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Thanatos (Death) and Hypnos (Sleep) with the body of Sarpedon Reverse: Eos (Dawn) with the body of her son, Memnon

Thanatos (Death) and Hypnos (Sleep) with the body of Sarpedon Reverse: Eos (Dawn) with the body of her son, Memnon

Flavlus The Great C 346-395 Roman Emperor

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Funerary Vases in Southern Italy and Sicily | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Funerary Vases in Southern Italy and Sicily | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ceramic black-figure oinochoe depicting Dionysus. Workshop of the Athena Painter. Greek. Late Archaic Period, c. 500 - 490 B.C. | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Ceramic black-figure oinochoe depicting Dionysus. Workshop of the Athena Painter. Greek. Late Archaic Period, c. 500 - 490 B.C. | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Terracotta bell-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water)    Period:      Classical  Date:      late 5th century B.C.  Culture:      Greek, Boeotian  Medium:      Terracotta  Dimensions:      Other: 8 5/8 x 8 1/8 in. (21.9 x 20.6 cm)  Classification:      Vases

Terracotta bell-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water) Period: Classical Date: late 5th century B.C. Culture: Greek, Boeotian Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: Other: 8 5/8 x 8 1/8 in. (21.9 x 20.6 cm) Classification: Vases

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.

Terracotta Panathenaic prize amphora (jar), Archaic ca. 530 B.C. Greek, Attic Terracotta; black-figure H. 24 13/16 in. (63 cm); diameter of mouth 6 15/16 in. (17.6 cm); diameter of foot 4 13/16 in. (12.3 cm)

Terracotta Panathenaic prize amphora (jar), Archaic ca. 530 B.C. Greek, Attic Terracotta; black-figure H. 24 13/16 in. (63 cm); diameter of mouth 6 15/16 in. (17.6 cm); diameter of foot 4 13/16 in. (12.3 cm)

Los principales juegos griegos fueron los Olímpicos, que se celebraron en el santuario de Olimpia cada cuatro años, desde el 776 a. C. Según la leyenda fueron fundados por Heracles para glorificar la victoria de Zeus sobre su padre Cronos.

Los principales juegos griegos fueron los Olímpicos, que se celebraron en el santuario de Olimpia cada cuatro años, desde el 776 a. C. Según la leyenda fueron fundados por Heracles para glorificar la victoria de Zeus sobre su padre Cronos.

The Amasis Painter Lekythos (Black-figure pottery) 550–530 B.C., terracotta, Metropolitan Museum.

The Amasis Painter Lekythos (Black-figure pottery) 550–530 B.C., terracotta, Metropolitan Museum.

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