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Clan Pots

Place of Pots

Funerary Pottery

abusa kuruwa

Culture: Akan

Creation location: Probably Kwahu region (Ghana)

Creation date: photograph Late 19th century CE

photography

Africa

Ghana

Field Photographs

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

220045

343392

02002122

700K

A313

64PP

Full Record: x-388452/06D100580

Clan Pots

Place of Pots

Funerary Pottery

abusa kuruwa

Culture: Akan

Creation location: Probably Kwahu region (Ghana)

Creation date: photograph Late 19th century CE

photography

Africa

Ghana

Field Photographs

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

220045

388452

06d100580

700K

A313

64CPK

*.digitalonly

2012-11-25 05:12:11

Full Record: x-697512/07VM015011

Clan Pots

Place of Pots

Funerary Pottery

abusa kuruwa

Culture: Akan

Creation location: Probably Kwahu region (Ghana)

Creation date: photograph Late 19th century CE

photography

Africa

Ghana

Field Photographs

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

220045

697512

07vm015011

Digital image file - Vendor provided

700K

A313

64PP

*.digitalonly

070837

2012-11-25 07:59:42

Full Record: x-697534/07VM079372

Black-topped Red Polished Bowl and Cup

Culture: Nubian

Discovery location: Kerma (Ash-Shamālīyah, Sudan)

Classic Kerma

Creation date: ca. 1660-1570 BCE

ceramic

height: 8-12.5 cm

Africa

Nubia

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

Vessels

Karmah (Sudan)

Bowls (Vessels)

Cups

543796

697534

07vm079372

Digital image file - Vendor provided

422.4J

G

7RBB

*.digitalonly

070840

2012-11-25 08:00:02

Full Record: x-386082/05D116553

Spouted Red and Black Polished Vessels

Culture: Nubian

Discovery location: South Cemetery, Tombs K 1053, K X, Kerma (Ash-Shamālīyah, Sudan); Repository: Museum of Fine Arts (Boston, Massachusetts, USA) ID: 13.4101, 20.2104

Classic Kerma

Creation date: ca. 1660-1630 BCE

ceramic

dimensions of black/red: 11.7x18 cm (4.61x7.09 inches), dimensions of red: 7.2x16.5 cm (2.82x6.5 inches)

Africa

Nubia

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

Vessels

Karmah (Sudan)

Spouts

213830

386082

05d116553

422.4J

G

6KS 1

*.r-digitalonly

2012-11-25 05:09:18

Full Record: x-697530/07VM079365

Spouted Red and Black Polished Vessels

Culture: Nubian

Discovery location: South Cemetery, Tombs K 1053, K X, Kerma (Ash-Shamālīyah, Sudan); Repository: Museum of Fine Arts (Boston, Massachusetts, USA) ID: 13.4101, 20.2104

Classic Kerma

Creation date: ca. 1660-1630 BCE

ceramic

dimensions of black/red: 11.7x18 cm (4.61x7.09 inches), dimensions of red: 7.2x16.5 cm (2.82x6.5 inches)

Africa

Nubia

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

Vessels

Karmah (Sudan)

Spouts

213830

697530

07vm079365

Digital image file - Vendor provided

422.4J

G

6KS 1

*.digitalonly

070840

2012-11-25 08:00:02

Full Record: x-697528/07VM079364

Pitcher in the Form of a Hippopotamus

Red Polished Pitcher with a Spout in the Form a Hippopotamus Head

Culture: Nubian

Discovery location: From South Cemetery, tomb K 330, Kerma (Ash-Shamālīyah, Sudan); Repository: Museum of Fine Arts (Boston, Massachusetts, USA) ID: 21.11804

Classic Kerma

Creation date: ca. 1700-1550 BCE

ceramic

20.5x26.5 cm (8.07x10.43 inches)

Africa

Nubia

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

Vessels

Karmah (Sudan)

Spouts

Pitchers

Hippopotamidae

543795

697528

07vm079364

Digital image file - Vendor provided

422.4J

G

17PHK

*.digitalonly

070840

2012-11-25 08:00:02

Full Record: x-386303/05D115487

Two Ceramic Cups

Pot and Cup

Culture: Nubian

Creation location: Toshka West (Sudan); Repository: University Museum, University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA) ID: 66-11-60, 66-11-55

