greek ships and frieze with quadriga, Athena and Herakles, 19.2 cm long. Private collection

Antimenes painter dinos, Greek attic black-figured dinos fragment, 520-510 B.C. Greek attic dinos fragment, Antimenes painter, with Greek ships and frieze with quadriga, Athena and Herakles, 19.2 cm long. Private collection

Antimenes painter dinos, Greek attic black-figured dinos fragment, 520-510 B.C. Greek attic dinos fragment, Antimenes painter, with Greek ships and frieze with quadriga, Athena and Herakles, 19.2 cm long. Private collection

Greek attic black-figured dinos fragment, 520-510 B.C. Greek attic black-figured dinos fragment, Antimenes painter, with Greek ships and frieze with quadriga, Athena and Herakles, 19.2 cm long. Private collection

Greek attic black-figured dinos fragment, 520-510 B.C. Greek attic black-figured dinos fragment, Antimenes painter, with Greek ships and frieze with quadriga, Athena and Herakles, 19.2 cm long. Private collection

Greek attic black-figured vase, Minotaur on Athenian kylix, 470- 460 B.C. Greek attic black-figured vase, the figure is well rendered with incised detail, in Greek mythology the Minotaur  was a creature with the head of a bull and the body of a man or, as described by Roman poet Ovid, a being part man and part bull. The Minotaur dwelt at the center of the Labyrinth designed by architect Daedalus and his son Icarus, on the command of King Minos of Crete, 8 cm wide. Private collection

Greek attic black-figured vase, Minotaur on Athenian kylix, 470- 460 B.C. Greek attic black-figured vase, the figure is well rendered with incised detail, in Greek mythology the Minotaur was a creature with the head of a bull and the body of a man or, as described by Roman poet Ovid, a being part man and part bull. The Minotaur dwelt at the center of the Labyrinth designed by architect Daedalus and his son Icarus, on the command of King Minos of Crete, 8 cm wide. Private collection

Greek Attic black figured Lekythos, 5th century B.C. Pottery oil jar decorated with three seated female musician figures, the central figure playing a lyre, 19 cm high. Private collection

Greek Attic black figured Lekythos, 5th century B.C. Pottery oil jar decorated with three seated female musician figures, the central figure playing a lyre, 19 cm high. Private collection

Lakonian black-figure kylix attributed to the Hunt Painter, 565 - 530 B.C. A bird sign appeared to them, flying high and holding to the left and carrying in its talons a gigantic snake, blood-colored, alive still, and breathing, it had not forgotten its warcraft yet, for writhing back it struck the eagle that held it by the chest and neck, so that the eagle let it drop groundward in pain of the bite, 19.5 cm diameter. Getty museum

Lakonian black-figure kylix attributed to the Hunt Painter, 565 - 530 B.C. A bird sign appeared to them, flying high and holding to the left and carrying in its talons a gigantic snake, blood-colored, alive still, and breathing, it had not forgotten its warcraft yet, for writhing back it struck the eagle that held it by the chest and neck, so that the eagle let it drop groundward in pain of the bite, 19.5 cm diameter. Getty museum

Attic black-figured kalpis, late 6th century B.C.  Black-glazed except for a trapezoidal panel on shoulder, with octopus with four curling tentacles on each side of its body, 31 cm high. Private collection

Attic black-figured kalpis, late 6th century B.C. Black-glazed except for a trapezoidal panel on shoulder, with octopus with four curling tentacles on each side of its body, 31 cm high. Private collection

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