Greek Art and Life: From the Collections of the Fogg Art Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and Private Lenders

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  • Toy Chous (Juglet): Child Training a Dog

    Toy Chous (Juglet): Child Training a Dog

    Small trefoil-mouthed chous (juglet); decoration in Six's Technique (added paint and yellowish diluted gloss): child training a dog. Handle missing.

  • Helmet of Corinthian Type

    Helmet of Corinthian Type

  • Youthful Hero or God

    Youthful Hero or God

  • Fragment of a Kylix (drinking cup): Dancer with Castanets

    Fragment of a Kylix (drinking cup): Dancer with Castanets

    In the tondo of this cup, a dancer performs wearing a short tunic (chiton), her breasts exposed, with her hair tucked back into a headdress (sakkos). The fineness of her clothing is detailed in diluted glaze strokes in addition to slender black lines for folds. She holds out a set of castanets in front of her to accompany her dance. In the background is written “LEAGROS.”

  • Lekythos (oil flask)

    Lekythos (oil flask)

  • Warrior

    Warrior

  • Lekythos (oil flask): Athena holding a Corinthian helmet and spear, Doric column at left

    Lekythos (oil flask): Athena holding a Corinthian helmet and spear, Doric column at left

  • Fibula (probably 19th century reproduction of Etruscan original)

    Fibula (probably 19th century reproduction of Etruscan original)

    Granulated work of meanders, zigzags and wave pattern; at spring, a modelled ram's head; on clasp, a modelled duck.

  • Pair of Gold Earrings with Rams' Heads

    Pair of Gold Earrings with Rams' Heads

  • Komast Cup

    Komast Cup

  • Black-Figure Alabastron: Two Roosters

    Black-Figure Alabastron: Two Roosters

    Baggy alabastron decorated in black-figure technique with red added paint: heraldic roosters flanking floral pattern; rosette fillers and dot rosette under base.

  • Seated Youth

    Seated Youth

    Young boy seated on a rock wearing a mantle fastened at the right shoulder and falling in folds below his knees. Feet are clad in high laced boots. Head is turned slightly to the left and topped with short, curly hair. Back is modeled with a square vent hole. Plinth is missing. Extensive repairs visible from inside. (Central figure in photograph) Hard, pale reddish brown clay.

  • Satyr's Head Pendant

    Satyr's Head Pendant

    Pendant: center in image

  • Votive Relief to a Hellenistic Ruler on Horseback: Demetrios Poliorketes

    Votive Relief to a Hellenistic Ruler on Horseback: Demetrios Poliorketes

    This relief represents a horseman. He wears a tunic belted at the waist, an undergarment extending to just above the knees, and a cloak pinned at the right shoulder, flying out behind. The horseman has youthful features and wears a fillet in his hair. The horse prances to the right, rearing back slightly on the hind legs and with tail flowing out and down toward the groundline of the molding below. The ledge at the bottom of the relief and the lack of detail on the horseman’s hair and the horse’s mane indicate it was once part of a larger frieze or series of metopes on a building. Comparison with the equestrian figures on the so-called Alexander Sarcophagus suggest this horsemen is probably a Macedonian king, likely one of the successors of Alexander the Great. In particular it may represent Demetrios Poliorketes, king of Macedonia, Greece, and Asia Minor (c. 306-286/2 BC). The horseman’s facial features, especially the angle of his nose, is comparable to images of Demetrios that appear on his coinage. The marble is worn and heavily pitted, suggesting perhaps damage from exposure to salt. If the putative Athenian origin of this relief is accurate, this damage could indicate it was originally part of a structure built in the Piraeus, the port of Athens. This structure may have been torn down during the riots against Macedonian rule in Athens c. 200 BCE.

