• Reconstruction of  the inside of the Greek Tomb of  the Diver  [La Tomba del Truffatore] from the Greek city of Poseidonia which became Roman Paestum. .   The rear panel is from one of the long sides of the tomb and shows a symposium of men lying on couches facing low tables on which goblets have been placed.  The abondon experienced at the Synposium was one way in which the dead could access the next world .  The fresco on the lid of the tomb and shows a  diving from a column into water. The column represents the border of thye known world and therefore the limit of man's knowledge.  The dive represents the passage form this world to the next. The tomb is painted with the true fresco technique and its importance lies in being "the only example of Greek painting with figured scenes dating from the Orientalizing, Archaic, or Classical periods to survive in its entirety. Paestrum, Andriuolo.  (480-470 BC  )
  • Reconstruction of  the inside of the Greek Tomb of  the Diver  [La Tomba del Truffatore] from the Greek city of Poseidonia which became Roman Paestum. .   The rear panel is from one of the long sides of the tomb and shows a symposium of men lying on couches facing low tables on which goblets have been placed.  The abondon experienced at the Synposium was one way in which the dead could access the next world .  The fresco on the lid of the tomb and shows a  diving from a column into water. The column represents the border of thye known world and therefore the limit of man's knowledge.  The dive represents the passage form this world to the next. The tomb is painted with the true fresco technique and its importance lies in being "the only example of Greek painting with figured scenes dating from the Orientalizing, Archaic, or Classical periods to survive in its entirety. Paestrum, Andriuolo.  (480-470 BC  )
  • Greek Fresco on the inside of Tomb of  the Diver  [La Tomba del Truffatore] from the Greek city of Poseidonia which became Roman Paestum. This panel is from one of the long sides of the tomb and shows a symposium of men lying on couches facing low tables.  The men on the couches are playing the song of Eros the liar and the flute to distract the deceased from worldly thoughts so he can enter the next world. The tomb is painted with the true fresco technique and its importance lies in being "the only example of Greek painting with figured scenes dating from the Orientalizing, Archaic, or Classical periods to survive in its entirety. Paestrum, Andriuolo.  (480-470 BC  )
  • Greek Fresco on the inside of Tomb of  the Diver  [La Tomba del Truffatore] from the Greek city of Poseidonia which became Roman Paestum. This panel is from one of the long sides of the tomb and shows a symposium of men lying on couches facing low tables.  The men on the couches are playing the song of Eros the liar and the flute to distract the deceased from worldly thoughts so he can enter the next world. The tomb is painted with the true fresco technique and its importance lies in being "the only example of Greek painting with figured scenes dating from the Orientalizing, Archaic, or Classical periods to survive in its entirety. Paestrum, Andriuolo.  (480-470 BC  )
  • Reconstruction of  the inside of the Greek Tomb of  the Diver  [La Tomba del Truffatore]. The rear panel is from one of the long sides of the tomb and shows a symposium of men lying on couches facing low tables.  The men on the couches are playing the song of Eros the liar and the flute to distract the deceased from worldly thoughts so he can enter the next world. The fresco on the lid of the tomb and shows a  diving from a column into water. The column represents the border of thye known world and therefore the limit of man's knowledge.  The dive represents the passage form this world to the next. The tomb is painted with the true fresco technique and its importance lies in being "the only example of Greek painting with figured scenes dating from the Orientalizing, Archaic, or Classical periods to survive in its entirety. Paestrum, Andriuolo.  (480-470 BC  )
  • Greek Fresco on the inside of Tomb of  the Diver  [La Tomba del Truffatore]. This panel is from one of the long sides of the tomb and shows a symposium of men lying on couches facing low tables on which goblets have been placed.  The abondon experienced at the Synposium was one way in which the dead could access the next world . The tomb is painted with the true fresco technique and its importance lies in being "the only example of Greek painting with figured scenes dating from the Orientalizing, Archaic, or Classical periods to survive in its entirety. Paestrum, Andriuolo.  (480-470 BC  )
