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Muse (Terpsichore) Marble, perhaps Parian, Greek, late to mid centuries BC. Carlos Collection of Ancient Art.

Поща – todorenchev@hotmail.com

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The Motya Charioteer. Greek. about 460 450 BC found in 1979 on the Sicilian island of Motya. marble. British Museum. http://hadrian6.tumblr.com

The Motya Charioteer: The British Museum - Made by a Greek sculptor in Sicily about BC. Found in 1979 on the Sicilian island of Motya (Mozia), off the western tip of Sicily.

Terracotta Statue of a Woman looking into a Box Mirror  300-200 BC  Hellenistic  This woman holds a box mirror on her knee. The lid has dropped and she gazes into the reflective surface, which would have been of highly polished bronze.  (Source: The...

Terracotta Statue of a Woman looking into a Box Mirror BC Hellenistic This woman holds a box mirror on her knee. The lid has dropped and she gazes into the reflective surface, which would have been of highly polished bronze.

Aerial view of Mari before the arrival of IS. The protective roof over the palace area is visible at the centre.

Destruction at the ancient site of Mari in Syria

Aerial view of Mari before the arrival of IS. The protective roof over the palace area is visible at the centre.

~ Searching for your split-apart... Aristophanes... and if you've seen that movie "the Butcher's Wife" ;)

This is only mythology but it is a beautiful thought of soul mates.Greek mythology - the images this creates would make an awesome tattoo

Douris Pentheus kylix

Douris Pentheus kylix

Oinochoe, chous  Period:Classical  Date:ca. 420 B.C.  Culture:Greek, Attic  Medium:Terracotta; red-figure-Greek and Roman Art

Oinochoe, chous Period:Classical Date:ca. 420 B.C. Culture:Greek, Attic Medium:Terracotta; red-figure-Greek and Roman Art

Phidias (Greek sculptor), "Elgin Marbles" from the Parthenon, 447–438 BCE, British Museum, London.

Phidias (Greek sculptor), "Elgin Marbles" from the Parthenon, BCE, British Museum, London.

Melpomene

Melpomene

A century CE Roman sculpture of Melpomene, the Muse of tragedy. She holds a sword and the tragic mask of Hercules

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