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Vase à étrier : anse gravée d'un signe XIVe - XIIIe siècles avant J.-C. Ras Shamra-Ougarit, Acropole, tombe 37 Céramique mycénienne musée du Louvre

Détail ~ Sculpture grecque ( peut représenter Apollo ) 6ème siècle avant J.C. - Musée archéologique de Delphes , en Grèce , sculpture chryséléphantine ,

Musée du Louvre Memory - the Winged Venus of Samothrace will be the first marvelous sculpture to welcome you upon entering the Louvre museum galleries. It stands at the cross landing of the staircase leading to the exhibits. The stairs to the right of the statue is the gallery where Mona Lisa is seen.

Figure féminine Cycladique II - Marbre.-2300 -2200 avant J.C. La tête avait cassé le long cou mince. Un canal a été coupé dans les côtés du cou et de la tête et rempli de plomb : une technique utilisée pour la première fois dans le premier millénaire avant J.C. La réparation peut être contemporaine de la pièce ou date de 1000 ans plus tard.

Polychrome terracotta vase, made for a tomb, showing a bride and three female attendants. Centuripe, Sicily, 3rd–2nd century B.C. (Hellenistic period) Source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Attributed to the Class of Seven Lobster-Claws. Terracotta vase in the form of a lobster claw, ca. 460 B.C. Greek. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1923 (23.160.57)

Terracotta lebes gamikos (round-bottomed bowl with handles and stand used in weddings) Attributed to the Washing Painter. Terracotta lebes gamikos (round-bottomed bowl with handles and stand used in weddings), ca. 430–420 B.C. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1907 (07.286.35a, b) | Scenes of brides such as this are basically variants of those showing women in their domestic interiors. The nuptial representations are distinguished by objects that are specific to…

Terracotta horse's head, 3rd century B.C. Greek, South Italian (?). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1910 (10.210.83)