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Amphora decorated with high relief frieze of war on the Amazons. Etruria, 4th C. BCE etruscan
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The rhytonized amphora from the Mogilanovo's mound is 14 cm high, with a diameter of 6 cm, made of silver and dating back to 339 B.C. According to the scientists it is part of an Odrysian royal set. Its body is formed as a fir-cone. The fir-cone is part of the Dionysius scepter which is engirdled with ivy and vine leaves and ends up with a fir-cone. On the scales of the cone one can see the stylized relief patterns of sun symbols.
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Vasija de Centuripe, Siglo 2 o 3 AC Sicilia Italia
Salt Cellar, Italian, ca. 1590-1610.
Bronze hydria ("kalpis") with fluted handles. Greek, 4th century B.C.
#Maiolica Ewer -- 19th Century -- Italian
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Figure of Bacchus/Dionysus Roman copy, 2nd century CE, after Greek original. Late 4th-early 3rd century BCE. Marble.
AN ETRUSCAN RED-FIGURED COLUMN KRATER, CIRCA 330-320 B.C. one side of the body decorated with the profile head of a young satyr facing left and wearing a diadem
Gordium: capital of ancient Phrygia, modern Yassihüyük. A men on a bull,ivory carving Gordium has a nice museum. On this page, you can see several photos; some of them are from the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations in Ankara.
Estatuilla #vinca. #Novela "El ídolo", Eva Lara
Free standing monumental Thrysus from the Temple of Attis at Ostia