X Group

Creation date: 320-550

ceramic, paint

Africa

Sudan

Nubia

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

Cups

Vessels

213862

386303

05d115487

422.4J

K

8CP 2

*.r-digitalonly

2012-11-25 05:07:51

Full Record: x-697259/07VM045240

Two Ceramic Cups

Pot and Cup

Culture: Nubian

Creation location: Toshka West (Sudan); Repository: University Museum, University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA) ID: 66-11-60, 66-11-55

X Group

Creation date: 320-550

ceramic, paint

Africa

Sudan

Nubia

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

Cups

Vessels

213862

697259

07vm045240

Digital image file - Vendor provided

422.4J

K

8CP

*.digitalonly

070831

2012-11-25 07:59:30

Full Record: x-697256/07VM045237

Pot

Painted Bull Jar

Culture: Nubian

Creation location: Unknown Site (Sudan)

Meroitic

Creation date: 75-125 CE

ceramic, painting (image-making)

31x26.7 cm (12.2x10.51 inches)

Africa

Sudan

Nubia

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

Jars

Bulls

Cattle

543343

697256

07vm045237

Digital image file - Vendor provided

422.4J

J

12JBL

*.digitalonly

070831

2012-11-25 07:59:30

Jar Depicting Giraffes

Pot

Culture: Nubian

Discovery location: Grave 162, Karanog (Egypt); Repository: University Museum, University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA)

Meroitic

Creation date: 75-125 CE

ceramic

height: 37 cm (14.57 inches)

Africa

Sudan

Nubia

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

Jars

Giraffes

213843

115820

422.4J

J

12JGP

Full Record: x-697254/07VM045235

Jar Depicting Giraffes

Pot

Culture: Nubian

Discovery location: Grave 162, Karanog (Egypt); Repository: University Museum, University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA)

Meroitic

Creation date: 75-125 CE

ceramic

height: 37 cm (14.57 inches)

Africa

Sudan

Nubia

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

Jars

Giraffes

213843

697254

07vm045235

Digital image file - Vendor provided

422.4J

J

12JGP

*.digitalonly

070831

2012-11-25 07:59:30

Full Record: x-697253/07VM045234

Painted Jar

Serpent Jar

Culture: Nubian

Creation location: Unknown Site (Sudan)

Meroitic

Creation date: 100 BCE-300 CE

ceramic, painting (image-making)

height: 33.6 cm (13.23 inches), diameter: 17.2 cm (6.77 inches)

Africa

Sudan

Nubia

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

Jars

Snakes

543342

697253

07vm045234

Digital image file - Vendor provided

*.digitalonly

070831

2012-11-25 07:59:29

Full Record: x-697258/07VM045239

Two Pots

Culture: Nubian

Creation location: Unknown Site (Sudan)

Meroitic

Creation date: 100 BCE-300 CE

ceramic

Africa

Sudan

Nubia

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

Pots

543344

697258

07vm045239

Digital image file - Vendor provided

422.4J

J

12JBL

*.digitalonly

070831

2012-11-25 07:59:30

Full Record: x-386299/05D115485

Ceramic Jar with Giraffes

Culture: Nubian

Discovery location: Grave 582, Karanog (Egypt); Repository: University Museum, University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA) ID: E 8154

Meroitic

Creation date: 75-125 CE

ceramic

38.7x22 cm (15.24x8.66 inches)

Africa

Sudan

Nubia

Karanòg (Egypt)

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

Jars

Giraffes

213851

386299

05d115485

422.4J

J

12PSP 2

*.r-digitalonly

2012-11-25 05:07:51

Full Record: x-697255/07VM045236

Ceramic Jar with Giraffes

Culture: Nubian

Discovery location: Grave 582, Karanog (Egypt); Repository: University Museum, University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA) ID: E 8154

Meroitic

Creation date: 75-125 CE

ceramic

38.7x22 cm (15.24x8.66 inches)

Africa

Sudan

Nubia

Karanòg (Egypt)

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

Jars

Giraffes

213851

697255

07vm045236

Digital image file - Vendor provided

422.4J

J

12PSP

*.digitalonly

070831

2012-11-25 07:59:30

Full Record: x-704569/09D001664

Pottery Sherds from Ostracisms

Culture: Greek

Discovery location: Agora, Athens (Attica, Central Greece and Euboea, Greece)