  • Panathenaic Prize Amphora (storage jar)

    Panathenaic Prize Amphora (storage jar)

    Side A: Athena Promachos advancing to right clothed in an archaic Ionic chiton ornamented with a dotted border in white and provided with rudimentary sleeves ending in two swallow-tails thrown over each shoulder, Attic helmet with tall crest, and brandishing a spear in her right while covering herself with a shield which she holds in her left. Her head, helmet, and right hand project into the upper border. On both shoulders and breast, crossing cords in white with a central knot which originally supported th e aegis, but now has almost entirely disappeared. Traces of a bracelet on her right wrist and sandals on her feet in light brown. On either side of her a Doric column, supporting a figure, that on the left a female, helmeted figure (probably Athena), holding a tiller, that on the right Zeus with sceptre and Nike. Along each column the inscriptions "kionedon," on the left TON ATHENETHEN ATHLON, on the right THEIOPHRASTOS ERXE. Side B: Athletic scene. In the center, two nude boxers full front, their hands bound with the cestus. At the right a trainer to left wearing a cloak draped over his left arm and a wreath in his hair, holding a staff in his left, his right outstretched. At the left a female figure draped entirely in a mantle which leaves only the upper part of her face bare, the lower part being outlined beneath it, leaning on a Doric column. Beside her head OLYMPIAS. Spout, shoulder, handles, and base glazed, with a reserved band on upper part of base. Palmette chain on neck at junction of handles and below an elongated tongue pattern shorter on B than on A. Panel on each side containing the design, that of A longer than B. Applied white is used for the exposed flesh surfaces of Athena and the details of her drapery, as well as those of the figures on the columns on A, head and feet of Olympias, wreath and staff of trainer and the column on B. Execution careful with good incisions, originally filled with white. Said to have come from Capua. Intact, except for the rim, which has been broken and repaired.

  • Mercury

    Mercury

  • Head of a Ram

    Head of a Ram

  • Weight in the Form of a Crouching Sphinx

    Weight in the Form of a Crouching Sphinx

  • Lekythos (oil flask): Offerings at a Tomb

    Lekythos (oil flask): Offerings at a Tomb

    Offerings at a tomb; in center, a garlanded stele with pediment on two steps; at r. a woman in a chiton with a cloak thrown over her l. shoulder, on the l. a draped youth leaning on a staff)

  • Kylix (drinking cup): Woman Pouring a Libation at an Altar

    Kylix (drinking cup): Woman Pouring a Libation at an Altar

  • Fragment of an Attic Grave Relief

    Fragment of an Attic Grave Relief

  • Standing

    Standing "Pappas"

    Flat bodied statuette with fully modelled face and high polos on head with deep hollow. Horizontally extended arms and base slightly widening toward the bottom which has depression.

  • Chorus of Actors

    Chorus of Actors

    In the Roman period, itinerant troupes of actors performed around Italy and the Roman World. This terracotta model of seven masked actors standing on the upper step of a plinth captures the sense of camraderie in the acting profession. They are bunched together like a modern chorus posing for a photograph, the outer members of the back row grasping the shoulders of their comrades in front of them. Their long-sleeved knee-length tunics and loose trousers may suggest that they are acting the role of a chorus of foreigners. Label text from Roman Gallery Installation, September 16, 1999 through 2008. Hard, bright orange-red clay with particles of mica (?). Remnants of white slip. Back sparsely modeled. No venthole. Bottom open. Group of seven figures standing on a high two-stepped plinth. Two lower central figures seen in entirety wearing loose trousers, knee-length, long-sleeved tunics, and masks. Two flanking outer figures half visible. Masks of three figures in back row visible over heads of front figures. Hand of end figures in back row visible on shoulder of half-visible end figures. Compact group. Back of figures barely distinguishable. NBR, Master's thesis

  • Piriform Aryballos

    Piriform Aryballos

    Intact. Star pattern and row of dots on rim, stripes on handle. On shoulder, two canines to right. On body, checker border, zone of four canines to right with dots in field, concentric stripes and rays on foot. Execution rather hasty.