  • Reconstruction of  the inside of the Greek Tomb of  the Diver  [La Tomba del Truffatore]. The rear panel is from one of the long sides of the tomb and shows a symposium of men lying on couches facing low tables.  The men on the couches are playing the song of Eros the liar and the flute to distract the deceased from worldly thoughts so he can enter the next world. The fresco on the lid of the tomb and shows a  diving from a column into water. The column represents the border of thye known world and therefore the limit of man's knowledge.  The dive represents the passage form this world to the next. The tomb is painted with the true fresco technique and its importance lies in being "the only example of Greek painting with figured scenes dating from the Orientalizing, Archaic, or Classical periods to survive in its entirety. Paestrum, Andriuolo.  (480-470 BC  )
  • Greek Fresco on the inside of Tomb of  the Diver  [La Tomba del Truffatore]. This panel is from the lid of the tomb and shows a  diving from a column into water. The column represents the border of thye known world and therefore the limit of man's knowledge.  The dive represents the passage form this world to the next. The tomb is painted with the true fresco technique and its importance lies in being "the only example of Greek painting with figured scenes dating from the Orientalizing, Archaic, or Classical periods to survive in its entirety.  Paestrum, Andriuolo.  (480-470 BC  )
  • Greek Fresco on the inside of Tomb of  the Diver  [La Tomba del Truffatore]. This panel is from one of the long sides of the tomb and shows a symposium of men lying on couches facing low tables on which goblets have been placed.  The abondon experienced at the Synposium was one way in which the dead could access the next world . The tomb is painted with the true fresco technique and its importance lies in being "the only example of Greek painting with figured scenes dating from the Orientalizing, Archaic, or Classical periods to survive in its entirety. Paestrum, Andriuolo.  (480-470 BC  )
  • Greek Fresco on the inside of Tomb of  the Diver  [La Tomba del Truffatore]. The dead man is depicted listenening to the flute of Eros which causes him to be distracted from the real world so being able to enter the next The tomb is painted with the true fresco technique and its importance lies in being "the only example of Greek painting with figured scenes dating from the Orientalizing, Archaic, or Classical periods to survive in its entirety .Paestrum, Andriuolo.  (480-470 BC  )
  • Greek Fresco on the inside of Tomb of  the Diver  [La Tomba del Truffatore]. The tomb is painted with the true fresco technique and its importance lies in being "the only example of Greek painting with figured scenes dating from the Orientalizing, Archaic, or Classical periods to survive in its entirety. This panel from the short side of the tomb shows a man with a wreathed wine crater . Paestrum, Andriuolo.  (480-470 BC  )
  • Greek Fresco on the inside of Tomb of  the Diver  [La Tomba del Truffatore]. The tomb is painted with the true fresco technique and its importance lies in being "the only example of Greek painting with figured scenes dating from the Orientalizing, Archaic, or Classical periods to survive in its entirety. This panel from the short side of the tomb shows a man with a wreathed wine crater . Paestrum, Andriuolo.  (480-470 BC  )
  • Greek Fresco on the inside of Tomb of  the Diver  [La Tomba del Truffatore]. The tomb is painted with the true fresco technique and its importance lies in being "the only example of Greek painting with figured scenes dating from the Orientalizing, Archaic, or Classical periods to survive in its entirety. This panel from the short side of the tomb shows a man with a wreathed wine crater . Paestrum, Andriuolo.  (480-470 BC  )
  • Greek Fresco on the inside of Tomb of  the Diver  [La Tomba del Truffatore]. The dead man is depicted listenening to the flute of Eros which causes him to be distracted from the real world so being able to enter the next The tomb is painted with the true fresco technique and its importance lies in being "the only example of Greek painting with figured scenes dating from the Orientalizing, Archaic, or Classical periods to survive in its entirety .Paestrum, Andriuolo.  (480-470 BC  )
  • Gronze Greek classical statue of a youth by sculptor Euphranor. from the Antikythera shipwreck, Circa 340-330 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X13396. Against white.<br />
<br />
The statue has been thought to depict Perseus who would have been holding the head of Medusa, but is more probably a depiction of Paris who would have been holding the 'apple of strife', ready to award it to the most beautiful goddess, Aphrodite. Probably sculpted by Sikyonian sculptor Euphranor.