Classical

ceramic

Agora (Athens, Greece)

Pottery (object genre)

Exile (Punishment)

547508

704569

09d001664

Printed matter - Digital copywork

131

A867

8AZz 20

*.digitalonly

090223

2012-11-25 08:20:56

Full Record: x-704570/09D001665

Pottery Sherds from Ostracisms

Culture: Greek

Discovery location: Agora, Athens (Attica, Central Greece and Euboea, Greece)

Classical

ceramic

Agora (Athens, Greece)

Pottery (object genre)

Exile (Punishment)

547508

704570

09d001665

Printed matter - Digital copywork

131

A867

8AZz 20

*.digitalonly

090223

2012-11-25 08:20:56

Full Record: x-766312/14D002972

Clay Alabastron with Boar, Stag, Birds, and Cock Decorations

boar, birds

Italian

Former site: Etruria (Italy); Repository: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

Corinthian Orientalizing

creation date: Sixth Century BCE

clay with paint, ceramics

23 x 10.6 cm (9.06 x 4.17 inches)

Alabastra

Birds

Boars

Stags

Cocks

Vessels

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

Etruria (Italy)

Italy

Italian

Orientalizing

Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

clay

574108

766312

14d002972

Slide scan - Vendor slide

29154

140242

2014-07-16 00:35:36

Full Record: x-766313/14D002973

Clay Alabastron with Boar, Stag, Birds, and Cock Decorations

birds, cock

Italian

Former site: Etruria (Italy); Repository: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

Corinthian Orientalizing

creation date: Sixth Century BCE

clay with paint, ceramics

23 x 10.6 cm (9.06 x 4.17 inches)

Alabastra

Birds

Boars

Stags

Cocks

Vessels

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

Etruria (Italy)

Italy

Italian

Orientalizing

Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

clay

574108

766313

14d002973

Slide scan - Vendor slide

29154

140242

2014-07-16 00:39:14

Full Record: x-765823/14D002754

Black Figure Amphora

Italian

Former site: Italy; Repository: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

Archaic/Etruscan

creation date: Late Sixth Century BCE to Fifth Century BCE

clay, glaze, paint, ceramics

43.5 x 25.5 cm (17.13 x 10.04 inches)

Amphorae

Black-figure

Vessels

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

clay

glaze

Italian

Archaic/Etruscan

Italy

Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

573988

765823

14d002754

Slide scan - Vendor slide

2600

140210

2014-06-27 01:08:03

Full Record: x-766072/14D002826

Clay Amphora with Relief of Human Head and Grapes

Egyptian

Former site: Karanis (Upper Egypt, Egypt); Repository: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

Roman Period

creation date: n.d.

clay, ceramics

dimensions of body: 50.5 x 24 cm (19.88 x 9.45 inches), width of handles: 23 cm (9.055 inches), width of base: 13.2 cm (5.2 inches)

Amphorae

Heads (Representations)

Grapes

Relief (sculpture techniques)

Vessels

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

Egypt

Karanis (Upper Egypt, Egypt)

Egyptian

Roman Period

Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

clay

574033

766072

14d002826

Slide scan - Vendor slide

3425

140221

2014-07-09 00:42:34

Full Record: x-766525/14D003093

Clay Belly Amphora with Black-Figure Herakles Battling the Amazons and Amphora Lid

Herakles fighting the Amazons

Attic (Greek)

Former site: Greece; Repository: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

Attic

creation date: ca. 525 BCE

clay with slip glaze, ceramics

height: 48 cm (18.9 inches)

Amphorae

Hercules (Roman mythology)

Amazons

Battles

Fighting

Horses

Black-figure

Warriors

Greece

Greek

Attic

Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

clay

Vessels

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

574229

766525

14d003093

Slide scan - Vendor slide

79.1.1

140249

2014-07-24 00:08:49

Full Record: x-766526/14D003094

Clay Belly Amphora with Black-Figure Herakles Battling the Amazons and Amphora Lid

horsemen departing

Attic (Greek)

Former site: Greece; Repository: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

Attic

creation date: ca. 525 BCE

clay with slip glaze, ceramics

height: 48 cm (18.9 inches)

Amphorae

Hercules (Roman mythology)