  • Shallow Bowl with Tall Foot and Knobbed Lid

    Shallow Bowl with Tall Foot and Knobbed Lid

    Interior: in the center a whirl pattern in black bounded by a checker border between two stripes of applied purple. Around an animal zone, panther, goose, panther, goose, lion, ibex, panther, and ibex. Applied purple on the bodies of the animals and numerous ornaments in field. On the top and outer edge of the rim, zigzag border. Exterior: animal zone, sphinx wearing a polos, siren, sphinx, lion, ibex, lion, ibex, panther, swan, and panther. Numerous ornaments in field and applied purple on the bodies of the animals. Below, a dotted border and rays. On the stem, alternating broad stripes of red and purple and a zigzag border on outer edge of base. The foot is hollow and has a similar arrangement of stripes on the interior. Cover: On the button, radiating leaves and checker border with purple stripe between. Below, the same with two purple stripes and an animal zone, lion, goose, ibex, panther, sphinx with polos, siren, sphinx, and lion. Usual ornaments in field and applied purple on the bodies of the animals. On the edge, a checker border between two purple stripes and rays. Zone of rays on outer perimeter.

  • Actor's Mask

    Actor's Mask

    Female head with large bulging eyes, open mouth, highly arched eyebrows and a long, think, pointed nose. Her hair is combed away from her face in a thick roll. Traces of red on hair and face. Hollow. (Far right in photograph) Pale brown clay, powdery surface; traces of white slip and red pigment.

  • Head of a Horse

    Head of a Horse

  • Standing Woman

    Standing Woman

    Young woman standing in a chiton with himation wrapped around shoulders. "Melon" type coiffure with large knot at the back of her neck. Figure is attached to a flat, rectangular plinth that does not belong to the original figure. Back is modeled with a small, irregular vent hole. Traces of red on hair and purplish blue on the himation and chiton. Head was broken off and repaired. Soft, pale, yellowish brown clay; remains of white slip; traces of Egyptian blue and iron oxide red.

  • ANCIENT,FRAGMENT OF AN ATTIC,BLACK FIGURED VASE.

    ANCIENT,FRAGMENT OF AN ATTIC,BLACK FIGURED VASE.

  • Lekythos (oil flask): Hunter with Hare and Rabbit

    Lekythos (oil flask): Hunter with Hare and Rabbit

    White-ground lekythos. Scene depicts a young hunter who wears only a chlamys and walks to the right with a pole on his left shoulder from which are a dead hare and rabbit. With his right hand he touches the fox while looking back over his right shoulder. Above him is an inscription: KALOS ("beautiful one") A pair of addorsed, black palmettes frame the figure on both sides; above the figure, a meander patterns continues around the body. The shoulder is decorated with a chain of five black-figure palmettes. The vessel is intact except for a break at the spout.

  • Lekythos (oil flask): Visit to the Grave

    Lekythos (oil flask): Visit to the Grave

    A garlanded stele on two steps with a pediment; at r. a youth in a red cloak, at l. a woman holding a basket with garlands; she appears to be nude.

  • Seated Socrates

    Seated Socrates

  • Necklace Pendants with Granulated Female Heads

    Necklace Pendants with Granulated Female Heads

    Eleven necklace pendants in the form of female heads.

  • Seated Satyr

    Seated Satyr

    Statuette

  • Young Athlete in Repose

    Young Athlete in Repose

  • Black-Figure Aryballos: Winged Mistress of Animals

    Black-Figure Aryballos: Winged Mistress of Animals

    Intact. Rosette on top of rim, shoulder, and base, dots on edge of rim, stripes on handle. On body, winged Mistress of Animals to right holding two geese by their necks and behind her a lion. Two flying birds and rosettes in field. Black figure.

  • Head of a Woman

    Head of a Woman

  • Neck Amphora (storage jar): Nereus (or Triton) with Scepter and Dolphin; Woman Running

    Neck Amphora (storage jar): Nereus (or Triton) with Scepter and Dolphin; Woman Running

