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Geometric pyxis Staatliche Antikensammlungen 6232 - Pyxis

Geometric pyxis Staatliche Antikensammlungen 6232 - Pyxis

Earthenware vase painted in a Greek 'geometric' style, Cyprus, 7th century BC

Vase Place of origin: Cyprus (made) Date: century BC (made) Materials and Techniques: Earthenware, wheel-thrown and painted in black and red on a buff-coloured slip:

Amerindian potteryMark Wayne Garcia

Original Native American Indian pottery art by Mark Wayne Garcia, Pueblo, Santa Domingo, New Mexico. A beautiful hand painted coiled clay pot

Zia pottery

Zia pottery

The Mnemosyne Foundation

Women dancing on Boiotian pot, circa 640 BCE. Note the locked hair and the serpents rising up between the dancers.

pottery  Mata Ortiz

Pottery from the Mata Ortiz potters

A GREEK POTTERY SKYPHOS   LATE GEOMETRIC PERIOD, CIRCA 760-735 B.C.   The handle zone with two water birds flanked by vertical lines and dotted rosettes, centered by false spirals on one side and a crosshatched column on the other, zigzag on the neck, horizontal bands below, the twin ribbon handles with vertical lines  6 in. (15.2 cm.) diameter excluding handles

A GREEK POTTERY SKYPHOS LATE GEOMETRIC PERIOD, CIRCA 760-735 B.C. The handle zone with two water birds flanked by vertical lines and dotted rosettes, centered by false spirals on one side and a crosshatched column on the other, zigzag on the neck, horizontal bands below, the twin ribbon handles with vertical lines 6 in. (15.2 cm.) diameter excluding handles

Pitcher (oinochoe). Greek, Protogeometric Period, c. 900 BCE.

Greek, Protogeometric Period, abt 900 B.

Greek  [Attic, Geometric Period]. Horse Pyxis (circular box, probably for cosmetics)  ca. 760–735 BC.

Centuries Past : Photo - Athens, Greece Horse Pyxis (Circular Box), Geometric Period (ca.

Navajo Etched Pottery  by Paul Lansing

Navajo Etched Pottery by Paul Lansing

Terracotta neck-amphora Greek Attic Geometric fourth quarter of 8th century BCE

Terracotta neck-amphora Greek Attic Geometric fourth quarter of century BCE

Tazón grande. Rumania, posiblemente Cirna, Edad del Bronce Medio, alrededor del año 1500 aC

Large bowl - Romania, possibly Cirna, Middle Bronze Age, circa 1500 BC

Late Geometric Krater with possibly a scene of Paris abducting Helen, c. 730 BCE.

Late Geometric Krater with possibly a scene of Paris abducting Helen, c.

Check out the Native American pottery at the Arizona State Museum on the UA campus, follow Vero and Kaelyn as they embark on a tour! http://youtu.be/lJb22IJZXDk

Santo Domingo Native American Pottery Jar, H 9 ", D 8 ": Floral Polychrome Design.

Carved Blackware bowl from Guatemala or Mexico, 600 AD (Metmuseum)

Carved Bowl Date: century Geography: Guatemala or Mexico, Mesoamerica Culture: Maya Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: H.

Krater of the Late Geometric period, from a workshop in Argos. The vase has elevated, almost vertical, handles and is decorated with geometric designs, horses and plants.  Archaeological Museum, Argos. Hellenic Ministry of Culture/Archaeological Receipts Fund.

Krater of the Late Geometric period, from a workshop in Argos. The vase has…

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