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"Charioteer of Delphi" -- Circa 470 BCE -- Severe-style bronze cast -- Delphi Archaeological Museum

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"Charioteer of Delphi" 470 BC. The "Charioteer of Delphi" is one of the best known ancient Greek statues, and one of the best preserved examples of classical bronze casts. It is considered a fine example of the "Severe" style. Delphi Archaeological Museum.

Athena, 4th century BC, Archaeological Museum Piraeus

ΧΑΛΚΙΝΑ ΓΛΥΠΤΑ ΣΤΟ ΑΡΧΑΙΟΛΟΓΙΚΟ ΜΟΥΣΕΙΟ ΤΟΥ ΠΕΙΡΑΙΑ

Κοντεύουνε δυο χρόνια από τότε που άνοιξε ξανά τις πόρτες του το Αρχαιολογικό Μουσείο του Πειραιά και επιτέλους κατάφερα να το επισκεφτώ. Το συστήνω ανεπιφύλακτα αφού συνδυάζεται ωραιότατα με τις ηλιόλουστες καφετέριες στο Πασαλιμάνι ή αλλιώς λιμάνι της Ζέας. Πριν απολαύσετε τον ερατεινό σας δίπλα στη θάλασσα ανεβείτε τα σκαλοπάτια του μουσείου για να δείτε αριστουργήματα. Φορτισμένος ακόμα από την επίσκεψη θα αρκεστώ στα χάλκινα γλυπτά που θεωρούνται μοναδικά και τα μεγαλύτερα μουσεία του…

Brassards en or - grecs -200 avant J.C.

Gold armbands Greek 200 BCE (2)

Photographed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, New York.

Ancient Greek gold earring, dated to between the 4th and 2nd centuries BCE. Currently located in the Museo Nazionale Archeologico di Taranto

Ancient Greek gold earring, dated to between the 4th and 2nd centuries BCE. Currently located in the Museo Nazionale Archeologico di Taranto

Greek Gold Olive Wreath, 4th Century BC.A wreath made from wild olive branches, also known as kotinos, was the prize for the winner at the ancient Olympic Games. According to Pausanias, the sacred olive tree at Olympia, from which the champion’s wreaths were made, came from the land of the Hyporboreans. It was brought to Olympia by Herakles and planted near the temple dedicated to his father, Zeus, in his honor.

Ancient to Medieval (And Slightly Later) History

Greek Gold Olive Wreath, 4th Century BC A wreath made from wild olive branches, also known as kotinos, was the prize for the winner at the ancient Olympic Games. According to Pausanias, the sacred...

kantharos with donkey-head sculpture & pictures of Dionysus and Ariadne. Attic black-figure, ca 520-500 BC (British Museum)

kantharos

Pottery: black-figured kantharos with donkey-head attachment. Purple and white accessories. Round the top, ivy-wreath; below the designs, tongue-pattern, outlined in black on red.(a) On the left Ariadne seated to right on an okladias, with branches in right hand, and cantharos raised in left, long hair, ivy-wreath, long chiton and himation with purple spots. On the right an ithyphallic Satyr to left, with right hand raised, in the attitude known as άποσκοπενων (shading his eyes with his…

The statue of Artemis Laphria (The Hunter) (detail) Archaeological Museum of Ancient Messene, Western Peloponnese, Greece

The statue of Artemis Laphria (The Hunter) (detail) Archaeological Museum of Ancient Messene, Western Peloponnese, Greece

La Grèce antique - L´aurige de Delphes ( 475 av. JC ).

La Grèce antique

site à vocation pédagogique sur la civilisation grecque : la religion, des chonologie, des cartes, un lexique

Statuette of the Goddess Nike - 2nd century B.C. Terracotta. Culture: Greek, Asia Minor, Myrina. Period: Hellenistic. | Copyright © 2015 The Yale University Art Gallery

Statuette of the Goddess Nike - 2nd century B.C. Terracotta. Culture: Greek, Asia Minor, Myrina. Period: Hellenistic. | Copyright © 2015 The Yale University Art Gallery

"Limestone stele of a young girl and a dog. This scene shows a small girl dressed in a long, unbelted peplos. The garment is textured with incised grooves, similar to those used to indicate the dog's fur." - British Museum. The Girl is taunting the dog with something, possibly a bird. Alexandria, 2nd century BCE.

"Limestone stele of a young girl and a dog. This scene shows a small girl dressed in a long, unbelted peplos. The garment is textured with incised grooves, similar to those used to indicate the dog's fur." - British Museum. The Girl is taunting the dog with something, possibly a bird. Alexandria, 2nd century BCE.

Enfant devant un présentoir à vaisselle de banquet, IIIe – Ier siècle av. J.-C., musée du Louvre.

Enfant devant un présentoir à vaisselle de banquet, IIIe – Ier siècle av. J.-C., musée du Louvre.

A closeup of the gold-work on three LHIIB (1600/1550-1435/1405 BCE) Mykenaean swords.

A closeup of the gold-work on three LHIIB (1600/1550-1435/1405 BCE) Mykenaean swords.

Greek stele depicting a girl holding a doll and a goose. Late Classical, about 360 BC.

Grave Naiskos of a Young Woman (Getty Museum)

Grave Naiskos of a Young Woman; Unknown; Greece (Attica); about 360 B.C.; Marble; 72.5 × 36 × 12.5 cm, 50.1 kg (28 9/16 × 14 3/16 × 4 15/16 in., 110.5 lb.); 82.AA.135; The J. Paul Getty Museum, Villa Collection, Malibu, California, Gift of Vasek Polak; Rights Statement: No Copyright - United States

Little horse on wheels (Ancient Greek child’s Toy). From tomb dating 950-900 BCE. Kerameikos Archaeological Museum - Athens

Little horse on wheels (Ancient Greek child’s Toy). From tomb dating 950-900 BCE. Kerameikos Archaeological Museum - Athens

Stèle d'Athéna pensive, art sévère, musée de l'acropole

The Acropolis after the Persian Wars