    On one side: a half-anthropomorphic, half-fish sea-god, Nereus, or perhaps Triton. He faces to the right and carries a scepter in his right hand with his little finger extended, and a dolphin in his left, which he holds by the tail. He has long curly hair tied into a bun and a beard. He wears a wreath in added red on his head, and a cloak (himation) decorated with triple dot motifs over a long-sleeved tunic (chiton). Instead of legs, he has a huge fish tail, which rises out of the bottom of his cloak (which conceals the junction between man and fish) and curves around before it ends in a stylised crescent-shaped tail fin, more like a dolphin’s tail than a fish’s. The tail is slightly tinted with dilute glaze and is decorated with single dots in a grid-like arrangement, with a reserved stripe marked out along its length. There are two pairs of fins coming out of the tail. On the other side: presumably a Nereid. The Nereids were the sea-nymph daughters of Nereus, the most famous of whom is Thetis, the mother of Achilles. She walks to the left with a wide step, her arms extended in front of her. Her right hand is higher up and seems to point toward the left. She wears a long-sleeved tunic (chiton). This woman is not specifically identified by an inscription or by any iconographical detail, but we can be reasonably sure from the context – alongside the sea god – that she is a Nereid. Strips of meander pattern act as ground line for the two figures, and are the only ornamental decoration. A small trident/psi has also been carved into the foot, apparently in modern times; the same mark is found on the foot of 1927.148, another amphora donated by Edward Perry Warren.

  • Protome of a Griffin from a Brazier

    Protome of a Griffin from a Brazier

  • Skyphos

    Skyphos

  • Head of Ares, Roman copy after a Greek original of c. 430-420 BC

    Head of Ares, Roman copy after a Greek original of c. 430-420 BC

  • Kylix (drinking cup): Warrior; Warriors Practicing

    Kylix (drinking cup): Warrior; Warriors Practicing

    Interior: Warrior with shield and lance; exterior: Warriors in combat.

  • Bust of a Youth

    Bust of a Youth

    Male head, turned to left and inclined slightly forward. Left shoulder is higher than the right, right arm is extended and bent. Ridged conical Phrygian type cap that reveals locks of hair framing either side of face. Eyes are open, lids clearly defined, and tips of teeth protrude from slightly parted lips. Pale, pinkish clay; remains of white slip; traces of red pigment on hair.

  • Gold Fillet with Gods

    Gold Fillet with Gods

    Gods from left to right: Hestia, Ares, Aphrodite, Poseidon, Hera, Zeus, Athena, Hephaistos, Artemis, Apollo, Asklepios (?), Hermes.

  • Kabeirion Skyphos depicting Kirke or Penelope at the loom

    Kabeirion Skyphos depicting Kirke or Penelope at the loom

    From the Kabeirion, Thebes. Side A: Odysseus and Kirke. On the left a large loom, before which a female figure clad in a chiton is sitting with both hands extended. Facing her to left two men wearing chlamydes and piloi, the first leaning on a staff. Only their heads and shoulders are preserved. Side B: Grape clusters. Below, encircling the entire vase, broad, glazed band intersected by two narrow reserved stripes. Reddish bands on edge of foot and concentric circles underneath. Exterior reserved, interior entirely covered with a reddish brown glaze. Execution hasty and incisions careless.

  • Pitcher: Boy Running to Right with Spear

    Pitcher: Boy Running to Right with Spear

    Pitcher-Oinochoe Type VIII.

  • Snake-headed Bracelet

    Snake-headed Bracelet

  • Squat Lekythos (oil flask): Figure in Chiton and Mantle

    Squat Lekythos (oil flask): Figure in Chiton and Mantle

    Hovering winged? figure in chiton and mantle. Faint lines on the chiton, hair outline reserved. Hasty technique. Intact.

