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AN ITALO-MEGARIAN WARE POTTERY BOWL CIRCA 2ND CENTURY B.C.

AN ITALO-MEGARIAN WARE POTTERY BOWL CIRCA 2ND CENTURY B.C.

A MEGARIAN WARE POTTERY BOWL   HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA 2ND CENTURY B.C.   Mold-made & black-glazed, the base centered by a rosette surrounded by a disk, from which radiates a composite floral of six acanthus petals folded at the tip, alternating with two types of acanthus petals, with an Amazonomachy frieze above of seven warriors with circular shields & short swords, alternating with seven Amazons carrying shields & spears, a band of egg-and-dart below the rim  5¼ in. (13.5 cm.) diameter

A MEGARIAN WARE POTTERY BOWL HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA 2ND CENTURY B.C. Mold-made & black-glazed, the base centered by a rosette surrounded by a disk, from which radiates a composite floral of six acanthus petals folded at the tip, alternating with two types of acanthus petals, with an Amazonomachy frieze above of seven warriors with circular shields & short swords, alternating with seven Amazons carrying shields & spears, a band of egg-and-dart below the rim 5¼ in. (13.5 cm.) diameter

Terracotta Megarian bowl 2nd century B.C. Greek, Boeotian  The subject matter on this bowl closely follows an episode in book V of Iliad, in which Athena exhorts Ares, the god of war, to remain neutral during the specific duels of the Trojan conflict that took place.. As in Homer's text, the two Olympians observe the fighting from the banks of the river Skamandros, a detail that confirms the subject matter depicted on the bowl.

Terracotta Megarian bowl 2nd century B.C. Greek, Boeotian The subject matter on this bowl closely follows an episode in book V of Iliad, in which Athena exhorts Ares, the god of war, to remain neutral during the specific duels of the Trojan conflict that took place.. As in Homer's text, the two Olympians observe the fighting from the banks of the river Skamandros, a detail that confirms the subject matter depicted on the bowl.

Megarian Ware Bowl CULTURE / REGION OF ORIGIN: Hellenistic, Greece or western Asia Minor. possibly of Central Italian manufacture. DATE: 2nd – 1st Century BCE http://www.clioancientart.com/catalog/i203.html

Megarian Ware Bowl CULTURE / REGION OF ORIGIN: Hellenistic, Greece or western Asia Minor. possibly of Central Italian manufacture. DATE: 2nd – 1st Century BCE http://www.clioancientart.com/catalog/i203.html

103: Hellenistic decorated Megarian redware bowl : Lot 103

103: Hellenistic decorated Megarian redware bowl : Lot 103

Hellenistic grave goods from children's graves at Apollonia Pontica, loc. Kalfata | by diffendale. Hellenistic grave goods from children's graves at Apollonia Pontica, loc. Kalfata A 'Megarian' bowl with an inscribed Φ (phi) and a terracotta figurine of a nude female (Aphrodite?) wearing a bulla (?) and a headdress. (It's unclear from the museum placard on what basis the graves are identified as belonging to children). Greek, Hellenistic period, 3rd-2nd cs. BCE. Found in the necropolis at…

Hellenistic grave goods from children's graves at Apollonia Pontica, loc. Kalfata | by diffendale. Hellenistic grave goods from children's graves at Apollonia Pontica, loc. Kalfata A 'Megarian' bowl with an inscribed Φ (phi) and a terracotta figurine of a nude female (Aphrodite?) wearing a bulla (?) and a headdress. (It's unclear from the museum placard on what basis the graves are identified as belonging to children). Greek, Hellenistic period, 3rd-2nd cs. BCE. Found in the necropolis at…

Hellenistic Megarian Ware Vase.   An ancient Hellenistic Greek Megarian ware red glazed bowl with molded relief decoration in the form of palmettes and oval Celtic shields. Athens or Corinth, circa 3rd-2nd century BC

Hellenistic Megarian Ware Vase. An ancient Hellenistic Greek Megarian ware red glazed bowl with molded relief decoration in the form of palmettes and oval Celtic shields. Athens or Corinth, circa 3rd-2nd century BC

Greek Hellenistic Megarian Ware Bowl

Greek Hellenistic Megarian Ware Bowl

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Megarian Greek bowl with hunting scene. Period: 3rd-1st century BC. These types of bowls (precursor of the "Terra Sigillata") were produced in Greece and Asia Minor. This bowl shows a central flower, surrounded by 8 leaves with birds in between. Above a hunting scene with dogs and game.

Megarian Greek bowl with hunting scene. Period: 3rd-1st century BC. These types of bowls (precursor of the "Terra Sigillata") were produced in Greece and Asia Minor. This bowl shows a central flower, surrounded by 8 leaves with birds in between. Above a hunting scene with dogs and game.

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