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Ancient Greek pottery

JAM-Ancient Greek Pottery workshops benefitted from the economy by selling their pottery. The craft consisted of artistic sensibilities or what was popular during the era.

Book I Apollo shoots his arrows of plague into the Greek army camped outside of Troy

Detail of Apollon drawing his bow from a painting depicting the slaughter of the Niobides. The god is crowned with a laurel wreath and has a quiver slung from his side.

Ancient Greek Horse in Bronze

Greek Horse Sculpture in Bronze, Equine Decor, Greek Geometric Metal Art Sculpture, Museum Replica, Ancient Greece

Faces of Ancient Etruscan Civilization

Greek Mythology: Iako was the goddess of cures, remedies and modes of healing. She was a daughter and attendant of the medicine-god Asklepios( son of Apollo). Her sisters included Panakeia (All-Cure) and Hygeia (Good-Health)

Minerva (Athena), Graeco-Roman statue (alabaster, basalt, marble, plaster), 1st century BC / 1st century AD, (Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Rome).

Cult statue of Athena with the face of the Carpegna type (late century BC to early century CE), from the Piazza dell’Emporio, Rome.

"Discobolus" the ancient Greek sculptor Myron was the most famous masterpieces of the classical period. The Greeks defeated the Persians in the Battle of Marathon, came the desired peace and artists, to maintain a spirit of optimism, began to create new masterpieces in a more realistic manner. The original statue is made of bronze and is stored in the National Roman Museum.

"Discobolus" by the ancient Greek sculptor Myron was the most famous masterpiece of the classical period. The original statue is made of bronze and is stored in the National Roman Museum.

Lampsacus-Originally known as Pityusa or Pityussa (Ancient Greek: Πιτυούσ(σ)α), it was colonized from Phocaea and Miletus. In the 6th century BC Lampsacus was attacked by Miltiades the Elder and Stesagoras, the Athenian tyrants of the nearby Thracian Chersonese. During the 6th and 5th centuries BC, Lampsacus was successively dominated by Lydia, Persia, Athens, and Sparta; Stater Zeus Lampsacus CdM.jpg

Zeus, wearing a gold crown. Obverse of a gold stater from Lampsacus ( the nearby modern town of Lapseki, Turkey), ca. Now in the Cabinet des Médailles, Paris.

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GREEK Herakles wrestles Nereus, the old man of the sea. The god is depicted with a…

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