  • Stamnos (mixing vessel) with Cover: Dionysos, Maenads, and Satyr

    Stamnos (mixing vessel) with Cover: Dionysos, Maenads, and Satyr

    Red-figure stamnos with lid. Side A: a thiasos. A bearded Dionysos processes to the right, wearing a long chiton, himation, and ivy wreath. In his lowered right hand is a kantharos and in his left is a vertical thyrsos. The god turns back, looking at the maenad behind him. Wearing a peplos, she holds a lighted torch in her left hand and an oinochoe in her right. To the right of Dionysos is a satyr followed by a second maenad, both wearing wreaths. Nude and beardless, the satyr plays the double-pipes. The maenad wears a flowing peplos and her hair is loose around her shoulders. She looks back towards the procession and a kithara hangs from her wrist. Side B: satyr and maenads. Nude and bearded, a satyr runs to the right, chasing a maenad. Below the satyr is a drinking horn. The maenad, wearing a belted peplos, flees to the right holding a horizontal thrysos in her right hand. At the far left, a second maenad flees the scene. She wears an unbelted peplos and carries a thyrsos. Both maenads wear a fillet and wreath, rendered in added white. Figures stand on a groundline consisting of maeanders and cross-squares. Added white is used throughout for details including the satyr's musculature, wreaths, and the tips of the thyrsoi. A pair of stacked palmettes with tendrils appear below each handle, which are also topped with an additional palmette.

  • Kylix (drinking cup): Satyr and Maenad; Dionysos, Satyrs, and Maenads

    Kylix (drinking cup): Satyr and Maenad; Dionysos, Satyrs, and Maenads

    Interior tondo: Maenad and satyr. On the right, a maenad walks right and looks back at the satyr. She wears a long, gauzy chiton, black-bordered himation, and sakkos (cap). Her garments are heavily draped and the chiton is transparent across her chest, showing the outline of her breasts. In her right hand, the maenad holds a thyrsus. To the left, the satyr stands nude embracing the maenad with his left arm. He is nude with a tail and long beard. Behind the satyr is a drinking horn and rocky ledge. Exterior Side A: Dionysos, maenads and satyrs. A bearded Dionysos stands in the center, flanked on either side by a pair of satyrs maenads. The god wears an ivy wreath on his head and holds a drinking cup in his right hand along with an ivy branch in his left. The satyrs are both nude with tail and beard and each maenad holds a thyrsus. Exterior Side B: Maenads and satyrs. Three maenads and two satyrs. The interior tondo is framed with a meander border and a series of volute-palmettes are beneath each handle. Limited use of added red delineates the maenads and satyrs's fillets.

  • Lekythos (oil flask): Nike (Victory) Pouring a Libation at an Altar

    Lekythos (oil flask): Nike (Victory) Pouring a Libation at an Altar

  • Statuette

    Statuette

  • Torso of an Athlete, Hero (Meleager) or a Young God (Hermes?), after a 4th century BC Greek original in the Polykleitan style

    Torso of an Athlete, Hero (Meleager) or a Young God (Hermes?), after a 4th century BC Greek original in the Polykleitan style

  • Veiled Dancer

    Veiled Dancer

    Figurine represents a veiled dancer on a platform, in a long himation with a "tegidion" veil worn over a blue chiton. Dancing, with left foot crossed over right, right hand touching right shoulder, left hand raised to shoulder-height. Folds of drapery rather schematic, radiating from shoulders. Plinth with vegetal pattern, bulbous corners. Rough back with large venthole, undecorated, interior clearly visible. Large amounts of surviving white slip, Egyptian Blue on chiton, iron oxide red on base. Pale, pinkish brown clay and powdery surface.

  • Fragment of a Lekythos (oil flask): Head and Shoulders of a Youth

    Fragment of a Lekythos (oil flask): Head and Shoulders of a Youth

    Three joint fragments from a tall white-ground lekythos: head of a youth with curly, reddish brown hair, facing left, wearing a red mantle and holding a bowl or basket.

  • Head and Chest of Apollo

    Head and Chest of Apollo

  • Fragment of a Box Mirror Relief with a Hunter with Dog

    Fragment of a Box Mirror Relief with a Hunter with Dog

  • Zeus with Eagle

    Zeus with Eagle

  • Ladle with Handle Terminating in Duck's Head

    Ladle with Handle Terminating in Duck's Head

  • Krater Fragment: Warriors

    Krater Fragment: Warriors

  • New Comedy Seated Eros with Mask and Cock

    New Comedy Seated Eros with Mask and Cock

  • Head of a Woman from a Statuette

    Head of a Woman from a Statuette

  • Seated Woman

    Seated Woman

    Block-like figure seated on throne, limbs of figure and back and side of throne barely articulated; arms rest with hands on knees, feet on stool. Either a fillet or curled hair in semi-circle over forehead; plain veil, no crown. Small hole on bottom of base. Mold-made.

