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[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Achilles and Ajax playing dice by Exekias, amphora from Vulci, second half of VI century B.C.]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Amphora detail with Iolas, Hercules and Minerva. Attributed to Kleophrades, from Vulci]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Amphorae by Nikosthenes, Warriors in combat and Warrior between "eyes" (obverse and reverse), from Caere]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Amphorae from Vulci. One representing Boreas, Phineas (seated) and Hermes. Second half of VI Century B.C.]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Amphorae: Etruscan "Pontic" ware, from Vulci; Greek "Tyrrhenian" ware, Combat of Achilles and Memnon, from Caere. VI Century B.C.]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Athletes. Pan-Athenaic amphora, detail, from Vulci. Second half of VI Century B.C.]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Aurora mourning over Memnon, Amphora (detail), second half of VI century B.C.]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Hercules fetching Cerberus from Hades with Minerva, Pluto and Proserpine, amphora, second half of VI century B.C.]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Neptune and Polybotes. Amphora, detail, from Vulci]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). The departure of Hector, detail of Priam. Amphora by Hector painter]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Thracian man and woman, amphora from Vulci, by Master of Berlin]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Young warrior, Achilles. Amphora, detail by Achilles painter]
[National Museum, (Athens, Greece). Geometric amphora. Dipylon ware from the Cerameikos, Athens. VIII Century B.C.]
[National Museum, (Athens, Greece). Hercules and Nessus centaur (on neck), Gorgons (on shoulder), Nessus Amphora by Nessus Painter, from Cerameikos, Athens]
[National Museum, (Athens, Greece). Mercury and Minerva (on neck), Hercules abducting Iole (on body), Melian amphora from Melos, VII century B.C.]
[Pottery, (Ostia, Italy). Stamps on the handles of wine Rhodian amphorae]
[Saint Romain en Gal, archaeological area, view of the room with "sanitaire d'amphores" (Lyon, France)] [graphic]