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2012 Olympic Games. Hoplitodromos. Side B from an Attic black-figure Panathenaic amphora, 323-322 BC. From Benghazi (Cyrenaica, now in Libya). Louvre Museum Link to information within the organization Department of Greek, Etruscan and Roman Antiquities. Photo: Marie-Lan Nguyen, Wikipedia.

2012 Olympic Games. Hoplitodromos. Side B from an Attic black-figure Panathenaic amphora, 323-322 BC. From Benghazi (Cyrenaica, now in Libya). Louvre Museum Link to information within the organization Department of Greek, Etruscan and Roman Antiquities. Photo: Marie-Lan Nguyen, Wikipedia.

Red Figured Krater (mixing vessel), depicting the death of Orpheus, Terracotta, Villa Giulia Painter, Greek, made in Athens, 460-450 BC, Getty Villa, Malibu, Dec. 2012

Red Figured Krater (mixing vessel), depicting the death of Orpheus, Terracotta, Villa Giulia Painter, Greek, made in Athens, 460-450 BC, Getty Villa, Malibu, Dec. 2012

Greek Black Figure Pottery | Recent Photos The Commons Getty Collection Galleries World Map App ...

Greek Black Figure Pottery | Recent Photos The Commons Getty Collection Galleries World Map App ...

Getty Villa - Collection | Oil Jar (Lekythos) with a Man Holding a Lyre - Greek (Athens, c. 480 BC)

Getty Villa - Collection | Oil Jar (Lekythos) with a Man Holding a Lyre - Greek (Athens, c. 480 BC)

Amphore à col (face A) : Scène de course en armes (hoplitodromos)  vers 550 av. J.-C., Céramique à figures noires, Provenance : Vulci, Staatliche Antikensammlungen, Munich

Amphore à col (face A) : Scène de course en armes (hoplitodromos) vers 550 av. J.-C., Céramique à figures noires, Provenance : Vulci, Staatliche Antikensammlungen, Munich

Heracles’ First Labor: The Nemean Lion - III | Attic white ground black-figured lekythos Made in Athens Attributed to “The Diosphos Painter” and “The Diosphos Potter” About 500-450 BC Paris, Musée du Louvre

Heracles’ First Labor: The Nemean Lion - III | Attic white ground black-figured lekythos Made in Athens Attributed to “The Diosphos Painter” and “The Diosphos Potter” About 500-450 BC Paris, Musée du Louvre

Doll holding crotals | Games and toys in Ancient Greece. The earliest dolls to be used by little girls appeared at the beginning of the 5th century BC. They were made in Corinth and consist of separately modeled limbs pierced with a hole and attached to the shoulders and hips by means of three tenons. Around 450–440 BC, a more sophisticated type of doll appeared in Athens, in which the legs were articulated not at the hips but at the knees. Around the end of the 5th century BC, limbs made of…

Doll holding crotals | Games and toys in Ancient Greece. The earliest dolls to be used by little girls appeared at the beginning of the 5th century BC. They were made in Corinth and consist of separately modeled limbs pierced with a hole and attached to the shoulders and hips by means of three tenons. Around 450–440 BC, a more sophisticated type of doll appeared in Athens, in which the legs were articulated not at the hips but at the knees. Around the end of the 5th century BC, limbs made of…

Attic Red Figure Chous, with Maltese dog under a hanging bunch of grapes, ca. 450-440 BC http://www.penn.museum/collections/object/26496 …

Attic Red Figure Chous, with Maltese dog under a hanging bunch of grapes, ca. 450-440 BC http://www.penn.museum/collections/object/26496 …

Greek comedy was a popular form of theatre performed in ancient Greece from the 6th cent. BCE http://www.ancient.eu/Greek_Comedy/

Greek comedy was a popular form of theatre performed in ancient Greece from the 6th cent. BCE http://www.ancient.eu/Greek_Comedy/

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