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Paestan Vase with Lid (Perhaps from Another Vase); Close to Asteas (Greek (Paestan), active about 350 - 320 B.C.); Paestum, South Italy; about 340 B.C.; Terracotta; 80.AE.155; Gift of Stanley Silverman

Paestan Vase with Lid (Perhaps from Another Vase); Close to Asteas (Greek (Paestan), active about 350 - 320 B. about 340 B. Gift of Stanley Silverman

Terracotta askos (flask with a handle over the top) Compared to the Mignot Painter Period: Hellenistic Date: ca. 300 B.C. Culture: Greek, South Italian, Apulian Medium: Terracotta; red-figure Dimensions: H. 9 1/8 in. (23.2 cm) Classification: Vases Credit Line: Purchase by subscription, 1896 Accession Number: 96.18.58

Terracotta askos (flask with a handle over the top) Compared to the Mignot Painter Period: Hellenistic Date: ca. 300 B. Culture: Greek, South Italian, Apulian Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H.

Terracotta pelike (jar) Close in style to the Underworld Painter Period: Hellenistic Date: ca. 330–310 B.C. Culture: Greek, South Italian, Apulian Medium: Terracotta; red-figure Dimensions: H. 22 1/2 in. (57.2 cm) Classification: Vases Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1906

Terracotta pelike (jar) Close in style to the Underworld Painter Period: Hellenistic Date: ca. red-figure Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Vases Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1906

Funerary Vessel, South Italian, from Apulia, 350-325 B.C., terracotta red-figured loutrophoros attributed to the Darius Painter

Funerary Vessel, South Italian, from Apulia, B., terracotta red-figured loutrophoros attributed to the Darius Painter

On the body, obverse, prothesis (laying out of the deceased) with mourners; reverse, mourners<br/>On the neck, obverse and reverse, mourners<br/>On the subsidiary frieze, horsemen<br/><br/>The iconography of this vase is canonical for a loutrophoros

Terracotta loutrophoros (ceremonial vase for water) Period: Archaic Date: last quarter of century B.

Terracotta vase  This is a mixture of Hellenstic and Sicilian art. It shows a bride with her maids before her wedding. The colours are very different from the ‘usual’ terracotta vases from the Greek period. 39.4cm high Greek/Sicilian, Hellenistic Period, Centuripe, 3rd - 2nd century AD Source: Metropolitan Museum

Greek, Funerary vase with a bride surrounded by attendants, century BC Centuripe vase, greek BCE

Terracotta volute-krater (vase for mixing wine and water)  Attributed to the Capodimonte Painter     Period:      Hellenistic  Date:      ca. 320–310 B.C.  Culture:      Greek, South Italian, Apulian  Medium:      Terracotta  Dimensions:      H. without handles: 36 1/16 in. (91.59 cm)  Classification:      Vases

Terracotta volute-krater (vase for mixing wine and water) Attributed to the Capodimonte Painter Period: Hellenistic Date: ca. Culture: Greek, South Italian, Apulian Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H. without handles: 36 in.

Terracotta bell-krater (mixing bowl) with lid  Attributed to the Group of the Würzburg Scylla     Period:      Classical  Date:      late 5th century B.C.  Culture:      Greek, Boeotian  Medium:      Terracotta  Dimensions:      H. 7 in. (17.8 cm.) H. with cover. 9 in. (22.9 cm.) D. 6 1/2 in. (16.5 cm.)  Classification:      Vases

The hippocamp, a fantastic monster with a horse's body and a fish's tail, was fairly uncommon in Classical Greek art. He plays no part in any extant mythological tale but in art is sometimes ridden by the wise sea god Nereus or sea nymphs

Terracotta volute-krater (vase for mixing wine and water) Attributed to Sophilos. Period: Archaic, early 6th century B.C. - Greek, Attic

Volute–krater (vase for mixing wine and water), early century B. Attributed to Sophilos Greek, Attic Terracotta; cm) Attributed to Sophilos: Volute-krater (vase for mixing wine and water)

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