Vases (84 Subjects)
Ostracon from Attic black-figure vase, showing horsemen.
Scene from Attic red-figure vase.
Clay vases (votive offerings) from ancient tombs in the Peloponnese.
Funerary chambers on the slopes of Philopappos hill and Athenian vases.
Antiquities from the putative Tumulus of Phaestus in the Troad.
The vestibule to the throne hall at the Palace of Knossos, with the porphyrite vessel.
Grave goods from tombs in Piraeus.
Alabastron from tomb in Piraeus.
Marble vase with the inscription: ΤΙΜΟΦΩΝ ΤΙΜΟΣΤΡΑΤΟΥ ΑΝΑΓΥΡΑΣΙΟΣ.
Tomb in Piraeus.
Vase, found in the Acropolis of Athens.
Vases and statues.
A colossal vase near Limassol in Cyprus.
Coin of Carthaea, ancient city on Kea island.
Ancient coin of Ioulis, Kea.
Vase from Athens.
Ancient red-figure vase with mythological scenes. On the top the birth of Erichthonius (Erechtheus), and on the bottom Voutis, mythological hero of Athens.
Antiquities from Pergamon together with a colossal carved statue from Mount Sipylus, close to Manisa in Asia Minor.
View of the front of the roman tomb of Zakynthos, erroneously thought to be the Tomb of Cicero. Vases from the monument.
An amphora, probably of the Hellenistic era, found in the city Antium (today Anzio), in Italy. Inscription found in the interior of the vase.
Composition: Urns and kraters of Sicily.
Ancient urn from Sicily.
View of the front of the roman tomb of Zakynthos, erroneously perceived as the Tomb of Cicero. Vases from the monument.
Vases of different usages from Thessaly.
Arab woman from Egypt.
Woman of Symi island.
Roman vases and busts from Marsala (anc. Lilybaeum), Sicily.
Relief showing a scene from the myth of Proserpina, Roman deity equivalent to Greek Persephone. Archaelogical findings from Sicily.
Antiquities from Sicily.
Frontispiece. Scene from ancient vase: Orestes and Electra offer a libation at the tomb of Agamemnon.