  • Gronze Greek classical statue of a youth by sculptor Euphranor. from the Antikythera shipwreck, Circa 340-330 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X13396.<br />
<br />
The statue has been thought to depict Perseus who would have been holding the head of Medusa, but is more probably a depiction of Paris who would have been holding the 'apple of strife', ready to award it to the most beautiful goddess, Aphrodite. Probably sculpted by Sikyonian sculptor Euphranor.
  • Gronze Greek classical statue of a youth by sculptor Euphranor. from the Antikythera shipwreck, Circa 340-330 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X13396. Against grey.<br />
<br />
The statue has been thought to depict Perseus who would have been holding the head of Medusa, but is more probably a depiction of Paris who would have been holding the 'apple of strife', ready to award it to the most beautiful goddess, Aphrodite. Probably sculpted by Sikyonian sculptor Euphranor.
  • Severe Style Ancient Greek bronze sculpture of a charioteer, 480-460 BC, Delphi National Archaeological Museum. <br />
<br />
The Charioteer is a rare example of Severe Style bronze statue that only servived ancient looters  because it was buried by an earthquake. Plain and austere it mirrors the preveiling aestheics expected from ancient greek atheletes. The statue was probably sculpted following the teachings of Pythagoras of Samos due to its exact symetrical proportions
  • Severe Style Ancient Greek bronze sculpture of a charioteer, 480-460 BC, Delphi National Archaeological Museum. <br />
<br />
The Charioteer is a rare example of Severe Style bronze statue that only servived ancient looters  because it was buried by an earthquake. Plain and austere it mirrors the preveiling aestheics expected from ancient greek atheletes. The statue was probably sculpted following the teachings of Pythagoras of Samos due to its exact symetrical proportions
  • Severe Style Ancient Greek bronze sculpture of a charioteer, 480-460 BC, Delphi National Archaeological Museum.   Against black<br />
<br />
The Charioteer is a rare example of Severe Style bronze statue that only servived ancient looters  because it was buried by an earthquake. Plain and austere it mirrors the preveiling aestheics expected from ancient greek atheletes. The statue was probably sculpted following the teachings of Pythagoras of Samos due to its exact symetrical proportions
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found on Thera, circa 590-570 BC BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 8.  Against grey.<br />
<br />
This statue is typical of a Thera island workshop
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Melos, circa 550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1558.  Against grey.<br />
<br />
The slenderness and delicate grace of the statue is typical of the Cctladic island of
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Melos, circa 550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1558.  Against grey.<br />
<br />
The slenderness and delicate grace of the statue is typical of the Cctladic island of
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Volomandra, Attica. Circa 560-550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1906.<br />
<br />
Probably from the grave of an athenian aristocrat
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Volomandra, Attica. Circa 560-550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1906.  Against black<br />
<br />
Probably from the grave of an athenian aristocrat
  • Gronze Greek classical statue of a youth by sculptor Euphranor. from the Antikythera shipwreck, Circa 340-330 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X13396. Against black<br />
<br />
The statue has been thought to depict Perseus who would have been holding the head of Medusa, but is more probably a depiction of Paris who would have been holding the 'apple of strife', ready to award it to the most beautiful goddess, Aphrodite. Probably sculpted by Sikyonian sculptor Euphranor.
  • Gronze Greek classical statue of a youth by sculptor Euphranor. from the Antikythera shipwreck, Circa 340-330 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X13396. Against grey.<br />
<br />
The statue has been thought to depict Perseus who would have been holding the head of Medusa, but is more probably a depiction of Paris who would have been holding the 'apple of strife', ready to award it to the most beautiful goddess, Aphrodite. Probably sculpted by Sikyonian sculptor Euphranor.
  • Gronze Greek classical statue of a youth by sculptor Euphranor. from the Antikythera shipwreck, Circa 340-330 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X13396. Against grey.<br />
<br />
The statue has been thought to depict Perseus who would have been holding the head of Medusa, but is more probably a depiction of Paris who would have been holding the 'apple of strife', ready to award it to the most beautiful goddess, Aphrodite. Probably sculpted by Sikyonian sculptor Euphranor.
