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Athena with an Owl  ca. 450 BC (Classical)

An ancient Greek bronze figure depicting Athena, goddess of wisdom, with her symbolic attribute, an owl. (Walters Museum of Art)

Bronze Owl, it was once held on the open palm of statue representing Athena - circa 5th century B.C, from ancient city of Cnidus - at the Art History Museum, Geneva

Bronze Owl, it was once held on the open palm of statue representing Athena - circa century B.C, from ancient city of Cnidus - at the Art History Museum, Geneva

old Greek coin - the owl of the Goddess Athena, a coin of ancient Athens

old Greek coin - the owl of the Goddess Athena, a coin of ancient Athens.

Etruscan: Athena = ATAANA © Artur Uskumantur 2012 All rights reserved, may not be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without prior authorization

Etruscan: Athena = ATAANA © Artur Uskumantur 2012 All rights reserved, may not be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without prior written permission

Bronze statuette of Athena flying her owl Period: Classical Date: ca. 460 B.C. Culture: Greek

Bronze statuette of Athena flying her owl Period: Classical Date: ca. 460 B. Culture: Greek Medium: Bronze Dimensions: H.

Monedas - Taringa!

Monedas

Silver coin at the Museum of Fine Arts of Lyon depicting the owl of Athena (circa BC). The inscription "ΑΘΕ" is an abbreviation of ΑΘΗΝΑΙΩΝ, which may be translated as "of the Athenians".

Terracotta pyxis (box) Attributed to the Penthesilea Painter Period: Classical Date: ca. 465–460 B.C. Culture: Greek, Attic Medium: Terracotta; white-ground

“Terracotta pyxis (box), The Judgement of Paris Attributed to the Penthesilea Painter, Greek Attic, ca.

A Magnificent and Important Greek Early Classical Bronze Mirror, the Handle in the Form of a Woman Surmounting Base with Three Bovine Feet  Bronze, Early Classical, ca. 460-450 B.C.E.

A Magnificent and Important Greek Early Classical Bronze Mirror, the Handle in the Form of a Woman Surmounting Base with Three Bovine Feet Bronze, Early Classical, ca.

Attributed to the Painter of Woolly Satyrs (namepiece). Terracotta volute-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water), ca. 450 B.C. Greek. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1907 (07.286.84) #OneMetManyWorlds

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.

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