AN EGYPTIAN FAIENCE OPENWORK WADJET-EYE BEAD THIRD INTERMEDIATE PERIOD, DYNASTY XXI-XXV, 1070-712 B.C. Turquoise blue in color, with details in black glaze, with four pairs of wadjet-eyes in four zones, arranged with the tops of each pair adjacent to each other
Terracotta bell-krater (mixing bowl). Italian Peninsula, 1000 B.C.–1 A.D.The vase estimated to be from 360 BC is being attributed to the Greek artist Python and features Dionysus riding a cart.
Terracotta bell-krater;Period: Classical;ca. 440 B.C.Greek, Attic. The ascension of Persephone from the underworld; (detail); In this grandiose representation, Persephone ascends to earth through a rocky outcrop. She is guided by Hermes, the divine messenger, and Hekate, a goddess of fertility, magic, and dark things who typically carries torches. At the far right stands the regal Demeter, waiting to receive her daughter and the renewal of life that her return engendered.THE MET.
Hades, possibly with Persephone--rare depiction of this God. Image consonant with some rock inscriptions on Thesprotia, in which Hades protests the opprobrium directed at him, claiming that he "feasts all the dead psyches.
Hades and Persephone in their palace in the underworld. Monumental southern Italian Greek Red Figure Krater, Volute (330 BCE) from Canossa in Apulia, Italy. Persephone stands beside the enthroned lord Hades. The god bears a bird-tipped royal sceptre. She wears a crown and carries a flaming, four-headed Eleusinian torch.Staatliche Antikensammlungen, Munich
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