Parade helmet from Metapontum, in Magna Graecia, 6th cent. BCE. Hammered from a single piece of bronze with designs made by repoussé, punching, tracing, and engraving. The top is surmounted by a ram's head (partially restored). The cheekpieces are decorated with rams' heads. Over the forehead, a series of curls falls in a row to form the hairline. Below the curls is a repoussé line that forms the eyebrows and terminates in bearded snakes' heads with forked tongues.
25 Influential Pieces Of Ancient Greek Architecture
Ancient Greek architecture is most popular for its temples. This type of architecture was produced by the Hellenic people whose culture thrived on Mainland Greece, the Aegean Islands and in colonies in the Asia Minor
Terracotta relief probably from a funnel vase | Greek, South Italian, Apulian, Canosan | Early Hellenistic | The Met
Richter, Gisela M. A. 1913. "Classical Department: The Accessions of 1912. Sculptures, Terracottas, and Miscellaneous Objects." Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 8(8): pp. 175–76.Richter, Gisela M
Fragmentary Antefix (roof ornament) with Medusa, Terracotta, Etruscan, made in Campania, South Italy, 550-500 BC, Getty Villa, Malibu, Dec. 2012
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The Tomb of the Diver in Paestum, a gem of Greek painting - Italian Ways
The Tomb of the Diver in Paestum was found on June 3, 1968, in what used to be known as Magna Graecia, and today is part of the province of Salerno. The terrific discovery was the reward of archaeologist Mario Napoli’s hard work, which led him to the five travertine slabs closed up into a […]
Very rare Ancient Greek Campanian Krater with Actors Very rare Ancient Greek Campanian Krater with Actors Three men robbing a miser in his house, in a scene from a phlyax play painted by Asteas (350-340 BCE) Phlyax actor as a slave from a Sicilian chalice-krater by a painter of the Lentini-Manfria Group, c. 350–40 BCE (Louvre) Phlyax scene: a master and his slave. Side A from a Silician red-figured calyx-krater, ca. 350 BC–340 BC (Louvre) Calyx-krater by Euphronios, Antikensammlung Berlin…