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By Ennion, Master of Roman Glass, 1st century

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Hexagonal amphoriskos cobalt blue glass flask blown in a four part mold. Roman, first half of the century A. Signed by Ennion. Collection of the Metropolitan Art Museum, New York. E N N I O N E P O I E I : "Ennion Made Me.

. Fangyou (ritual wine vessel) Artist Unknown (China, Asia), 13th-12th century BCE Bronze✖️More Pins Like This One At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest✖️

In the century BCE the shape of this vessel is exceedingly rare, and the combination of the round foot, lid, and neck - it has an elegant bow handle - with a square body is unique. Other jars has simple lines or incisions.

AN ETRUSCAN TERRACOTTA ANTEFIX   CIRCA 6TH CENTURY B.C.   Molded in the form of a panther head, with rounded ears and large bulging eyes, two protruding knobs above, the mane a flange encircling the jowls, the long nose merging with the exaggerated muzzle, painted with black and red details including eyelashes, the arching tile projecting from the back of the head  9½ in. (24.1 cm.) high

Terracotta antefix molded in the form of a panther head. Etruscan, c.

The Winged Horses of Tarquinia, Etruscan high relief (end of 5th - early 4th century BCE). This terracotta slab adorned the pediment of an Etruscan temple. It shows a refined technique of execution with a meticulous rendering of details (tails, manes, feathers of the wings) and the precise reproduction of rich accoutrement. The artist who modeled it shows a direct knowledge of the contemporary Greek sculpture that probably was a reference model.

The Winged Horses of Tarquinia, Etruscan high relief (end of - early century BCE). This terracotta slab adorned the pediment of an Etruscan temple. It shows a refined technique of execution with a meticulous rendering of details (tails, manes, fea

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Etruscan Menrva Goddess Bronze, century BCE The Campanian type armor is covered by a round aegis on which is applied in relief a small protome depicting a youthful male head. Accidentally discovered in 1541 and purchased by Cosimo I de ‘Medici.

Roman glass Ennion jug, 1-50 A.D. Translucent deep honey brow, handle in opaque white, a tabula ansata containing nscribed in Greek "Ennion made me/it", 19.1 cm high. Metropolitan museum of art

Glass jug Signed by Ennion Period: Early Imperial, Julio-Claudian Date: half of century CE

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