Amazons

Battles

Fighting

Horses

Black-figure

Warriors

Greece

Greek

Attic

Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

clay

Vessels

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

574229

766526

14d003094

Slide scan - Vendor slide

79.1.1

140249

2014-07-24 00:10:07

Full Record: x-766527/14D003095

Clay Belly Amphora with Black-Figure Herakles Battling the Amazons and Amphora Lid

horsemen departing and lid

Attic (Greek)

Former site: Greece; Repository: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

Attic

creation date: ca. 525 BCE

clay with slip glaze, ceramics

height: 48 cm (18.9 inches)

Amphorae

Hercules (Roman mythology)

Amazons

Battles

Fighting

Horses

Black-figure

Warriors

Greece

Greek

Attic

Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

clay

Vessels

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

574229

766527

14d003095

Slide scan - Vendor slide

79.1.1

140249

2014-07-24 00:09:33

Full Record: x-766528/14D003096

Clay Belly Amphora with Black-Figure Herakles Battling the Amazons and Amphora Lid

handle and lid

Attic (Greek)

Former site: Greece; Repository: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

Attic

creation date: ca. 525 BCE

clay with slip glaze, ceramics

height: 48 cm (18.9 inches)

Amphorae

Hercules (Roman mythology)

Amazons

Battles

Fighting

Horses

Black-figure

Warriors

Greece

Greek

Attic

Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

clay

Vessels

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

574229

766528

14d003096

Slide scan - Vendor slide

79.1.1

140249

2014-07-24 00:10:56

Full Record: x-766529/14D003097

Clay Belly Amphora with Black-Figure Herakles Battling the Amazons and Amphora Lid

handle and lid

Attic (Greek)

Former site: Greece; Repository: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

Attic

creation date: ca. 525 BCE

clay with slip glaze, ceramics

height: 48 cm (18.9 inches)

Amphorae

Hercules (Roman mythology)

Amazons

Battles

Fighting

Horses

Black-figure

Warriors

Greece

Greek

Attic

Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

clay

Vessels

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

574229

766529

14d003097

Slide scan - Vendor slide

79.1.1

140249

2014-07-24 00:11:34

Full Record: x-766530/14D003098

Clay Belly Amphora with Black-Figure Herakles Battling the Amazons and Amphora Lid

lid

Attic (Greek)

Former site: Greece; Repository: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

Attic

creation date: ca. 525 BCE

clay with slip glaze, ceramics

height: 48 cm (18.9 inches)

Amphorae

Hercules (Roman mythology)

Amazons

Battles

Fighting

Horses

Black-figure

Warriors

Greece

Greek

Attic

Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

clay

Vessels

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

574229

766530

14d003098

Slide scan - Vendor slide

79.1.1

140249

2014-07-24 00:09:19

Full Record: x-766531/14D003099

Clay Belly Amphora with Black-Figure Herakles Battling the Amazons and Amphora Lid

Herakles fighting the Amazons and lid

Attic (Greek)

Former site: Greece; Repository: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

Attic

creation date: ca. 525 BCE

clay with slip glaze, ceramics

height: 48 cm (18.9 inches)

Amphorae

Hercules (Roman mythology)

Amazons

Battles

Fighting

Horses

Black-figure

Warriors

Greece

Greek

Attic

Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

clay

Vessels

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

574229

766531

14d003099

Slide scan - Vendor slide

79.1.1

140249

2014-07-24 00:09:24

Amphora

Dionysos and Maenads, front view

painter: Amasis Painter (Greek, -560--515)

Discovery location: Vulci (Lazio, Italy); Repository: Bibliotheque Nationale de France (Paris, France)

Black-figure, Attic

Creation date: 550-525 BCE

pigment, clay, ceramics

height: 13 inches, height: 33.02 cm

Amphorae

Pottery (object genre)

Black-figure

Dionysus (Greek deity)

Maenads (Greek mythology)

214443

159450

431J

KA486

3DM 2

Full Record: x-159452/06D103260

Amphora

Dionysos and Maenads, front view

painter: Amasis Painter (Greek, -560--515)

Discovery location: Vulci (Lazio, Italy); Repository: Bibliotheque Nationale de France (Paris, France)

Black-figure, Attic

Creation date: 550-525 BCE

pigment, clay, ceramics

height: 13 inches, height: 33.02 cm

Amphorae

Pottery (object genre)

