Detail from a pithos showing a relief of the descent of the Greeks from the Wooden Horse. Circa 670 BC. Archaeological Museum, Mykonos. Hellenic Ministry of Culture/Archaeological Receipts Fund. Kakridis, J. Th., Elliniki Mythologia, vol. 5: Troikos Polemos, Ekdotiki Athinon, Athens 1986, p. 145, fig. 120.
Terracotta statue of a young Etruscan woman, late century-early century BCE ~ Many of the remains of Etruscan art have been found in repositories for the dead, in which the people were accustomed to inter with the body various articles of metal and clay.
Aristophanes ( 446 – c. 386 BC), son of Philippus, of the deme Cydathenaeum, was a comic playwright of ancient Athens. Eleven of his thirty plays survive virtually complete. Many of whose plays still exist-The Birds, The Frogs etc.
Bronze chariot inlaid with ivory Etruscan quarter of century BCE Found near Monteleone di Spoleto in 1902 with scenes of Achilles Photographed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, New York.
Altamura Painter - Red-Figure Calyx Krater - Walters 48262. The scene on this "krater" depicts another milestone in the life of a young man. At the culmination of years of training, a warrior stands beside the family altar preparing to leave for war. He wears a short tunic under a "cuirass" (breastplate) and holds his spear in his left hand. A young woman on the right readies his shield and stretches out her hand to pass his helmet across the altar.