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640 BC Greek Aryballe shape of Owl - Louvre, Paris

Corinthian Aryballos (perfume holder) in the Shape of an OwlCirca 640 BC Greece

Greek owl replica adapted from an original small scale vase. He has a charming…

Greek Owl Miniature Statue, Greek museum reproductions, statue replicas of ancient Greek Art, Parastone Mouseion Collection, museum gift store

Арибалл в форме совы. Коринф, 2-я пол. VII в. до н.э. Лувр, Париж

Corinthian aryballos in the shape of an owl, circa 640 B., a perfume container made from molded clay and painted with black varnish using red highlights, on display at the Louvre in Paris, France

Ancient & Medieval History : Greek Proto-Corinthian Owl Aryballos, c. 630 BC  Proto-Corinthian style Greek pottery is a style that flourished at Corinth during the Oriental period (c. 725–c. 600 BC).

Ancient & Medieval History : Greek Proto-Corinthian Owl Aryballos, c. 630 BC Proto-Corinthian style Greek pottery is a style that flourished at Corinth during the Oriental period (c.

Faience inlay in the form of an owl, from Egypt, 525-305 BC (via).

theancientworld: “ aleyma: “ Faience inlay in the form of an owl, from Egypt, BC (via).

. The World’s Oldest Coin – 2,700 Years Old

The world’s oldest coin : minted by King Alyattes in Sardis, present-day Turkey, c.

Kamares ware spouted jar - Minoans on Crete - Middle Bronze Age (1900 - 1600 BC) - Minoan culture on Crete - first palace period (before earthquake) pottery.

Joseph Abhar - Kamares ware spouted jar - Minoans on Crete - Middle Bronze Age - 1600 BC) - Minoan culture on Crete - first palace period (before earthquake) pottery.

Black-figure olpe with Ajax and Achilles Gaming ca. 510-500 B.C. or later. Terracotta, black-figure with added red and white. Culture: Greek, Attic. Period: Late Archaic. | Copyright © 2015 The Yale University Art Gallery

Terracotta black-figure olpe with Ajax and Achilles gaming. Late Archaic Period, c.

Resultados da Pesquisa de imagens do Google para http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/images/h2/h2_66.30.5.jpg

Birds of the Andes

Owl Stirrup Spout Bottle Peru, Moche culture, century Ceramic, x Metropolitan Musuem,

The Antwerp Owl Goblet (1548-1549). Silver and coconut.  This is the oldest known Antwerp owl goblet. The head of the owl could be screwed off, so people could drink from its body .  An old Dutch saying was engraved around the neck of the bird: ‘Als alle ander fogels sin thoe neste sois min flige beste.’ (‘When all the birds are [lying] in their nests, my flight is best’) - Decribing the owl as a bird who is active at night.

tzilah: “ The Antwerp Owl Goblet Silver and coconut. This is the oldest known Antwerp owl goblet. The head of the owl could be screwed off, so people could drink from its body.

Corinthian Aryballos in the Shape of an Owl | Louvre Museum | Paris

“Corinthian Aryballos (perfume holder) in the Shape of an Owl Greek, Corinthian, ca.

Collar esclavo original/Original Slave Collar

*ITALY ~ Roman Slave medallion Photographed at the National Museum of Rome in the remains of the Terme di Diocleziano (Baths of Diocletian), Rome, Italy.

288. Atenes. Museu Arqueològic Nacional. Col·lecció de ceràmica.

Owl Art, Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Greece, Roman, Greek Pottery, Minoan, Coles, Athens Greece, Ceramic Clay

Athena's owl on the back of a four-drachma coin, ca 185 BC; Getty Museum   Athena was the patron goddess of the city of Athens. For almost five hundred years, beginning about 520-510 B.C., Athena and her owl were ever-present on Athenian coins, which are nicknamed "owls."

A silver coin from ancient Athens featuring an owl (symbol of the goddess Athena), an olive branch and an amphora for olive oil, symbols of Athens, Greece. (The J Paul Getty Museum) - owl image

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