Ancient and Byzantine Art

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Hydria (Water Jar)
Greek, Attica
Attributed to a painter of the Leagros group
Hydria (Water Jar), 520–500 B.C.
Calyx Krater (Mixing Bowl)
Greek, Italy, Lucania
Attributed to The Perugia Painter
Calyx Krater (Mixing Bowl), 420-400 B.C.
Mastoid Skyphos (Drinking Cup) with Handles
Greek, Athens
In the style of the Haimon Painter
Mastoid Skyphos (Drinking Cup) with Handles, Early 5th century B.C.
Kantharos (Drinking Cup)
Greek, probably made in Canosa, Apulia, Italy; said to have been found in Tarentum, Italy
Kantharos (Drinking Cup), 3rd century B.C.
Amphora (Storage Jar)
Greek, Faliscan, Italy
Amphora (Storage Jar), 4th century B.C.
Amphoriskos (Container for Oil)
Greek, Corinth
Amphoriskos (Container for Oil), 600–575 B.C.
Oinochoe (Pitcher)
Greek, Corinth
Oinochoe (Pitcher), 640–625 B.C.
Earring with Dolphin Head Finial
Greek, Hellenistic
Earring with Dolphin Head Finial, 3rd/2nd century B.C.
Jar
Egyptian
Jar, Predynastic Gerzean Period (c. 3500–3050 B.C.)
Head of Queen Tiye
Egyptian
Head of Queen Tiye, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, Reign of Akhenaten (c. 1353–1336 B.C.)
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