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Terracotta lekythos (oil flask)  Attributed to the manner of the Sappho Painter

Herakles and Apollo contesting the Delphic tripod, with Artemis and AthenaA favored subject during the third quarter of the sixth century B. was the struggle between Herakles and Apollo for the Delphic tripod

Achilles and Penthesilea. This pottery dates from around 540 BC and is attributed to Exekias, an Ancient Greek vase painter and potter.

Achilles Slaying Penthesilea, black-figure amphora by Exekias, third quarter of the sixth century BC.

Apulian red-figure Amphora, attributed to the Patera painter, ca. 340 B.C

Scenes done in red figure and white detail Apulian red-figure Amphora, attributed to the Patera painter, ca. 340 B.

greek pottery - 9th century b.c. - these pieces of pottery were some of the first uses of the now famous "greek key pattern"

greek pottery - century b. - these pieces of pottery were some of the first uses of the now famous "greek key pattern"

Etruscan girl playing lyre. White ground lekythos , C.450BC. Etruscan pottery

Lyre-playing Muse Terpsichore seated on a rock inscribed "Helicon" (Attic white-ground lekythos, BC)

In our "Kickin' it Old School" summer camp session campers will learn about Greek vases and will create their very own!

Attributed to the Amasis Painter: Lekythos, ca. Archaic, black-figure Attributed to the Amasis Painter Greek, Attic The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Neck-amphora, ca. 540 b.c.; Archaic; black-figure  Attributed to Exekias  Greek, Attic  Terracotta

Neck–amphora, ca. 540 B. black–figure Attributed to Exekias Greek, Attic Terracotta This amphora is a consummate example of black-figure vase painting.

Ancient Pottery, Antique Print, 1897 Lithograph, Ceramics Print, Pottery Poster, Greek, Egyptian, Assyrian, Roman, Etruscan, Vases, Ceramic

Antique Pottery Black and White Engraving from the French Encyclopedia Nouveau Larousse Illustre Poterie Print - use as a visual reference

Pottery: black-figured amphora: men courting boys (back: the same).

This Greek pot dates from the sixth century BCE - British Museum

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Chapter 4 Part 2 Try finding a reproduction of some Greek pottery. Most vases, pitchers, and pots were made of clay with many variations of band patterns and silhouettes of animals and people.

Pottery: Panathenaic amphora with lid: Athena (back: foot-race). Greek. Attic. ca. 333-332 BC

Pottery: Panathenaic amphora with lid. Classical Greek (late) (archonship of Nikokrates). © The Trustees of the British Museum

Hydria: 520 BC attributed to Antimenes Painter (Greek) (Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio)

Etruscan black-figure pottery ~ ~ Black-figure pottery is characterized by silhouetted figures painted in black slip on a red clay body, details incised into the design, and a two-dimensional structure of form and space.

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