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CORINTHIAN POTTERY ARYBALLOS  Two prancing horses, rosettes in the field.  Ca. 575 BC

CORINTHIAN POTTERY ARYBALLOS Two prancing horses, rosettes in the field. Ca. 575 BC

Corinthian Round-Bodied Pyxis; Perhaps by the Chimaera Painter (Greek (Corinthian), active 600 - 575 B.C.); Greece (Corinth); about 570 B.C.; Terracotta; 21.7 × 22.2 cm (8 9/16 × 8 3/4 in.); 88.AE.105; J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California

Perhaps by the Chimaera Painter (Greek (Corinthian), active 600 - 575 B. × cm × 8 in.

Pottery olpe decorated with two friezes of animals, including lions, a rabbit, a cockerel and a double-bodied panther-bird.

Pottery olpe decorated with two friezes of animals, including lions, a rabbit, a cockerel and a double-bodied panther-bird.

A CORINTHIAN POTTERY ARYBALLOS, Early 6th century.

A CORINTHIAN POTTERY ARYBALLOS, Early 6th century.

Hydrie (calpis) à figures noires : Héraclès chez Pholos. Héraclès lui demande d'ouvrir la jarre de vin que Dionysos avait confiée aux centaures. Vers 520-510 av J.-C. Paris, musée du Louvre

Attic black-figure hydria: Centaur Pholus lets his friend Heracles taste the wine in his cave on Mount Pelion. Heracles asked him to open the jar of wine that Dionysus had entrusted to the centaurs. About BC, Musée du Louvre, Paris

CORINTHIAN POTTERY ARYBALLOS  Spherical in form with a siren, her wings spread, and two birds; rosettes in the field.  Ca. 600 BC

CORINTHIAN POTTERY ARYBALLOS Spherical in form with a siren, her wings spread, and two birds; rosettes in the field. Ca. 600 BC

A Corinthian pottery amphoriskos. Attributed to the Japigia Painter, circa 560-550 B.C.

A Corinthian pottery amphoriskos. Attributed to the Japigia Painter, circa B.

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