  • Gronze Greek classical statue of a youth by sculptor Euphranor. from the Antikythera shipwreck, Circa 340-330 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X13396. Against black<br />
<br />
The statue has been thought to depict Perseus who would have been holding the head of Medusa, but is more probably a depiction of Paris who would have been holding the 'apple of strife', ready to award it to the most beautiful goddess, Aphrodite. Probably sculpted by Sikyonian sculptor Euphranor.
  • Gronze Greek classical statue of a youth by sculptor Euphranor. from the Antikythera shipwreck, Circa 340-330 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X13396. Against white.<br />
<br />
The statue has been thought to depict Perseus who would have been holding the head of Medusa, but is more probably a depiction of Paris who would have been holding the 'apple of strife', ready to award it to the most beautiful goddess, Aphrodite. Probably sculpted by Sikyonian sculptor Euphranor.
  • Gronze Greek classical statue of a youth by sculptor Euphranor. from the Antikythera shipwreck, Circa 340-330 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X13396. Against grey.<br />
<br />
The statue has been thought to depict Perseus who would have been holding the head of Medusa, but is more probably a depiction of Paris who would have been holding the 'apple of strife', ready to award it to the most beautiful goddess, Aphrodite. Probably sculpted by Sikyonian sculptor Euphranor.
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161, White background<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
<br />
It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Sounion, circa 600 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 2720.   Against white.<br />
<br />
The stature is a voitive offering to Poseidon and stood before his temple. Its over lifesize scale is striking and testifies to the tendency of early Archaic sculptirs to create impressive colossal statues
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Sounion, circa 600 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 2720.    Against black.<br />
<br />
The stature is a voitive offering to Poseidon and stood before his temple. Its over lifesize scale is striking and testifies to the tendency of early Archaic sculptirs to create impressive colossal statues
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Sounion, circa 600 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 2720.  <br />
<br />
The stature is a voitive offering to Poseidon and stood before his temple. Its over lifesize scale is striking and testifies to the tendency of early Archaic sculptirs to create impressive colossal statues
  • Archaic ancient Greek marble torso of a kouros statue, from Temple of Poseidon, Sounion, circa 600 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3645.   Against white.
  • Archaic ancient Greek marble torso of a kouros statue, from Temple of Poseidon, Sounion, circa 600 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3645.   Against black.
  • Severe Style Ancient Greek bronze sculpture of a charioteer, 480-460 BC, Delphi National Archaeological Museum.   Against black<br />
<br />
The Charioteer is a rare example of Severe Style bronze statue that only servived ancient looters  because it was buried by an earthquake. Plain and austere it mirrors the preveiling aestheics expected from ancient greek atheletes. The statue was probably sculpted following the teachings of Pythagoras of Samos due to its exact symetrical proportions
  • Severe Style Ancient Greek bronze sculpture of a charioteer, 480-460 BC, Delphi National Archaeological Museum.   Against white.<br />
<br />
The Charioteer is a rare example of Severe Style bronze statue that only servived ancient looters  because it was buried by an earthquake. Plain and austere it mirrors the preveiling aestheics expected from ancient greek atheletes. The statue was probably sculpted following the teachings of Pythagoras of Samos due to its exact symetrical proportions
  • Severe Style Ancient Greek bronze sculpture of a charioteer, 480-460 BC, Delphi National Archaeological Museum.   Against grey.<br />
<br />
The Charioteer is a rare example of Severe Style bronze statue that only servived ancient looters  because it was buried by an earthquake. Plain and austere it mirrors the preveiling aestheics expected from ancient greek atheletes. The statue was probably sculpted following the teachings of Pythagoras of Samos due to its exact symetrical proportions
  • Severe Style Ancient Greek bronze sculpture of a charioteer, 480-460 BC, Delphi National Archaeological Museum.   Against grey.<br />
<br />
The Charioteer is a rare example of Severe Style bronze statue that only servived ancient looters  because it was buried by an earthquake. Plain and austere it mirrors the preveiling aestheics expected from ancient greek atheletes. The statue was probably sculpted following the teachings of Pythagoras of Samos due to its exact symetrical proportions
