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Archaic Collection

Background imageArchaic Collection: SOSIAS, Painter (ca

SOSIAS, Painter (ca. 500 BC-). Vase of Sosias. Achilles bandaging his friend Patroclus arm. Inside decoration. Archaic

Background imageArchaic Collection: Phoenician art. Cyprus. Bust of a bearded man. 6th century B

Phoenician art. Cyprus. Bust of a bearded man. 6th century BC. Archaic Period. Limestone. It comes from Golgoi (Cyprus). Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York. United States

Background imageArchaic Collection: Athena fighting between Hector and Achilles

Athena fighting between Hector and Achilles. Attic black-figure kylix. Archaic Greek art. Ceramics

Background imageArchaic Collection: The Archaic Artemis

The Archaic Artemis, Diana was the goddess of the hunt, the moon and childbirth, associated with wild animals and woodland

Background imageArchaic Collection: Base of a funerary kouros with six athletes

Base of a funerary kouros with six athletes. 510 -500 BC. Archaic Greek art. Relief on marble. GREECE. Athens. National Museum of Archaeology. Proc: GREECE. Athens. Acropolis

Background imageArchaic Collection: Cycladic relief. Pithos. Depiction of Potnia Theron

Cycladic relief. Pithos. Depiction of Potnia Theron, the Mistress of the Animals. Goddess of nature, crowned with flowers and shotts, flanked by two rampant lionesses and two submissive women

Background imageArchaic Collection: Tower Bridge, Southern Main Pier, masonry superstructure

Tower Bridge, Southern Main Pier, masonry superstructure, October 1893 Date: 1893

Background imageArchaic Collection: Tower Bridge, Northern Main Pier, masonry superstructure

Tower Bridge, Northern Main Pier, masonry superstructure, November 1893 Date: 1893

Background imageArchaic Collection: Tower Bridge, Middlesex Abutment, West Side

Tower Bridge, Middlesex Abutment, West Side Date: circa 1892

Background imageArchaic Collection: Tower Bridge, Masonry Arch over North Pier

Tower Bridge, Masonry Arch over North Pier Date: circa 1892

Background imageArchaic Collection: Tower Bridge, Masonry Arch over Northern Abutment

Tower Bridge, Masonry Arch over Northern Abutment Date: circa 1892

Background imageArchaic Collection: Tower Bridge, front elevation of Middlesex Abutment

Tower Bridge, front elevation of Middlesex Abutment Date: circa 1892

Background imageArchaic Collection: Phoenician art. Cyprus. The Amathus sarcophagus

Phoenician art. Cyprus. The Amathus sarcophagus with reliefs depicting a parade with chariots. Limestone. Archaic Period. 5th century B.C. It comes from a tomb at Amathus (Cyprus)

Background imageArchaic Collection: Ancient draped statues, Acropolis Museum, Athens

Ancient draped statues, Acropolis Museum, Athens Date: 1903

Background imageArchaic Collection: Cartoon, Customs & Manners of ye Englyshe People

Cartoon, Customs & Manners of ye Englyshe People - Sea Bathing. 19th century

Background imageArchaic Collection: WW2 - Machine Gunner on a Boulton Paul P. 75 Overstrand

WW2 - Machine Gunner on a Boulton Paul P. 75 Overstrand
WW2 - Britain Prepared Machine Gunner on a (then rather archaic) Boulton Paul P.75 Overstrand, the last of the twin-engine biplane medium bombers of the Royal Air Force

Background imageArchaic Collection: Art greek. Archaic. Amphora of Melos. 7th BC century. Nation

Art greek. Archaic. Amphora of Melos. 7th BC century. Nation
Art greek. Archaic. Amphora of Melos. Datd between 650-600 BC. Apollo and muses in chariot drawn by winged horses. National Archaeological Museum of Athens. Greece

Background imageArchaic Collection: Royal Game of Ur. Early Dynastic III Period

Royal Game of Ur. Early Dynastic III Period. 2600-2400 BC. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageArchaic Collection: Phoenician art. Cyprus. 6th century BC. Herakles, 530-520 A

