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Apollo offering a libation to the raven, kylix, 5th century BC Featured Print

Apollo offering a libation to the raven, kylix, 5th century BC

Attic White Ground kylix of the early 5th century BC. Showing Apollo sitting on a stool performing a libation whilst holding a lyre. A raven looks on. This scene posibly could allude to the myth of King Phlegyas's daughter Koronida (from the Greek korone, raven), who was in love with Apollo, although some scholars believe it is simply a bird with prophetic powers. From the Archaeological Museum of Delphi.

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Greeting Card...., 1821. Creator: Johannes Endletzberger Featured Print

Greeting Card...., 1821. Creator: Johannes Endletzberger

Greeting Card: silver embossed paper frame, engraved motto on white card stock, silk chiffon, silver 'Dresden' urn scrap, tiny floral embellishments made of a clay-like material, watercolor, and graphite, 1821.

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Ancient Greek pottery, (1898). Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Ancient Greek pottery, (1898). Creator: Unknown

Ancient Greek pottery, (1898). 'Figs 1-9: Forms of Greek vases. Fig 1: Amphora, vessel for oil, wine etc. Fig 2: Hydria, vessel for carrying water. Fig 3: Urn, a cinerary vessel. Fig 4: Oenochoe, wine-can, pouring-vessel. Fig 5: Cylix, drinking-cup. Fig 6: Deinos, crater, vessel for mixing wine and water. Fig 7: Lecythus, vessel for anointing-oil. Fig 8: Cantharus, two-handled drinking-cup. Fig 9: Rhyton, drinking-vessel. Fig. 10: Female figure on an Amphora in the National Museum at Naples. Figs 11-32: Ornaments on vases in the Museums of Naples, Rome, Munich, Paris and London'. Plate 6 from "The Historic Styles of Ornament" translated from the German of H. Dolmetsch. [B.T. Batford, London, 1898]

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