Athena’s aegis, bearing the Gorgon, here resembles closely the skin of the huge serpent who guards the golden fleece (regurgitating Jason); cup by Douris, Classical Greece, early fifth century BC - Vatican Museum

Dressrehearsalrag: Jason Being Regurgitated By the Snake Who Keeps the Golden Fleece (Center, Hanging on the Tree); Athena Stands To the Right. Red-Figured Cup By Douris, c. From Cerveteri (Etruria) Picture on VisualizeUs

The deeds of Ancient Greek hero Theseus, on an Attic red-figured kylix, c. 440–430 BC. The center shows Theseus slaying the Minotaur, the act for which he is most famous.

The deeds of Ancient Greek hero Theseus, on an Attic red-figured kylix, c. The center shows Theseus slaying the Minotaur, the act for which he is most famous.

Tondo: women preparing wool    Photograph by Maria Daniels, courtesy of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Preußischer Kulturbesitz: Antikensammlun, February - March 1992

Tondo: women preparing wool Photograph by Maria Daniels, courtesy of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Preußischer Kulturbesitz: Antikensammlun, February - March 1992

One of the Earliest Images of Someone Reading a Papyrus Roll (440 BCE – 435 BCE) : HistoryofInformation.com

Eretria Painter BCE / A school scene where Linos is inspecting the papyrus vertically while Mousaios, reads from a wood tablet

Signet-ring Gold, 2.1x1.4 cm Imereti, Vani         Museum	Museum of Georgia Collection	Archaeology Period	second half of the 4th century

Signet-ring Gold, cm Imereti, Vani Museum Museum of Georgia Collection Archaeology Period second half of the century

Silver and gold leaf statuette of Aphrodite. Greek or Roman. Late Hellenistic or Imperial Period.  1st century B.C.–1st century A.D. | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

aleyma: Greek or Roman, Statuette of Aphrodite, century BC - century AD (source). Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

A GREEK BRONZE CHALCIDIAN HELMET circa 4th century b.c. Of hammered sheet, with a rounded bowl off-set from the neck- and cheek-guards and the brim by a ridge, the neck-guard flaring along the back edge, the forward elements adorned with relief ornament illustrating the Herakles cycle, including, on the brim, the infant Herakles struggling with the serpents of Hera, on the left cheek-guard, the hero wearing the Nemean lion skin, battling the Lernean Hydra

A GREEK BRONZE CHALCIDIAN HELMET circa century b. Of hammered sheet, with a rounded bowl off-set from the neck- and cheek-guards and the brim by a ridge, the neck-guard flaring along the back.

Artemis, sporting a sweet Medusa icon, classical Greek vase painting

Athena, goddess of Wisdom, Warfare, Divine intelligence, Architecture and Crafts Patron Goddess of Athens

Description: Necklace Composed of 94 beads and 47 Corn-shaped Pendants. In total 141 units. Material(s): Gold Date of Object: century BC

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