Phoenician art. Cyprus. 6th century BC. Herakles, 530-520 A.C. Limestone. Comes from Golgoi (Cyprus). Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York. United States

Background imageArchaic Collection: Phoenician art. Cyprus. Statue of a priest. Late sixth centu

Phoenician art. Cyprus. Statue of a priest. Late sixth century BC. Archaic Period. Limestone. It comes from Golgoi (Cyprus). Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York. United States

Background imageArchaic Collection: Olpe Chigi Vase. 650 -640 BC. Proto-Corinthian

Olpe Chigi Vase. 650 -640 BC. Proto-Corinthian style. Decorated with illustrations of warriors (upper side), riders and carts (center) and hunting scenes (lower part). Archaic Greek art. Ceramics

Background imageArchaic Collection: Melos Kouros

Melos Kouros. Archaic Greek art. Sculpture on marble

Background imageArchaic Collection: Anavyssos Kouros

Anavyssos Kouros. Archaic Greek art. Sculpture on marble. Proc: GREECE. Anavyssos

Background imageArchaic Collection: Archaic Greek art - the New York kouros

Archaic Greek art - the New York kouros
The New York kouros statue. Date: 590580 B.C

Background imageArchaic Collection: Model of the Temple of Aphaia. Aegina. Greece

Model of the Temple of Aphaia. Aegina. Greece
Model of the Temple of Aphaia. 6th-5th centuries BC. Aegina Island, Greece. Wood. Glyptothek Museum. Munich. Germany

Background imageArchaic Collection: 19th century reconstruction of the Aegina West Pediment. Tem

19th century reconstruction of the Aegina West Pediment. Tem
Aegina West Pediment. Sanctuary of Aphaia, Aegina Island, Greece. Reconstruction by Bertel Thorvaldsen (1770-1884). 19th century. Athena and warriors. Glyptothek Museum. Munich. Germany

Background imageArchaic Collection: Berlin Goddess. 580-560 BC. From Keratea

Berlin Goddess. 580-560 BC. From Keratea
Berlin Goddess. 580-560 BC. Kore from the cemetery of Keratea (South of Attica). Detail. Pergamon Museum. Berlin. Germany

Background imageArchaic Collection: Greek Art. Archaic Period. Winged goddes who tamed wild anim

Greek Art. Archaic Period. Winged goddes who tamed wild animals. In this case two lions. Had been introduced into Greece and Italy in the 8th century BC by merchants and itinerants artisans

Background imageArchaic Collection: Greek Art. Goddesses rearing children. Ny Carlsberg Glyptote

Greek Art. Goddesses rearing children. Ny Carlsberg Glyptote
Ancient Greek Art. Archaic Period (700 B.C-480 B.C.). Goddesses rearing children. Terracotta. Statuette. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageArchaic Collection: Greek art. Siphnish Treasury. Frieze sculpture. Ionic style

Greek art. Siphnish Treasury. Frieze sculpture. Ionic style
Greek art. Archaic. Siphnish Treasury. Frieze sculpture. Ionic style. 530-525 BC. Ares, Aphrodite, Artemis and Apollo. They are supporting the Trojans. Delphi Archaeological Museum

Background imageArchaic Collection: King Shamshi-Adad V

King Shamshi-Adad V
Stela of Shamshi-Adad V (824-811 BC). King of Assyria. From the Temple of Nabu, from Nimrud (Iraq). Detail. British Museum. London. United Kingdom

Background imageArchaic Collection: Greek Art. Archaic period. Greek pithos decorated with the g

Greek Art. Archaic period. Greek pithos decorated with the great nature goddess flanked by lions and birds. It comes from Thebes (Boeotia) and is dated between 680-670 B.C. Oriental style

Background imageArchaic Collection: Cyprus. Limestone male head wearing a helmet with a bird. Ar