  • Mule Carrying Jar

    Mule Carrying Jar

    Standing with four legs spread apart. Long face and ears. Large round jar placed on back. Lump of clay between raised tail and jar. Very lively representation. Traces of red pigment and remains of white slip.

  • Doll with Articulated Arms and Legs

    Doll with Articulated Arms and Legs

    Small terracotta doll with moveable arms and legs. Her head and body are one continuous piece, with the arms joined to the shoulders by pieces of metal. The arms are long and straight, and only the thumb is detailed. The legs are attached to the inside of her dress with string. The legs are made of one continuous piece, without any detail around the knee, though they are wider towards the middle of the leg. The legs end in undetailed, rounded feet, which have been broken and reattached at the ankles. The head is carved to show a nose, chin, and slight mouth, yet the eyesockets are not deeply carved. Her hair appears to be pulled back into a pointed style behind her head. The terracotta is rough and the reddish color remains only in a few places, such as her neck, left arm, and sides.

  • Europa Seated on a Bull

    Europa Seated on a Bull

  • Head of a Barbarian or Giant

    Head of a Barbarian or Giant

  • Standing Figure

    Standing Figure

    Statuette. Figure extremely flattened and set upon an elliptical base with raised interior. No attempt to represent the legs. Arms are stubs.

  • Pyxis with Cover

    Pyxis with Cover

    On the body, a household scene: between two Doric columns a woman seated to right on a stool, clothed in an Ionic chiton and cloak. On the ground before her a wool-basket. Facing her a woman, similarly clad, holding out a mirror. Next another woman seated on a stool to right holding a small wool-basket in her right hand, then two more women with a cushioned stool between them, the right hand figure holding out a wool-basket in her right hand. All the figures are similarly clad in chiton and cloak. Outline of hair reserved in all cases. On the cover three bulls walking to left and two rocks in the field. Hasty drawing. Intact (cover broken).

  • Torso of Aphrodite

    Torso of Aphrodite

  • Pelike depicting Helen and Paris

    Pelike depicting Helen and Paris

    The scene on the front of the pelike (jar) comprises five figures: a couple consisting of a woman and a young man, flanked by a boy and second woman, respectively. A small Eros flutters in between. The central woman holds a lobed shallow bowl--likely meant to be of precious metal--in her proper left hand and lifts the upper edge of her finely pleated garment with her right. She faces a young man seated on a rocky outcrop, which is indicated by fine lines incised into the black background. He sits in a relaxed pose, with crossed legs, his right hand placed on his knee, and holding two long spears in his left. His richly patterned clothing consists of a cap with long flaps and a body suit with zigzag patterns below a sleeveless garment richly decorated with elongated triangles, volutes, diamonds, and a wreath motif. Reminiscent of the clothing worn by Greece’s eastern neighbors, this highly ornate, “foreign” costume was used by Greek vase painters to characterize barbarians. Here it probably denotes a mythical easterner: Paris, prince of Troy (Adonis has been proposed, as well). Paris’ gaze is focused on the woman before him, likely the beautiful Helen, while he is crowned by Eros flying above. The woman behind Paris holds another, now barely visible garland up to his head. She could be the goddess Aphrodite or her companion Peitho (“persuasion”). She stands firmly on the ground line, as does the boy on the other side of the composition. He, too, is characterized by his rich eastern dress with zigzag and leaf patterns and wears a floppy cap with long flaps. With his left he extends a drinking horn, whose striped pattern was probably intended to denote its material as gold or silver, another barbarian attribute and a reference to the wealth of the royal house of Troy. The simpler scene on the pelike’s back features three women: a central woman holding a box and two fringed, patterned sashes or towels, a woman fully wrapped in a large mantle with a thick, black border (on the left), and another woman with mantle holding what appears to be a garland (on the right). The figures are more cursorily drawn than those on the front. Double palmettes decorate the lower handle attachment. Most of the finer lines are slightly raised, and raised dots decorate belts and borders of the elaborate garments. Diluted glaze was used for selected ornaments and the soft folds of the caps. Faint traces of added paint remain for the garlands held by Eros and the woman standing behind Paris. On the back, added paint was used to render the hairbands of all three women, the fringes of the sashes held by the central woman, and the garland held by the woman on the right. Pre-drawings are visible on all figures painted on the vessel’s front. The vessel is complete but has some minor surface erosion and manganese staining.

