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[Drawing of Greek dancers: dance of thyades, from mystical cista, formerly Poniatowski collection, Rome. Illustrating positions of head, from Louvre Aryballos]
[Drawing of Greek dancers: dance of thyades, from mystical cista, formerly Poniatowski collection, Rome. Illustrating positions of head, from Louvre Aryballos]
[Greek pottery and terracottas]
[Greek pottery and terracottas]
[Greek pottery: vase, details of Komos dancers. VI century B.C.]
[Greek pottery: vase, details of Komos dancers. VI century B.C.]
[Greek vases]
[Greek vases]
[Greek vases]
[Greek vases]
[Greek vases: red-figured amphoras]
[Greek vases: red-figured amphoras]
[Musée du Louvre, (Paris, France). Deinos and oinochoae, from Rhodes, VII Century B.C.]
[Musée du Louvre, (Paris, France). Deinos and oinochoae, from Rhodes, VII Century B.C.]
[Musée du Louvre, (Paris, France). Hercules visit to Eurytius: Toxus, Klytius, Didaion, Eurytius, Iphitus, Iole and Hercules. Krater from Caere, VI Century B.C.]
[Musée du Louvre, (Paris, France). Hercules visit to Eurytius: Toxus, Klytius, Didaion, Eurytius, Iphitus, Iole and Hercules. Krater from Caere, VI Century B.C.]
[Musée du Louvre, (Paris, France). Komos, Kotyle attributed to Brygos, from Nola, V century B.C.]
[Musée du Louvre, (Paris, France). Komos, Kotyle attributed to Brygos, from Nola, V century B.C.]
[Musée du Louvre, (Paris, France). Man on couch with flute girl. Kylix, detail, inside, by Colmar Painter, from Vulci]
[Musée du Louvre, (Paris, France). Man on couch with flute girl. Kylix, detail, inside, by Colmar Painter, from Vulci]
[Musée du Louvre, (Paris, France). Start with the Argonauts or preparation for the battle of Marathon, kylix krater by Niobid painter, from Orvieto]
[Musée du Louvre, (Paris, France). Start with the Argonauts or preparation for the battle of Marathon, kylix krater by Niobid painter, from Orvieto]
[Museo Archeologico Nazionale, (Florence, Italy). Corinthian pottery: Oinochoae, Krater and four amphorae, last half of VI century]
[Museo Archeologico Nazionale, (Florence, Italy). Corinthian pottery: Oinochoae, Krater and four amphorae, last half of VI century]
[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). Achilles and Ajax playing dice by Exekias, amphora from Vulci, second half of VI century B.C.]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Amphorae by Nikosthenes, Warriors in combat and Warrior between
[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: Etruscan
[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). Apollo on a winged tripod with dolphins, detail, Hydria by Master of Berlin, from Vulci]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Apollo on a winged tripod with dolphins, detail, Hydria by Master of Berlin, from Vulci]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Aurora mourning over Memnon, Amphora (detail), 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). Komos, Kylix attributed to Makron, from Vulci]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Komos, Kylix attributed to Makron, from Vulci]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Man and woman at fountain, Hydria by Acheloos Painter]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Man and woman at fountain, Hydria by Acheloos Painter]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Oedipus asking the riddle of the Sphinx and Minerva and Jason, Kylikes (details, inside) attributed to Douris, from Vulci and Caere]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Oedipus asking the riddle of the Sphinx and Minerva and Jason, Kylikes (details, inside) attributed to Douris, from Vulci and Caere]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Phylax scene of Jove visiting Alcmene (Jove, Alcmene and Mercury), Krater from Vulci, IV century B.C.]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Phylax scene of Jove visiting Alcmene (Jove, Alcmene and Mercury), Krater from Vulci, IV century B.C.]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Sisyphus and Tityus in Hades, Kylix from Caere, VI century B.C.]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Sisyphus and Tityus in Hades, Kylix from Caere, VI century B.C.]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Symposium, Kylix (detail, outside) by Panaitos Master, from Vulci]
[Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, (Vatican City). Symposium, Kylix (detail, outside) by Panaitos Master, from Vulci]
[Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, (Rome, Italy). Aryballoi, n. 1-6; bombylioi, n. 1, 3-6; alabastron, n. 2. From Satricum, VII Century B.C.]
[Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, (Rome, Italy). Aryballoi, n. 1-6; bombylioi, n. 1, 3-6; alabastron, n. 2. From Satricum, VII Century B.C.]

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