Black-figure

Dionysus (Greek deity)

Maenads (Greek mythology)

214443

159452

06d103260

431J

KA486

3DM 2

cop.2*.r

2012-11-25 05:19:45

Full Record: x-159453/05D110273

Amphora

Back view. Detail: Athena and Poseidon

painter: Amasis Painter (Greek, -560--515)

Discovery location: Vulci (Lazio, Italy); Repository: Bibliotheque Nationale de France (Paris, France)

Black-figure, Attic

Creation date: 550-525 BCE

pigment, clay, ceramics

height: 13 inches, height: 33.02 cm

Amphorae

Pottery (object genre)

Black-figure

Dionysus (Greek deity)

Maenads (Greek mythology)

214443

159453

05d110273

431J

KA486

3DM 4

*.d-a.r

2012-11-25 07:05:39

Full Record: x-159454/05D110269

Amphora

Dionysos and Maenads, front view. Detail: Detail of Dionysos with Maenads

painter: Amasis Painter (Greek, -560--515)

Discovery location: Vulci (Lazio, Italy); Repository: Bibliotheque Nationale de France (Paris, France)

Black-figure, Attic

Creation date: 550-525 BCE

pigment, clay, ceramics

height: 13 inches, height: 33.02 cm

Amphorae

Pottery (object genre)

Black-figure

Dionysus (Greek deity)

Maenads (Greek mythology)

214443

159454

05d110269

431J

KA486

3DM 12

*.d-a.r

2012-11-25 06:53:12

Amphora

Dionysos and Maenads, front view

painter: Amasis Painter (Greek, -560--515)

Discovery location: Vulci (Lazio, Italy); Repository: Bibliotheque Nationale de France (Paris, France)

Black-figure, Attic

Creation date: 550-525 BCE

pigment, clay, ceramics

height: 13 inches, height: 33.02 cm

Amphorae

Pottery (object genre)

Black-figure

Dionysus (Greek deity)

Maenads (Greek mythology)

214443

280200

431J

KA486

3DM 2

cop.3

Full Record: x-306600/06D100862

Amphora

Dionysos and Maenads, front view

painter: Amasis Painter (Greek, -560--515)

Discovery location: Vulci (Lazio, Italy); Repository: Bibliotheque Nationale de France (Paris, France)

Black-figure, Attic

Creation date: 550-525 BCE

pigment, clay, ceramics

height: 13 inches, height: 33.02 cm

Amphorae

Pottery (object genre)

Black-figure

Dionysus (Greek deity)

Maenads (Greek mythology)

214443

306600

06d100862

Slide scan - HART collection

431J

KA486

3DM 2

*.r

060033

2012-11-25 05:13:17

Full Record: x-368347/04D105820

Amphora

Dionysos and Maenads, front view

painter: Amasis Painter (Greek, -560--515)

Discovery location: Vulci (Lazio, Italy); Repository: Bibliotheque Nationale de France (Paris, France)

Black-figure, Attic

Creation date: 550-525 BCE

pigment, clay, ceramics

height: 13 inches, height: 33.02 cm

Amphorae

Pottery (object genre)

Black-figure

Dionysus (Greek deity)

Maenads (Greek mythology)

214443

368347

04d105820

431J

KA486

3DM 2

cop.4*.r-digitalonly

2012-11-25 04:25:27

Full Record: x-766498/14D003045

Nolan Amphora with Red-Figure Decoration of a Young Man, a Woman, and an Old Man

old man with walking stick

vase painter: Attributed to the Berlin Painter (Greek, -500--475)

Former site: Greece; Repository: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

Classical

creation date: ca. 480 BCE

clay with pigment, ceramics

height: 33.7 cm (13.27 inches)

Amphorae

Youths

Elderly

Male figures

Female figures

Red-figure

Vessels

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

Greece

Greek

Berlin Painter (Greek vase painter, -500--475)

Classical

Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

clay

574220

766498

14d003045

Slide scan - Vendor slide

77.7.1

140247

2014-07-17 00:22:02

Full Record: x-766499/14D003046

Nolan Amphora with Red-Figure Decoration of a Young Man, a Woman, and an Old Man

young man and woman

vase painter: Attributed to the Berlin Painter (Greek, -500--475)