  • Toy Chous (Juglet): Child Training a Dog
  • Helmet of Corinthian Type
  • Youthful Hero or God
  • Fragment of a Kylix (drinking cup): Dancer with Castanets
  • Lekythos (oil flask)
  • Warrior
  • Lekythos (oil flask): Athena holding a Corinthian helmet and spear, Doric column at left
  • Fibula (probably 19th century reproduction of Etruscan original)
  • Pair of Gold Earrings with Rams' Heads
  • Komast Cup
  • Black-Figure Alabastron: Two Roosters
  • Seated Youth
  • Satyr's Head Pendant
  • Votive Relief to a Hellenistic Ruler on Horseback: Demetrios Poliorketes
  • Panathenaic Prize Amphora (storage jar)
  • Mercury
  • Head of a Ram
  • Weight in the Form of a Crouching Sphinx
  • Lekythos (oil flask): Offerings at a Tomb
  • Kylix (drinking cup): Woman Pouring a Libation at an Altar
  • Fragment of an Attic Grave Relief
  • Standing
  • Chorus of Actors
  • Piriform Aryballos
  • Shallow Bowl with Tall Foot and Knobbed Lid
  • Actor's Mask
  • Head of a Horse
  • Standing Woman
  • ANCIENT,FRAGMENT OF AN ATTIC,BLACK FIGURED VASE.
  • Lekythos (oil flask): Hunter with Hare and Rabbit
  • Lekythos (oil flask): Visit to the Grave
  • Seated Socrates
  • Necklace Pendants with Granulated Female Heads
  • Seated Satyr
  • Young Athlete in Repose
  • Black-Figure Aryballos: Winged Mistress of Animals
  • Head of a Woman
  • Neck Amphora (storage jar): Nereus (or Triton) with Scepter and Dolphin; Woman Running
  • Protome of a Griffin from a Brazier
  • Skyphos
  • Head of Ares, Roman copy after a Greek original of c. 430-420 BC
  • Kylix (drinking cup): Warrior; Warriors Practicing
  • Bust of a Youth
  • Gold Fillet with Gods
  • Kabeirion Skyphos depicting Kirke or Penelope at the loom
  • Pitcher: Boy Running to Right with Spear
  • Snake-headed Bracelet
  • Squat Lekythos (oil flask): Figure in Chiton and Mantle
  • Stamnos (mixing vessel) with Cover: Dionysos, Maenads, and Satyr
  • Kylix (drinking cup): Satyr and Maenad; Dionysos, Satyrs, and Maenads
  • Lekythos (oil flask): Nike (Victory) Pouring a Libation at an Altar
  • Statuette
  • Torso of an Athlete, Hero (Meleager) or a Young God (Hermes?), after a 4th century BC Greek original in the Polykleitan style
  • Veiled Dancer
  • Fragment of a Lekythos (oil flask): Head and Shoulders of a Youth
  • Head and Chest of Apollo
  • Fragment of a Box Mirror Relief with a Hunter with Dog
  • Zeus with Eagle
  • Ladle with Handle Terminating in Duck's Head
  • Krater Fragment: Warriors
  • New Comedy Seated Eros with Mask and Cock
  • Head of a Woman from a Statuette
  • Seated Woman
  • Mule Carrying Jar
  • Doll with Articulated Arms and Legs
  • Europa Seated on a Bull
  • Head of a Barbarian or Giant
  • Standing Figure
  • Pyxis with Cover
  • Torso of Aphrodite
  • Pelike depicting Helen and Paris
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