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Red-figured hydria, depicting the rape of Kassandra by the lesser Ajax, son of Oileus, in Athena's temple at Troy. In the centre, the Trojan princess Kassandra kneels on the base of the statue of Athena, the Palladion. Attributed to the Danaid Group. Made in Campania, Italy. GR 1824,0501.35

Depicted on this hydria is the rape of Kassandra by the lesser Ajax, son of Oileus, in Athena’s temple at Troy. In the centre, the Trojan princess Kassandra kneels on the.

Pallas Athena striding to left with spear and shield between columns topped with cocks; Tyrannicides statue group reproduced on her shield. Attic Black-figure panathenaic amphora of the Kuban Group, probably 402 BC. H. 72.5 cm. Simon, Erika. Die Griechischen Vasen. Hirmer Verlag, Munich: 1981. Color Plate LI

Pallas Athena striding to left with spear and shield between columns topped with…

ANCIENT ART.  Ancient Greek painting, Achilles and Penthesella on the Plain of Troy, with Athena, Aphrodite and Eros.

Ancient Greek painting, Achilles and Penthesella on the Plain of Troy, with Athena, Aphrodite and Eros. I chose this piece because it is a classic example of greek painting and tells an important story.

An Attic red-figure stamnos from Vulci c. 480-450 BCE depicting the myth of Odysseus tied to his ship's mast in order to resist the enchanting song of the Sirens. The episode occurs during the hero's long voyage home to Ithaka following the end of the Trojan War. Interestingly, the vase shows one Siren descending into the sea which possibly references the legend that the Sirens would die if any sailors ever successfully escaped their clutches. (British Museum, London).

this red-figured stamnos attributed to: The Siren Painter Attic, ca. Red-figured stamnos "The Siren Vase" Museum

Unknown (Greek) Volute-Krater (Mixing Bowl) with a Youth and a Horse in a Naiskos (small temple); also called the Hamilton Vase c.

Attic black-figure panathenaeic amphora. On the visible side: Athletes with a discus, spear and jumping. On the other side Athena promachos. These amphoras were prizes in sport competetions. These competetions were part of multiple day festivals for the gods. The one we all still play was for Zeus at Olympus, known better as the Olympic Games. Classical Greek period. Found in Greece. 530 BC. Source: Leiden Museum of Antiquities

Etruscan black-figure amphora: Athletes with a discus, spear and jumping. Leiden Museum of Antiquities

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Volute Krater With Battle Scene From The Trojan War Artist/Maker:The Niobid Painter (Greek, b.Circa 0475 BC, d.Circa 0450 BC) Date:Circa 450 BC Place:Attica/Greece Cincinnati Art Museum

AN ATTIC BLACK-FIGURED LEKYTHOS ATTRIBUTED TO THE ATHENA PAINTER, CIRCA 500-490 B.C.

An Attic black-figured lekythos attributed to the Athena painter, circa BC.

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