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A GREEK POTTERY SKYPHOS   LATE GEOMETRIC PERIOD, CIRCA 760-735 B.C.   The handle zone with two water birds flanked by vertical lines and dotted rosettes, centered by false spirals on one side and a crosshatched column on the other, zigzag on the neck, horizontal bands below, the twin ribbon handles with vertical lines  6 in. (15.2 cm.) diameter excluding handles

A GREEK POTTERY SKYPHOS LATE GEOMETRIC PERIOD, CIRCA 760-735 B.C. The handle zone with two water birds flanked by vertical lines and dotted rosettes, centered by false spirals on one side and a crosshatched column on the other, zigzag on the neck, horizontal bands below, the twin ribbon handles with vertical lines 6 in. (15.2 cm.) diameter excluding handles

Terracotta vase in the form of a pomegranate    Period:      Geometric  Date:      8th century B.C.  Culture:      Greek, Attic  Medium:      Terracotta  Dimensions:      H. 4 in. (10.2 cm) diameter 3 1/4 in. (8.3 cm)  Classification:      Vases

Terracotta vase in the form of a pomegranate Period: Geometric Date: century B. Culture: Greek, Attic Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H. cm) diameter 3 in.

Make Art Like the Ancient Greeks: Black-Figure Vase Painting

Exekias, Black figured vase with Ajax and Achilles playing draughts, and detail, 540 bc.

Terracotta hydria (water jar)  Red-figure, Greek, South Italian, Campanian, Late Classical, ca. 350–320 B.C.  Attributed to the Group of Naples 3227     On the body, return of a mounted warrior  On the shoulder, tritons  Under the handles, head of a woman     An Italic warrior, wearing the characteristic plumed helmet, is greeted by a woman who holds the horse's bridle and an attendant carrying the oinochoe and phiale (jug and libation bowl) for an offering.

Terracotta hydria (water jar) Red-figure, Greek, South Italian, Campanian, Late Classical, ca. 350–320 B.C. Attributed to the Group of Naples 3227 On the body, return of a mounted warrior On the shoulder, tritons Under the handles, head of a woman An Italic warrior, wearing the characteristic plumed helmet, is greeted by a woman who holds the horse's bridle and an attendant carrying the oinochoe and phiale (jug and libation bowl) for an offering.

Dark Age/Geometric 4.19  dark on light - lack of balance  pottery  from Kerameikos cemetery in Athens  11th/10th century BC

Protogeometric art - After the collapse of the Mycenaean-Minoan Palace culture and the ensuing Greek Dark Ages, the Protogeometric style emerged around the mid century BCE as the first expression of a reviving civilization.

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