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Rhyton Collection

Background imageRhyton Collection: Mycenaean art. Greece. Silver rhyton as head of a bull with

Mycenaean art. Greece. Silver rhyton as head of a bull with golden horns and forehead adorned with a gold rosette. Royal Tomb IV at Mycenae. 16th century BCE. National Archaeological Museum. Athens

Background imageRhyton Collection: Egyptian and Greek pottery

Egyptian and Greek pottery, decorated antefix 5, and rhyton in the shape of a cows head 6. Hand-finished chromolithograph from Ris Paquots General History of Ancient French

Background imageRhyton Collection: Hagia Triada Sarcophagus. ca. 1450 BC - 1400 BC

Hagia Triada Sarcophagus. ca. 1450 BC - 1400 BC. Painted terra-cotta. Ritual sacrifice of a calf. Minoan art / Cretan art. Late Minoan period. Painting. GREECE. CRETE. IRAKLION. Iraklion

Background imageRhyton Collection: Mycenaean art. Greece. Rhyton as lions head embossed in gol

Mycenaean art. Greece. Rhyton as lions head embossed in gold foil. Found in Tomb IV Circle A at Mycenae. Around 1550 BCE National Archaeological Museum. Athens. Greece

Background imageRhyton Collection: Persian-Achaemenid art. Iran. Gold rhyton decorated with a f

Persian-Achaemenid art. Iran. Gold rhyton decorated with a f
Persian-Achaemenid art. Islamic Republic of Iran. Gold rhyton decorated with a fantastic leonine creature. 5th Century BC. Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York. United States

Background imageRhyton Collection: Fountain in the form of a horn-shaped drinking cup (rhyton)

Fountain in the form of a horn-shaped drinking cup (rhyton)
Roman Art. Fountain in the form of a horn-shaped drinking cup (rhyton) signed by Pontios Marble. Early Augustan period. 1st. century B.C. Pentelic marble. It comes from Rome. Capitoline Museums

Background imageRhyton Collection: Silver Rython. Mycenaean art. Jewelry. GREECE. ATTICA

Silver Rython. Mycenaean art. Jewelry. GREECE. ATTICA. Athens. National Museum of Archaeology. Proc: GREECE. PELOPONNESE. ARCADIA. Mycenae

Background imageRhyton Collection: Fresco of two porters from Knossos, Crete, Greece

Fresco of two porters from Knossos, Crete, Greece
Fresco of two porters of rhytons (a container from which fluids were intended to be drunk or to be poured in some ceremony such as libation) from the walls of Knossos, Crete, Greece. Date: circa 1910s


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