Former site: Greece; Repository: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

Classical

creation date: ca. 480 BCE

clay with pigment, ceramics

height: 33.7 cm (13.27 inches)

Amphorae

Youths

Elderly

Male figures

Female figures

Red-figure

Vessels

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

Greece

Greek

Berlin Painter (Greek vase painter, -500--475)

Classical

Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

clay

574220

766499

14d003046

Slide scan - Vendor slide

77.7.1

140247

2014-07-17 00:15:19

Full Record: x-766500/14D003047

Nolan Amphora with Red-Figure Decoration of a Young Man, a Woman, and an Old Man

view of handle

vase painter: Attributed to the Berlin Painter (Greek, -500--475)

Former site: Greece; Repository: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

Classical

creation date: ca. 480 BCE

clay with pigment, ceramics

height: 33.7 cm (13.27 inches)

Amphorae

Youths

Elderly

Male figures

Female figures

Red-figure

Vessels

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

Greece

Greek

Berlin Painter (Greek vase painter, -500--475)

Classical

Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

clay

574220

766500

14d003047

Slide scan - Vendor slide

77.7.1

140247

2014-07-17 00:18:46

Full Record: x-766501/14D003048

Nolan Amphora with Red-Figure Decoration of a Young Man, a Woman, and an Old Man

view of side handle

vase painter: Attributed to the Berlin Painter (Greek, -500--475)

Former site: Greece; Repository: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

Classical

creation date: ca. 480 BCE

clay with pigment, ceramics

height: 33.7 cm (13.27 inches)

Amphorae

Youths

Elderly

Male figures

Female figures

Red-figure

Vessels

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

Greece

Greek

Berlin Painter (Greek vase painter, -500--475)

Classical

Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

clay

574220

766501

14d003048

Slide scan - Vendor slide

77.7.1

140247

2014-07-17 00:16:23

Full Record: x-766081/14D002835

Proto-Nikosthenic Clay Amphoriskos

Etruscan

Former site: Italy; Repository: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

Archaic/Etruscan

creation date: 640-600 BCE

clay, ceramics

11.4 x 9.1 cm (4.49 x 3.58 inches)

Amphoriskos

Amphorae

Vessels

Ceramics

Pottery (object genre)

Italy

Etruscan

Archaic/Etruscan

Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

clay

574042

766081

14d002835

Slide scan - Vendor slide

6604

140221

2014-07-09 00:41:57

Lycurgus Consulting the Pythia

Lycurgus Consulting the Pythia

painter: Eugène Delacroix (French, 1798-1863)

Intended location: for Library Palais Bourbon (Paris, France) (Paris, France); Repository: University of Michigan Museum of Art (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

Romantic

Creation date: 1842

oil on canvas, painting (image-making)

32.7x41.08 cm (12.875x16.175 inches)

Animal sacrifice

Pottery (object genre)

Vessels

Olive branches

Pedestals

Lycurgus

Delphian Oracle

Law

Sparta (Extinct city)

189317

274930

375

D332

4BL

Full Record: x-274931/02D100853

Lycurgus Consulting the Pythia

Lycurgus Consulting the Pythia

painter: Eugène Delacroix (French, 1798-1863)

Intended location: for Library Palais Bourbon (Paris, France) (Paris, France); Repository: University of Michigan Museum of Art (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

Romantic

Creation date: 1842

oil on canvas, painting (image-making)

32.7x41.08 cm (12.875x16.175 inches)

Animal sacrifice

Pottery (object genre)

Vessels

Olive branches

Pedestals

Lycurgus

Delphian Oracle

Law

Sparta (Extinct city)

189317

274931

02d100853

Slide scan - HART collection

375

D332

4BL

cop. 2

070559

2012-11-25 07:50:39

Lycurgus Consulting the Pythia

Lycurgus Consulting the Pythia. Detail: Right portion

painter: Eugène Delacroix (French, 1798-1863)

Intended location: for Library Palais Bourbon (Paris, France) (Paris, France); Repository: University of Michigan Museum of Art (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

Romantic

Creation date: 1842

oil on canvas, painting (image-making)

32.7x41.08 cm (12.875x16.175 inches)

Animal sacrifice

Pottery (object genre)

Vessels

Olive branches

Pedestals

Lycurgus

Delphian Oracle

Law

Sparta (Extinct city)

