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Kore. 510

Kore

Kore

Kore, circa 510 BC. Taken by the Acropolis Museum. Athens, Greece. S

Kore

Kore Statue

Attic Kore

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Peplos Kore

Kore, 500

Kore 675

Terracotta bust of Kore/Persephone, National Archaeological Museum, Athens

Terracotta psykter (vase for cooling wine) Attributed to Oltos Period: Archaic Date: ca. 520–510 B.C. Culture: Greek, Attic Medium: Terracotta

Kore from the Acropolis Archaic period (600 – 480 BCE) The Kouros and Kore statues were usually lifesize or larger, and made of marble. The kouros (male statue) was always nude and the koure (female statue) was always clothed. The left leg is always forward, the arms are close to the body, touching the side of their thighs. Strict symmetry, simple geometric forms, no individualization. http://www.historywiz.com/galleries/koure.html

"Kore" from teh Athenian Acropolis (c.520 BC), marble, Athens, Acropolis Museum.

Acropolis Kore, (Ancient Greek Teenager), 530 BCE. She wears a chiton, the lower garment with the wavy folds, under a heavy shawl-like epiblema. On her head is a curved tiara called a stephane. These statues are known for their ornately patterned hair, accessories, and archaic smiles.

Head from the figure of a woman, ca. 2700–2500 b.c.; Early Cycladic I–II. Cycladic; Keros-Syros culture.

Grave stele of a little girl, ca. 450–440 B.C. Greek Parian marble

Statue of Aphrodite [Greek] (2006.509) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Hellenistic Glass | Gold-glass alabastron, 1st century b.c.

Marble statuette of Aphrodite Anadyomene (rising) Hellenistic , 3rd - 2nd century BC