Vases (84 Subjects)
Figure from Athenian red-figure vase, holding trefoil shoot. According to tradition, the curling stem of a species of trefoil common in Greece gave inspiration to the volute seen in Ionic capitals.
Decorative features of ancient vases.
Figure from Athenian red-figure vase with trefoil plant. According to tradition, the curling stem of a species of trefoil cpmmon in Greece gave inspiration to the volute seen in Ionic capitals.
Ancient oil lamp with symbols of god Hermes, from the area of Kavala.
Theatrical scene, possibly from ancient vase.
Dance scenes from ancient Greek vases and reliefs 6. Greek dancer from Epirus in traditional costume (from the edition by J. H. Hobhouse, 1813).
Dance scenes from ancient Greek vases and reliefs
Attic red figure vases and black figure urn.
Female everyday costumes of ancient Greece.
Offering to a goddess in the inner court of a house or temple (imaginary reconstruction).
Greek vases--Early classical period.
Gold cups found by Dr. Schliemann in tombs of Mykenae.
Reconstruction of ancient Sparta.
Vase from the necropoleis of ancient Cassope.
Black-figure and red-figure vases from Athens.
Golden vessels discovered by Heinrich Schliemann at the grave sites of Mycenae acropolis (reconstructed view).
Terracotta vases discovered by Luigi Palma di Cesnola in Cyprus in the mid-19th century (c.1865–1877).
Imaginary reconstruction of ancient Sparta.
Scene from ancient vase showing teacher and pupil at school.
Drawing of woman playing the flute (possibly a courtesan), from ancient vase.
Young women playing on the swing (imaginary representation).
Self-care implements: Perfume vases, brush, fans and mirror.
Fictional representation of gynaeconites (female quarters) of affluent house, possibly of a hetaera, showing typical morning activities.
Wedding preparations of Cassandra and Bellerophontes, from ancient vase.
Women doing household tasks, from ancient vase.
Atrium of an ancient Greek house, with the statue of Hestia.
Greek women doing household tasks.
Reception of guest in a home, from ancient Greek vase.