Frauenköpfe; Unteritalisch, Kampanisch, rotfigurig, um 340 v. Chr. | Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Antikensammlung
ancient toy buffalo on wheels, Magna Graecia
The Smallest People
Draped woman in a chariot drawn by two prancing horses. Terracotta with traces of pigment. Magna Graecia, Hellenistic period, ca. 3rd century B.C.
Kriophoros, particolare, V a.C. Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Metaponto. Cultura greca e magno-greca
Greek Gnathian Net Pattern Bottle, Magna Graecia, Southern Italy, Eastern Apulia/Gnathia, ca. 340 to 325 BCE
Pots and pans, and jugs, and jars, and bottles, and, and, and..
Apulian red-figure amphora. Magna Graecia, 4th century A.D.
archaeology and antiquities and more
Askos (Oil Jar) in the Shape of a Siren, Magna Graecia (ancient Greek South Italy), 480-450 BC, bronze. HS3845. Repatriated from USA to Italy. Recently exhibited in Croton as one of two locally produced Sirens.
Archaeology and Myth
Pair of Amphoras with Red-Figure - Bologne Group - Magna Graecia (340 BC - 320 BC)
Greek Ceramics and Terracotta
A HELLENISTIC TERRACOTTA HORSE, MAGNA GRAECIA, CIRCA 3RD CENTURY B.C.
Gnathian black glazed terracotta lekytos depicting Eros. Magna Graecia, 4th-3rd century B.C.
ceramic jewels from history