Cyprus. Limestone male head wearing a helmet with a bird. Archaic Period. Last quarter of the 6th century B.C. It comes from Golgoi (Cyprus). Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York. United States

Background imageArchaic Collection: Anaximenes (c. 610-547 BC)

Anaximenes (c. 610-547 BC). Greek philosopher of the Ionian school and one of the first to place the origin of the universe on a principle called infinite

Background imageArchaic Collection: Grrek Art. Kore by Aristion. VI century B. C

Grrek Art. Kore by Aristion. VI century B. C
GREEK ART. Archaic period. Greece. KORE in marble by ARISTION (550-540 BC). Crowned the tomb of PHRASIKLEIA. Found in Merenda (Attica). Detail. National Archaeological Museum.Athens

Background imageArchaic Collection: Animal-shaped jug Archaic Greek art

Animal-shaped jug Archaic Greek art
Animal-shaped jug. 8th-7th c. BC. Archaic Greek art. Ceramics. UNITED KINGDOM. ENGLAND. London. The British Museum

Background imageArchaic Collection: Kleobis and Biton Kouros

Kleobis and Biton Kouros. Depiction of two athletes. Archaic Greek art. Sculpture

Background imageArchaic Collection: The Sounion kouros

The Sounion kouros. Votive statue. Archaic Greek art. Sculpture on marble. Proc: GREECE. Sunion. Temple of Poseidon

Background imageArchaic Collection: Aristodikos

Aristodikos. Funerary statue. Archaic Greek art. Sculpture on marble

Background imageArchaic Collection: Skeleton of Man. Skhull Cave (Me arat Hagedi). Middle Paleol

Skeleton of Man. Skhull Cave (Me arat Hagedi). Middle Paleolithic period. Ca. 100, 000 years before the present. 40-50 years old of the arcahic Homo Sapiens Sapiens

Background imageArchaic Collection: Four medieval scenes on a set of Christmas cards

Four medieval scenes on a set of Christmas cards -- four friends together, a couple with lute and mistletoe, three men, and three people by a table. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageArchaic Collection: Three medieval style Christmas and New Year cards

Three medieval style Christmas and New Year cards -- two couples dancing, comic swimming scene, the Old Year leaving as the New Year enters. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageArchaic Collection: Medieval scene on a Christmas card

Medieval scene on a Christmas card
Medieval scene with three people on a Christmas card. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageArchaic Collection: Italian Lakes - Bellinzona Street

Italian Lakes - Bellinzona Street - Tall houses - bell tower - pathway. Part of Box 184 Boswell Collection - Italian Lakes

Background imageArchaic Collection: Early Classical. Satyr hunting wils Animasl. Freezes. Panthe

Early Classical. Satyr hunting wils Animasl. Freezes. Panthe
Early Classical. Late Archaic. Satyr hunting wils animals. Panther. From the animal frieze that used to run around the top of the podium suporting Building G. Acropolis Xanthos. Lycia. Turkey

Background imageArchaic Collection: Early Classical. Satyr wielding a tree branch. 5th BC. Lyci

Early Classical. Satyr wielding a tree branch. 5th BC. Lyci
Early Classical. Late Archaic. Satyr wielding a tree branch. Frieze block carved in relief, from the animal frieze that used to run around the top of the podium suporting Building G

Background imageArchaic Collection: Early Classical. Guardian Sphinxes. 5th BC. Lycian. Xanthos

Early Classical. Guardian Sphinxes. 5th BC. Lycian. Xanthos
Early Classical. Late Archaic. Guardian Sphinxes. Limestone. 470BC-450BC. Lycian. Xanthos, building H. Turkey. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageArchaic Collection: Pyramidal Grave Stele. 5th century BC. From Sinope

Pyramidal Grave Stele. 5th century BC. From Sinope
Pyramidal Grave Stele. 5th century BC. Limestone. From Sinope (Sinop). Archaic Period. Archaeological Museum. Istanbul. Turkey



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