The Sphinx, a lion-woman | Greek vase, Athenian red figure kylix
Ancient Greek, Spiritual Mythology, Ancient Egypt, Female Sphinx, Greek Sphinx, Greek Plates, Greek Mythology, Greek Art, Ancient Art
Greek sphinx, daughter of the serpent Echidna, sister of Cerberus.
Sphinx on an ancient Greek plate
ANCIENT EGYPT: The Sphinx: From Female to Male, and Flaubert´s Impressions.
Ancient Greek Art: Pegasus
Furniture support: female sphinx with Hathor-style curls
Assyrian Trade, Hathor Styl Curls Middle, Relief Ivoryalabasteretc, Female Sphinx, Bronze Age Old, Curls Middle Bronze, Furniture Support, Age Old Assyrian, Ivory Bones
Furniture support: female sphinx with Hathor-style curls,middle bronze age,old Assyrian Trading Colony. ca 18th century BC Anatolia. Ivory bone.
GRECO-SCYTHIAN GOLD SPHINX BRACELET, 400-350 BC With sphinx protomes, stamped, filigreed and granulated. Found during excavations in 1830 in the Kul Oba Barrow located near Kerch,Crimea
History, Bracelets, Gold
Ancient & Medieval History
Greco-Scythian Gold Sphinx Bracelet, 400-350 BC
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Archaic Periodic, Mixing Bowls, 630615, Mixed Bowls, Terracotta Dino, Dino Mixed, Ancient Greece, Polyteleia Painters, Metropolitan Museums
Attributed to the Polyteleia Painter | Terracotta dinos (mixing bowl) | Greek, Corinthian | ca. 630–615 B.C. | Terracotta; black-figure | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Art from the Archaic Period of Greek history adopts a more naturalistic style, most likely due to the growing cultural influence of the Near East and Egypt, reflected by this mixing bowl's animal figures. Actual vases from the Archaic Period were often decorated with mythological scenes, exemplifying the expansion of artistry during the cultural revival taking place in Ancient Greece.
The Lion of Chaeronea
Egyptian Sphinx, Ancient Culture, Ancient Artifact, Sphinx Plates, Art Egyptian, Bc Plates, Ancient Civilians, 7Th Century, Ancient Ceramics
7th century BC plate with sphinx from Rhodes, Louvre
Egyptian Sphinx, Plate from Rhodes, end 7th century BC, Found in Kameiros, 1864
Rare Egyptian Rock Crystal Sphinx Ring, New Kingdom, Rammesside Period, 19th-20th Dynasty, 1295-1069 BC To date, there are virtually no examples of rings with three-dimensional representations of sphinxes on their bezels.
Egyptian Sphinx, Crystals Rings, Crystals Sphinx, Rocks Crystals, Rammessid Periodic, Egyptian Rocks, Rare Egyptian, Sphinx Rings, 19Th 20Th Dynasty
Rare Egyptian Rock Crystal Sphinx Ring, New Kingdom, Rammesside Period, 19th-20th Dynasty, 1295-1069 BC
Carved Egyptian sphinx rock crystal ring 1295-1069 bc Amazing how modern it feels!
Ancient Greek proto-Corinthian ceramic olpe with lions, bulls, ibex and sphinxes, ca.640-30 BC | Louvre
Proto Corinthians Olp, Ancient Greek, Ceramics Pottery, Greek Pottery, 640 30 Bc, Ancientgreek, Ancient Greece, Greek Art, Ancient Art
Archaeic Greek Art http://www.saylor.org/site/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/HIST301-2.1.4-ArchaicArt-FINAL.pdf
Ancient Greek pottery showing a goat as well as other animals #ceramics #pottery #ancient
Olpe sphinx - Pottery of Ancient Greece
Furniture Support, ca. 1800–1700 B.C. Old Assyrian Trading Colony. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of George D. Pratt, 1932 (32.161.46) | The body of the sphinx is leonine in form, and its spiral locks derive from those of the Egyptian goddess Hathor. The appearance of Egyptian features and motifs in the arts of Anatolia is evidence of cultural interaction in the early second millennium B.C. #OneMetManyWorlds
Egyptian Goddess, Gift, Metropolitan Museum
Sphinx, lion's mane and pharaoh's beard - Egypt
Hatshepsut Display, Pharaoh Beards, Egyptian Artifact, Art Prints, Egypt Egyptian, Ancient Egypt, Lion Mane, Art Sculptures, Sphinx Egypt
✮ As a sphinx, Hatshepsut displays a lion's mane and a pharaoh's beard - Egypt #sphinx #egypt #egyptian #art #sculpture
As A Sphinx, Hatshepsut Displays Photograph by Kenneth Garrett - As A Sphinx, Hatshepsut Displays Fine Art Prints and Posters for Sale
Egyptian artifacts are part of The Stolen Chalice As a sphinx, Hatshepsut displays a lion's mane and a pharaoh's beard - Egypt
Head of Ares - after Greek original by Alkamenes 420 B.C, at the State Hermitage Museum, Saint-Petersburg