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This gold ornament in the form of a bee comes from the ancient Minoan civilisation of about BCE. It can be found in The British Museum, London. Creta, Bee Jewelry, Insect Jewelry, Jewlery, Ancient Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Viking Jewelry, British Museum, Minoan Art

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The Ancient Greek term for a mask is "prosopon" ("face") and was a significant element in the worship of Dionysus at Athens. Also, in the beginning stages of ancient Greek Theatre, masks were made out of light wood, linens, cork and sometimes hair. Ancient Greek Costumes, Ancient Greek Theatre, Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Egyptian Art, Ancient Aliens, Greek History, Ancient History

City Dionysia - Masks, Costumes and Props

Ancient Greek Theater masks. The Ancient Greek term for a mask is "prosopon" (lit., "face") and was a significant element in the worship of Dionysus at Athens

 The Mycenaens on the mainland, were also dependent on fishing and marine life. Similar maritime themes appeared on their pottery. Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Greece, Greek History, Ancient History, Le Kraken, Minoan Art, Bronze Age Civilization, Motif Art Deco, Mycenaean

Mycenaean Octopus amphora 1400BC Rhodes British Museum.JPG

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When the bee stings. (The Mallia Bee Pendant was recovered from a looted Minoan tomb on the Mediterranean island of Crete. Made of gold, the bee iconography of this piece is a testament to the importance of bees to society in the Late Bronze Age. Bee Jewelry, Insect Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Potnia Theron, Collier Antique, Minoan Art, Rome Antique, Mycenaean

Minoan Jewelry. Bee Pendant, c. 1800-1700. Gold. This pendant seems to be in the Heraklion Museum, Greece.

Terracotta lekythos (oil flask) Attributed to the Nikon Painterca. Ancient Music, Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Greece, Greek History, Ancient History, Greek God Of Light, Motif Music, Greek Artifacts, Greek Paintings

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Terracotta lekythos (oil flask) Attributed to the Nikon Painterca. 460–450

Arthur Evans reconstruction of the Blue Monkey Knossos Minoan archaeological site, Crete. © Paul Williams All rights reserved Greek History, Ancient History, Art History, European History, Ancient Aliens, American History, Creta, Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Greece

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Arthur Evans reconstruction of the Dolphin Frescos, Knossos Minoan archaeological site, Crete

Terracotta vase in the form of a lobster claw Attributed to the Class of Seven Lobster-Claws Greek, Attic, Classical period, ca. 460 B. red-figure 7 x cm Metropolitan Museum of Art, Classical Greece, Classical Period, Greek Pottery, Roman Art, Vase Shapes, Greek Art, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Greece, Ancient Egypt

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Terracotta Vase in the Form of a Lobster Claw ca. 460 BC . Greek, Classical Because so many aspects of Greek life depended on the sea, a vase in the shape of a lobster claw is not surprising. It is, however, exceptional and may be a variant of the askosa bag-shaped oil container provided…

Etruscan Votive Statuette Terracotta BC Worshippers with physical ailments appeased the gods with small terracotta models of the afflicted body part. These models were presented with a prayer,. Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, Art History, Getty Museum, Carthage, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Civilizations, Archaeology

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The Ephebe of Antikythera - bronze statue of a young man. National Archaeological Museum of Athens Ancient Greek Sculpture, Ancient Greek Art, Greek Statues, Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Roman Sculpture, Bronze Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Greek Soldier

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Fine bronze statue of a young man a god or a hero who held a spherical object in his right hand possibly Paris with the apple It is one of the most brilliant products of the Peloponnesian bronze sculpture perhaps the work of the famous sculptor Euphranor It was found in the area of an ancient shipwreck off

Epicuro (Επίκουρος, 341 - 270 a.C) "No es lo que tenemos, sino lo que disfrutamos, lo que constituye nuestra abundancia". The Stoics, Ancient Greece, Portrait, Mythology, Evolution, Religion, Black And White, World, Face

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PHORMINX Attic Red-figure Amphora of Panathenaic Form Attributed to the Berlin Painter Ancient Music, Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Greece, Greek Paintings, Greek Pottery, Greek And Roman Mythology, Black Figure, Greek Culture, Greek Music

A Magnificent and Highly Important Attic Red-figure Amphora of Panathenaic Form Attributed to the Berlin Painter

A Magnificent and Highly Important Attic Red-figure Amphora of Panathenaic Form, Attributed to the Berlin Painter Terracotta, Late Archaic, ca. 490-480 B.C.E. H. 24 1/2 in. (62.2 cm.) With inverted echinus foot, convex handles oval in section, molding on the neck, and echinus mouth, the obverse painted with a bearded musician singing and playing the kithara, his head thrown back, and wearing a voluminous robe and white wreath, his long pointed beard, moustache, and hair painter…

Kylix BC) Brygos Painter, Dionysos and Satyrs - Louvre - Mitología - Arte Mythology Books, Norse Mythology, Greek Mythology, Rome Antique, Art Antique, Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Greece, Greek Tragedy, Louvre Paris

Silènes & Dionysos avec son thiase - Médaillon intérieur d'un kylix attique à figures rouges du Peintre de Brygos - vers 480 avant notre ère - Cabinet des médailles de la Bibliothèque nationale de France.