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Kotyle with Sirens, late Corinthian - 575 - 550 BC, (in) Corinth Museum, described by Amyx et al, 1975; photo by Diffendale, 2008.

Late Corinthian kotyle From the Southeast Building, Corinth, Well at H m Corinth Museum D. Amyx & P. Lawrence, Corinth Archaic Corinthian Pottery and the Anaploga Well pp.

Corinthian Club, Glasgow, Scotland  the mother of all banquettes

Tufted purple banquette and those cozy balloon chairs at the Corinthian Club in Glasgow. Admire the sculpted ceiling and long windows too. But the purple takes my breath away!

Corinthian Column

I like the way this column is shaped and it has a slight elegance to it

The intricate design is drawn with precision. Using another material to draw this would have struggled as the detail and the precision would have been smudged. the shading and the cleanliness of the drawing is something that i aim to improve at.

A decorated column drawing in incredible detail - notice how line hatching becomes more condense and therefore darker as the surface turns away from the light.

Accent rugs should fit comfortably in the area in which you place them, such as in front of a doorway. And runners should be long enough to finish a ...

Accent rugs should fit comfortably in the area in which you place them, such as in front of a doorway. And runners should be long enough to finish a .

Corinthian Helmet, bronze, Ancient Greece. The Mycenaeans made weapons and armor out of bronze to protect themselves in battles

Title:Corinthian Helmet Artist:Greek Date:c. 540 B. Medium:Bronze x x in. x x cm) Creation Place:Greek, Peleponisos Credit Line:Gift of Ruth and Bruce Dayton

Corinthians by Michael Keck. Something about this grabs me.....the colors, shapes, lines, it's really beautiful.

Corinthians by Michel Keck - Corinthians Painting - Corinthians Fine Art Prints and Posters for Sale

Third graders made these awesome Greek vases and columns. We began by looking at many examples of pottery from Ancient Greece. Many of the pictures on the pots and vessels told stories about life in Ancient Greece. They also had beautiful patterns and designs. Third graders made styrofoam prints of their vases and finished their work with a Doric, Ionic, or Corinthian column.

Third graders made these awesome Greek vases and columns. We began by looking at many examples of pottery from Ancient Greece.

Proto-Corinthian olpe with animals and sphinxes, ca. 640 BC–630 BC. From Corinth

Proto-Corinthian olpe with registers of lions, bulls, ibex and sphinxes, ca. Pottery of ancient Greece. At the Louvre Museum Paris - Wikipedia

Greek Silver Stater of Corinth - 6th century BC. A 'Grammadion Cross'   -  Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In Bronze Age Europe, the "Sun cross" (a three- or four-armed hooked cross in a circle) appears frequently, often interpreted as a solar symbol. Co-opted by evil in the modern era, swastika shapes have been found on numerous artifacts from Iron Age Europe (Armenian Arevakhach), Greco-Roman, Illyrian, Etruscan, Baltic, Celtic, Germanic, Slavic and Georgian Borjgali.[1] Wikipedia.

A Rare, Exceptional, and Important Greek Silver Stater of Corinth (Corinthia), Among the Finest Known of the First Mainland Greek Silver Issue

Corinthian Aryballos in the Shape of an Owl   ca. 640 BC  This owl shaped perfume container is made from molded clay and painted with black varnish using red highlights. Originating from Corinth, Greece, this aryballos can now be found at the Louvre in Paris, France. http://www.billcasselman.com/unpub_two/soap.htm

Corinthian aryballos in the shape of an owl, circa 640 B., a perfume container made from molded clay and painted with black varnish using red highlights, on display at the Louvre in Paris, France

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Bronze helmet of Apulian-Corinthian type   mid-4th–mid-3rd century B.C.    Greek, South Italian  These helmets represent South Italian adaptations of the Greek type known as Corinthian. The general shape is more open at the bottom, and the articulation of the face includes marked ridges above the eyes and at the "hairline." The example with the plume holder (2003.407.4) also has lightly traced ornament and the figure of a horse.

These helmets represent South Italian adaptations of the Greek type known as Corinthian. The general shape is more open at the bottom, and the articulation of the face includes marked ridges above the eyes and at the "hairline

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