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Greek, about 485-480 BC   Made in Athens, Greece; found at Vulci, (Lazio, Italy)    This kylix, or drinking cup, shows an all-male party known as a symposion, which is Greek for “drinking together”. It is signed by Douris as painter and was found in a tomb in Italy in a region that was then inhabited by the Etruscans.  -British Museum

Kylix cup from 600 BC shows men's drinking party. Ancient Athenian cocktail parties ~ called symposia ~ went from being events exclusively .

wine bowl krater 325bc greek

Red-figured wine bowl (volute-krater), attributed to the Baltimore Painter Greek, around 325 BC Made in Apulia (modern Puglia); perhaps from Bari, Apulia, Italy 'The Hamilton Vase'

Fragments of Frieze (Greek, Fifth Century B. C.) - A. D. White Architectural Photographs, Cornell University Library

Fragments of Frieze (Greek, Fifth Century B. White Architectural Photographs, Cornell University Library Pineado en Vintage Archaeology and Old Egypt Autor: Jason Draper

En la Antigua Grecia, el vino “aqueo” lo tomaban las mujeres para abortar

Attic red-figure kylix (wine cup) by the Antiphon Painter Athens, Greece 490 - 480 BCE Pottery

Red-Figure Cup Showing the Death of Pentheus (exterior) and a Maenad (interior)  Douris (painter) Greek (active c. 500–460 B.C.) Late Archaic period (500–480 B.C.) c. 480 B.C. Terracotta

Red-Figure Cup Showing the Death of Pentheus (exterior) and a Maenad (interior) Douris (painter) Greek (active c.) Late Archaic period B.

Attributed to the Dokimasia Painter | Terracotta kylix (drinking cup) | Greek, Attic | Classical | The Met

Terracotta kylix (drinking cup) Attributed to the Dokimasia Painter Period: Classical Date: ca. red-figure Dimensions: H.

"Terracotta kylix (drinking cup)" (ca. 550 BCE), attrib. to the Paointer of New York 06.1021.159. Greece, Attic, Archaic period. Posted on metmuseum.org.

Terracotta kylix (drinking cup) Attributed to the Painter of New York Period: Archaic Date: ca.

Codrus Painter (fl. c. 430 - 420 BCE), British Museum, London E84 (1850.0302.3) (435-425 BCE; excavated at Vulci, Etruria, Italy). Red-figure kylix. Interior and tondo.

Codrus Painter ( c BCE ). Red - figure kylix, excavated at Vulci, Etruria, Italy.

Hydria with a depiction of a four-horse chariot, a charioteer and a hoplite, with a battle scene on the shoulder (workshop of the Lysippides Painter), from an offering pit (530-520 BC), Museum of Kerameikos, Athens

Hydria with a depiction of a four-horse chariot, a charioteer and a hoplite, with a battle scene on the shoulder (workshop of the Lysippides Painter), from an offering pit (530-520 BC), Museum of Kerameikos, Athens

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