Ancient and Byzantine Art

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Statue of Young Dionysos
Hellenistic or Roman; Eastern Mediterranean
Statue of Young Dionysos, 100 B.C.-A.D. 100
Kylix (Drinking Cup)
Greek; Athens
Attributed to the Workshop of Nikosthenes
Kylix (Drinking Cup), About 530-520 B.C.
Mastoid (Wine Cup)
Greek; Athens
Attributed to the Leafless Group
Mastoid (Wine Cup), About 500-480 B.C.
Pelike (Storage Jar)
Greek; Athens
Pelike (Storage Jar), About 510-500 B.C.
Pyxis (Container for Personal Objects)
Greek; Athens
Pyxis (Container for Personal Objects), Late 6th century B.C.
Stemless Kylix (Wine Cup)
Greek; Athens
Stemless Kylix (Wine Cup), 4th century B.C.
Hydria (Water Jar)
Greek; Athens
Attributed to a painter of the Leagros group
Hydria (Water Jar), About 515-500 B.C.
Column-Krater (Mixing Bowl)
Greek; Athens
Attributed to a Member of the Earlier Mannerist Group
Column-Krater (Mixing Bowl), About 460 B.C.
Amphora (Storage Jar)
Greek; Athens
Attributed to the Achilles Painter
Amphora (Storage Jar), About 460-450 B.C.
Calyx Krater (Mixing Bowl)
Etruscan
Attributed to The Perugia Painter, now combined with the Arnò Painter
Calyx Krater (Mixing Bowl), About 400-380 B.C.
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