Sappho_Alcaeus_Attic krater painted by the Brygos painter, 480-470 BCE. Line drawing by Valerie Woelfel.

Sappho_Alcaeus_Attic krater painted by the Brygos painter, 480-470 BCE. Line drawing by Valerie Woelfel.

Sappho reading her book (From an Athenian vase 5th c. BC)

Sappho reading her book (From an Athenian vase 5th c. BC)

Etruscan neck amphora Aeneas carrying his father Anchises on his back during the fall of Troy.	circa 500BC

Etruscan neck amphora Aeneas carrying his father Anchises on his back during the fall of Troy. circa 500BC

Aeneas carrying Anchises, with Ascanius and his wife, red-figure amphora from a Greek workshop in Etruria, ca. 470 BC

Aeneas carrying Anchises, with Ascanius and his wife, red-figure amphora from a Greek workshop in Etruria, ca. 470 BC

Greek, Attica, said to have been found at Nola, Italy Attributed to the Achilles Painter  Amphora (Storage Jar), c. 470 B.C.  Terracotta, red-figure technique

Greek, Attica, said to have been found at Nola, Italy Attributed to the Achilles Painter Amphora (Storage Jar), c. 470 B.C. Terracotta, red-figure technique

Greek, Athens In the style of the Niobid Painter  Bell Krater (Bowl for Mixing Wine and Water), c. 450 B.C.  Terracotta, red-figure technique

Greek, Athens In the style of the Niobid Painter Bell Krater (Bowl for Mixing Wine and Water), c. 450 B.C. Terracotta, red-figure technique

Greek, Attica Attributed to The Leningrad Painter Hydria (Water Jar), 460–450 B.C.

Greek, Attica Attributed to The Leningrad Painter Hydria (Water Jar), 460–450 B.C.

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