189317

274932

375

D332

4BL 3

Full Record: x-274933/07D124394

Lycurgus Consulting the Pythia

Detail: Right portion, the Pythia

painter: Eugène Delacroix (French, 1798-1863)

Intended location: for Library Palais Bourbon (Paris, France) (Paris, France); Repository: University of Michigan Museum of Art (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

Romantic

Creation date: 1842

oil on canvas, painting (image-making)

32.7x41.08 cm (12.875x16.175 inches)

Animal sacrifice

Pottery (object genre)

Vessels

Olive branches

Pedestals

Lycurgus

Delphian Oracle

Law

Sparta (Extinct city)

189317

274933

07d124394

Slide scan - HART collection

375

D332

4BL 3d

070559

2012-11-25 07:50:42

Lycurgus Consulting the Pythia

Lycurgus Consulting the Pythia. Detail: Left portion, Lycurgus

painter: Eugène Delacroix (French, 1798-1863)

Intended location: for Library Palais Bourbon (Paris, France) (Paris, France); Repository: University of Michigan Museum of Art (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

Romantic

Creation date: 1842

oil on canvas, painting (image-making)

32.7x41.08 cm (12.875x16.175 inches)

Animal sacrifice

Pottery (object genre)

Vessels

Olive branches

Pedestals

Lycurgus

Delphian Oracle

Law

Sparta (Extinct city)

189317

274934

375

D332

4BL 4

Full Record: x-274938/07D124393

Lycurgus Consulting the Pythia

Detail: Left portion, Lycurgus

painter: Eugène Delacroix (French, 1798-1863)

Intended location: for Library Palais Bourbon (Paris, France) (Paris, France); Repository: University of Michigan Museum of Art (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

Romantic

Creation date: 1842

oil on canvas, painting (image-making)

32.7x41.08 cm (12.875x16.175 inches)

Animal sacrifice

Pottery (object genre)

Vessels

Olive branches

Pedestals

Lycurgus

Delphian Oracle

Law

Sparta (Extinct city)

189317

274938

07d124393

Slide scan - HART collection

375

D332

4BL 4d

070559

2012-11-25 07:50:42

Lycurgus Consulting the Pythia

Lycurgus Consulting the Pythia. Detail: Central portion, lamb

painter: Eugène Delacroix (French, 1798-1863)

Intended location: for Library Palais Bourbon (Paris, France) (Paris, France); Repository: University of Michigan Museum of Art (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

Romantic

Creation date: 1842

oil on canvas, painting (image-making)

32.7x41.08 cm (12.875x16.175 inches)

Animal sacrifice

Pottery (object genre)

Vessels

Olive branches

Pedestals

Lycurgus

Delphian Oracle

Law

Sparta (Extinct city)

189317

274943

375

D332

4BL 5

Full Record: x-274944/07D124392

Lycurgus Consulting the Pythia

Detail: Central portion, sacrificial lamb

painter: Eugène Delacroix (French, 1798-1863)

Intended location: for Library Palais Bourbon (Paris, France) (Paris, France); Repository: University of Michigan Museum of Art (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

Romantic

Creation date: 1842

oil on canvas, painting (image-making)

32.7x41.08 cm (12.875x16.175 inches)

Animal sacrifice

Pottery (object genre)

Vessels

Olive branches

Pedestals

Lycurgus

Delphian Oracle

Law

Sparta (Extinct city)

189317

274944

07d124392

Slide scan - HART collection

375

D332

4BL 5a

070559

2012-11-25 07:50:41

Full Record: x-274945/07D124395

Lycurgus Consulting the Pythia

Detail: Lower right portion, tripod and serpent

painter: Eugène Delacroix (French, 1798-1863)

Intended location: for Library Palais Bourbon (Paris, France) (Paris, France); Repository: University of Michigan Museum of Art (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

Romantic

Creation date: 1842

oil on canvas, painting (image-making)

32.7x41.08 cm (12.875x16.175 inches)

Animal sacrifice

Pottery (object genre)

Vessels

Olive branches

Pedestals

Lycurgus

Delphian Oracle

Law

Sparta (Extinct city)

189317

274945

07d124395

Slide scan - HART collection

375

D332

4BL 6

070559

2012-11-25 07:50:42