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Athens, national museum, Α 09683  Attic red-figure pelike. From Thespies, Boeotia. By the Pan Painter. Ca. 470 B.C

Athens, national museum, Α 09683 Attic red-figure pelike. From Thespies, Boeotia. By the Pan Painter. 470 B.

Krater Greece, 6th century BC The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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)

AN ATTIC BLACK-FIGURED WHITE-GROUND LEKYTHOS ATTRIBUTED TO THE EDINBURGH PAINTER, CIRCA 510-490 B.C.

AN ATTIC BLACK-FIGURED WHITE-GROUND LEKYTHOS ATTRIBUTED TO THE EDINBURGH PAINTER, CIRCA 510-490 B.C.

Red-figure neck-amphora depicting Theseus About to Kill Procrustes, 480-470 BC (clay). Pig Painter (fl.480-470 BC) / Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge, UK

72 Red-figure neck-amphora depicting Theseus About to Kill Procrustes, BC (clay). Pig Painter BC) / Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge, UK

Etruscan black-figure neck amphora. | Museo civico archeologico Chianciano Terme

Etruscan black-figure neck amphora. | Museo civico archeologico Chianciano Terme

Amphore à anses torses - PERIOD: 5th century BC. Pre-Classic period (6th-5th century B.C) PRODUCTION SITE: Athens (origine). DISCOVERY SITE: Vulci (origine). | Photo (C) RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Stéphane Maréchalle

Amphore à anses torses - PERIOD: century BC.

Peintre de Turmuca - Ajax égorge un prisonnier troyen, cratère en calice à figures rouges, provient de Vulci, v.330*300 avt. J.C

Peintre de Turmuca - Ajax égorge un prisonnier troyen, cratère en calice à figures rouges, provient de Vulci, v.330*300 avt. J.C

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. 325 BCE, Terracotta; 88.9 cm high British Museum, London, United Kingdom

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

Greek woman reading aloud to herself, about 440-430 B.C. NATIONAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM OF ATHENS - OFFICIAL SITE

Athens NM A 02160 Attic red-figure hydria. From Vari, Attica. Group of Polygnotos Painter.

Greek, Athens, about 500 – 480 B.C.. Terracotta Storage Jar depicting an unidentified battle scene from the Iliad

Greek, Athens, about 500 – 480 B. Terracotta Storage Jar depicting an unidentified battle scene from the Iliad

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One of my favorite Greek vases, depicting Priam visiting Achilles to plead for the body of his son Hector

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