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Black-Figure Warrior Scene

Ancient Greek black-figure pottery (named after the colour of the depictions on the pottery) was first produced in Corinth c. 700 BCE and then adopted by pottery painters in Attica, where it would become.

Ancient Greek pottery in the National Archaeological Museum in Athens 13 - Mycenaean Greece - The Mycenaeans made a great deal of pottery. Archaeologists have found a great quantity of pottery from the Mycenaean age, of widely diverse styles—stirrup jars, pitchers, kraters, chalices sometimes called "champagne coupes" after their shape, etc. The vessels vary greatly in size.

From a Mycenaean Greek cemetery at Prosymna, Argos, grave c. 1500 BCE Ancient Greek pottery in the National Archaeological Museum in Athens.

Cut away of a Trireme

The crew consisted of 200 men; the commanding officer Trierarch, few officers, archers, hoplites and of course 170 oarsmen seated in three different banks. Trireme Olympias is a truly marvellous monument, uniquely ancient and modern.