Wojciech Jakubczyk
Więcej pomysłów od użytkownika Wojciech
Oinochoe con ninfa e satiro, particolare, IV a.C. Museo Archeologico Nazionale Jatta, Ruvo di Puglia. Cultura greca e magno-greca

Oinochoe con ninfa e satiro, particolare, IV a.C. Museo Archeologico Nazionale Jatta, Ruvo di Puglia. Cultura greca e magno-greca

Archaeological museum, Athens by Aleksandr Zykov, via Flickr

Archaeological museum, Athens by Aleksandr Zykov, via Flickr

In this depiction of a boy sitting in a klismos you can see such detail that it is evident that the chair has a woven seat.

In this depiction of a boy sitting in a klismos you can see such detail that it is evident that the chair has a woven seat.

Terracotta psykter (vase for cooling wine) Attributed to Oltos - Period: Archaic, ca. 520–510 B.C. - Attic - Terracotta; red-figure

Terracotta psykter (vase for cooling wine) Attributed to Oltos - Period: Archaic, ca. 520–510 B.C. - Attic - Terracotta; red-figure

Child with a toy in front of an altar and a stele. Small, red-figured oenochoe. Around 425 BCE Inv. CA 1683 Louvre, Departement des Antiquites Grecques/Romaines, Paris, France

Child with a toy in front of an altar and a stele. Small, red-figured oenochoe. Around 425 BCE Inv. CA 1683 Louvre, Departement des Antiquites Grecques/Romaines, Paris, France

Schoolboys of Ancient Greece were made to memorize... | The Getty

Schoolboys of Ancient Greece were made to memorize... | The Getty

Drinking cup (kylix), the Ambrosius Painter | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Drinking cup (kylix), the Ambrosius Painter | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Adoration of ithyphallic Hermae  A young girl is in front of a Herm, portrayed in a gesture of adoration: her right arm is streched out toward the Herm while her left hand holds a sprig of myrtle.  On the right side of the scene, an old man repeats the same gesture of adoration in front of a second Herm.   Attic red-figure column krater Atrributed to The Boreas Painter About 500-450 BC From Bologna Bologna, Museo Civico Archeologico

Adoration of ithyphallic Hermae A young girl is in front of a Herm, portrayed in a gesture of adoration: her right arm is streched out toward the Herm while her left hand holds a sprig of myrtle. On the right side of the scene, an old man repeats the same gesture of adoration in front of a second Herm. Attic red-figure column krater Atrributed to The Boreas Painter About 500-450 BC From Bologna Bologna, Museo Civico Archeologico

Priapus

Priapus

Pan Painter, Artemis and Aktaion Krater, ca. 470-460 BC, Boston Museum of Fine Arts    The herm-inspired Pan (god of the Wild), amorously chases a shepherd unfortunately cloaked in a fawn skin and straw hat. Depictions of Pan became particularly popular after the Greek victory over Persia in Marathon; Greeks sometimes paid thanks to Pan for causing a panic among the Persians, leading to a Greek victory.

Pan Painter, Artemis and Aktaion Krater, ca. 470-460 BC, Boston Museum of Fine Arts The herm-inspired Pan (god of the Wild), amorously chases a shepherd unfortunately cloaked in a fawn skin and straw hat. Depictions of Pan became particularly popular after the Greek victory over Persia in Marathon; Greeks sometimes paid thanks to Pan for causing a panic among the Persians, leading to a Greek victory.