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Large, round-bottomed bowl (dinos) Unknown artist, Campanian Large, round-bottomed bowl (dinos), 490 - 470 BCE Bronze RISD Museum
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Large, round-bottomed bowl (dinos) Unknown artist, Campanian Large, round-bottomed bowl (dinos), 490 - 470 BCE Bronze RISD Museum

Large, round-bottomed bowl (dinos)  Unknown artist, Campanian  Large, round-bottomed bowl (dinos), 490 - 470 BCE  Bronze  RISD Museum

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Un tazón grande, de fondo redondo (dinos) Artista desconocido, de Campania Un tazón grande, de fondo redondo (dinos), aC Bronce RISD Museo

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Early Persian (?) Silver Spouted Bowl with Handle
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Терракота Греческий, архаического периода ок 550-500 до н.э. Сирены мифические существа известные в древности для их песни, которые заманили моряков к их смерти. Многие святилища сирен, как известно, не существовало. Этот большой, ручной моделируется статуэтка, скорее всего, обету в таком sactuary. Музей Метрополитен Нью-Йорк
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Терракота Греческий, архаического периода ок 550-500 до н.э.   Сирены мифические существа известные в древности для их песни, которые заманили моряков к их смерти. Многие святилища сирен, как известно, не существовало. Этот большой, ручной моделируется статуэтка, скорее всего, обету в таком sactuary.   Музей Метрополитен Нью-Йорк
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Attributed to the Naples Painter. Terracotta lebes gamikos (round-bottomed bowl with handles and stand used in weddings), ca. 420 B.C. Greek, Attic. Classical Period. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1906 (06.1021.298) | The scene shows preparations for a wedding. The seated bride, who holds a mirror, is flanked by attendants holding a dinos (deep bowl), probably of bronze, and a casket. The youth at the right might be the groom.
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Attributed to the Naples Painter. Terracotta lebes gamikos (round-bottomed bowl with handles and stand used in weddings), ca. 420 B.C. Greek, Attic. Classical Period. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1906 (06.1021.298) | The scene shows preparations for a wedding. The seated bride, who holds a mirror, is flanked by attendants holding a dinos (deep bowl), probably of bronze, and a casket. The youth at the right might be the groom.

Attributed to the Naples Painter. Terracotta lebes gamikos (round-bottomed bowl with handles and stand used in weddings), ca. 420 B.C. Greek, Attic. Classical Period. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1906 (06.1021.298) | The scene shows preparations for a wedding. The seated bride, who holds a mirror, is flanked by attendants holding a dinos (deep bowl), probably of bronze, and a casket. The youth at the right might be the groom.
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Decorated copper alloy ball from Walston, Lanarkshire. The decoration suggests a 6th-7th century AD date, but its use is unknown. #Celts
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Decorated copper alloy ball from Walston, Lanarkshire. The decoration suggests a 6th-7th century AD date, but its use is unknown. #Celts

Decorated copper alloy ball from Walston, Lanarkshire. The decoration suggests a 6th-7th century AD date, but its use is unknown. #Celts
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Bronze oinochoe (jug) Period: Archaic Date: mid-6th century B.C. Culture: Greek Medium: Bronze
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This jug belongs to a type that first appeared in the late seventh century B. and, during the sixth, was popular in the area of the western Mediterranean as far as Spain.

Bronze oinochoe (jug) Period: Archaic Date: mid-6th century B.C. Culture: Greek Medium: Bronze

Bronze oinochoe (jug)   Period: Archaic Date: mid-6th century B.C. Culture: Greek Medium: Bronze
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O dinos encontrado na Áttica, datado entre o século VII e VI a.C., era o vaso utilizado para misturar o vinho e a água. Consiste de duas partes; uma vasilha de base grande que e mantida em cima de seu suporte formando um par com a mesma decoração de animais e plantas. Era um vaso típico encontrado em banquetes, visto que os gregos costumavam beber vinho diluído. O suporte da vasilha permitia que o vinho ficasse a altura das pessoas. Exposto no Museu do Louvre em Paris.
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O dinos encontrado na Áttica, datado entre o século VII e VI a.C., era o vaso utilizado para misturar o vinho e a água. Consiste de duas partes; uma vasilha de base grande que e mantida em cima de seu suporte formando um par com a mesma decoração de animais e plantas. Era um vaso típico encontrado em banquetes, visto que os gregos costumavam beber vinho diluído. O suporte da vasilha permitia que o vinho ficasse a altura das pessoas. Exposto no Museu do Louvre em Paris.

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