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Attic pelike depicting Heracles killing king Busiris and Egyptian priests, by Pan Painter, red-figure pottery Featured Image

Attic pelike depicting Heracles killing king Busiris and Egyptian priests, by Pan Painter, red-figure pottery

Greek civilization, 5th century b.C. Red-figure pottery. Attic pelike attributed to the Pan Painter. Recto: Heracles killing the king Busiris and the Egyptian priests. Detail

5th Century Bc, Aegean Civilisations, Aggression, Ancient, Ancient Civilisation, Ancient Greece, Animal Representation, Antiquities, Archaeological Artifact, Arms Up, Art, Ceramics, Club, Conflict, Confrontation, Courage, Crouching, Furious, Greek Civilisation, Grey Background, Hercules, Holding Aloft, Human Representation, Kneeling, Lion, Male Likeness, Mythology, No People, Painting, Pan Painter, Pelike, Pottery, Red Figure Ceramics, Single Object, Standing, Strength, Studio Shot, The Past, Traditional Clothing, Traditional Culture, Vertical, Weapon

Red-figure pottery. Attic kalyx krater by the Niobid Painter depicting a gigantomachy and a Dionysiac procession from the tomb 313 at Valle Trebba, Emilia Romagna region, Italy, 460 B.C Featured Image

Red-figure pottery. Attic kalyx krater by the Niobid Painter depicting a gigantomachy and a Dionysiac procession from the tomb 313 at Valle Trebba, Emilia Romagna region, Italy, 460 B.C

Italic civilization, 5th century b.C. Red-figure pottery. Attic kalyx krater by the Niobid Painter depicting a gigantomachy and a Dionysiac procession, 460 b.C. From the tomb 313 at Valle Trebba, Emilia Romagna region, Italy

Ancient, Ancient Civilization, Archeological Artifact, Art And Craft, Bacchus, Emilia Romagna Region, Female Likeness, Full Length, Gigantomachy, Grey Background, History, Human Representation, In A Row, Italy, Krater, Male Likeness, Mythology, Niobid, No People, Pottery, Red Figure Ceramics, Religion, Religious Procession, Single Object, Studio Shot, The Past, Valle Trebba, Vertical

Red-figure pottery, Volute krater attributed to Aurora Painter, Side depicting Eos kidnapping Cephalus, from Civita Castellana, ancient Falerii, Rome province, Italy Featured Image

Red-figure pottery, Volute krater attributed to Aurora Painter, Side depicting Eos kidnapping Cephalus, from Civita Castellana, ancient Falerii, Rome province, Italy

Etruscan civilization, 4th century b.C. Red-figure pottery. Volute krater attributed to the Aurora Painter. Side depicting Eos kidnapping Cephalus. From Civita Castellana, ancient Falerii, Rome province, Italy

4th Century Bc, Ancient, Ancient Civilization, Animal Representation, Art, Cart, Ceramics, Classical, Decorative Urn, Etruscan, Full Length, Grey Background, Horse, Human Representation, Male Likeness, No People, Pottery, Red Figure Ceramics, Single Object, Studio Shot, Vase, Vertical

Argonauts krater
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Argonauts krater

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