ANCIENT ART
APPLIED ART | GREECE
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1. APPLIED ART. Greece.
Automaton “singing-bird” (reconstruction).
2. TOREUTICS. Greece.
Golden cup with grooves.
Mycenaean.
3. TOREUTICS. Greece.
Golden cup.
Mycenaean.
4. APPLIED ART. Greece.
The Chair of a priest.
5. TOREUTICS. Greece.
Vaphio Cup.
Gold. Mycenaean.
Athens, National Archaeological Museum.
6. TOREUTICS. Greece.
Vaphio Cup.
Gold. Mycenaean.
Athens, National Archaeological Museum.
7. APPLIED ART. Greece.
Caryatid Mirror with Aphrodite.
Bronze. Ca. 460 BCE.
Inv. No. 54.769.
Baltimore (USA), the Walters Art Museum.
8. APPLIED ART. Greece.
Bronze tripod.
C. 1050 — c. 950 BCE.
Kouklia, Museum.
9. APPLIED ART. Greece.
Ivory mirror handle.
12 century BCE.
Nicosia, Cyprus Museum.
10. APPLIED ART. Greece.
Syrian lead-filled bronze weight in the form of a human head.
Late Bronze Age (c. 1650 — c. 1050 BC)
Nicosia, Cyprus Museum.
11. APPLIED ART. Greece.
Knife handle with Harpokrates.
Bone.
Paphos, District Archaeological Museum.
12. APPLIED ART. Greece.
Mirror with the relief scene on lid: Dionysus, Ariadne, satyr, panther.
Bronze, lead. First quarter of the 3rd cent. BCE. East Mediterranean. Ionia (?).
Diameter of mirror 25.5 cm; diameter of lid 23.7 cm.
Inv. No. Ď.1834.43.
Saint Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum.
13. TOREUTICS. Greece.
The Derveni krater.
Bronze. 330—320 BCE.
Inv. No. B1.
Thessaloniki, Archaeological Museum.
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