  • Severe Style Ancient Greek bronze sculpture of a charioteer, 480-460 BC, Delphi National Archaeological Museum. <br />
<br />
The Charioteer is a rare example of Severe Style bronze statue that only servived ancient looters  because it was buried by an earthquake. Plain and austere it mirrors the preveiling aestheics expected from ancient greek atheletes. The statue was probably sculpted following the teachings of Pythagoras of Samos due to its exact symetrical proportions
  • Severe Style Ancient Greek bronze sculpture of a charioteer, 480-460 BC, Delphi National Archaeological Museum.   Against grey.<br />
<br />
The Charioteer is a rare example of Severe Style bronze statue that only servived ancient looters  because it was buried by an earthquake. Plain and austere it mirrors the preveiling aestheics expected from ancient greek atheletes. The statue was probably sculpted following the teachings of Pythagoras of Samos due to its exact symetrical proportions
  • Severe Style Ancient Greek bronze sculpture of a charioteer, 480-460 BC, Delphi National Archaeological Museum.   Against grey.<br />
<br />
The Charioteer is a rare example of Severe Style bronze statue that only servived ancient looters  because it was buried by an earthquake. Plain and austere it mirrors the preveiling aestheics expected from ancient greek atheletes. The statue was probably sculpted following the teachings of Pythagoras of Samos due to its exact symetrical proportions
  • Severe Style Ancient Greek bronze sculpture of a charioteer, 480-460 BC, Delphi National Archaeological Museum.  Against white.<br />
<br />
The Charioteer is a rare example of Severe Style bronze statue that only servived ancient looters  because it was buried by an earthquake. Plain and austere it mirrors the preveiling aestheics expected from ancient greek atheletes. The statue was probably sculpted following the teachings of Pythagoras of Samos due to its exact symetrical proportions
  • Severe Style Ancient Greek bronze sculpture of a charioteer, 480-460 BC, Delphi National Archaeological Museum.   Against grey.<br />
<br />
The Charioteer is a rare example of Severe Style bronze statue that only servived ancient looters  because it was buried by an earthquake. Plain and austere it mirrors the preveiling aestheics expected from ancient greek atheletes. The statue was probably sculpted following the teachings of Pythagoras of Samos due to its exact symetrical proportions
  • Severe Style Ancient Greek bronze sculpture of a charioteer, 480-460 BC, Delphi National Archaeological Museum. <br />
<br />
The Charioteer is a rare example of Severe Style bronze statue that only servived ancient looters  because it was buried by an earthquake. Plain and austere it mirrors the preveiling aestheics expected from ancient greek atheletes. The statue was probably sculpted following the teachings of Pythagoras of Samos due to its exact symetrical proportions
  • Severe Style Ancient Greek bronze sculpture of a charioteer, 480-460 BC, Delphi National Archaeological Museum.   Against grey.<br />
<br />
The Charioteer is a rare example of Severe Style bronze statue that only servived ancient looters  because it was buried by an earthquake. Plain and austere it mirrors the preveiling aestheics expected from ancient greek atheletes. The statue was probably sculpted following the teachings of Pythagoras of Samos due to its exact symetrical proportions
  • Severe Style Ancient Greek bronze sculpture of a charioteer, 480-460 BC, Delphi National Archaeological Museum.  Against white.<br />
<br />
The Charioteer is a rare example of Severe Style bronze statue that only servived ancient looters  because it was buried by an earthquake. Plain and austere it mirrors the preveiling aestheics expected from ancient greek atheletes. The statue was probably sculpted following the teachings of Pythagoras of Samos due to its exact symetrical proportions
  • Severe Style Ancient Greek bronze sculpture of a charioteer, 480-460 BC, Delphi National Archaeological Museum.   Against black<br />
<br />
The Charioteer is a rare example of Severe Style bronze statue that only servived ancient looters  because it was buried by an earthquake. Plain and austere it mirrors the preveiling aestheics expected from ancient greek atheletes. The statue was probably sculpted following the teachings of Pythagoras of Samos due to its exact symetrical proportions
  • Severe Style Ancient Greek bronze sculpture of a charioteer, 480-460 BC, Delphi National Archaeological Museum.   Against grey.<br />
<br />
The Charioteer is a rare example of Severe Style bronze statue that only servived ancient looters  because it was buried by an earthquake. Plain and austere it mirrors the preveiling aestheics expected from ancient greek atheletes. The statue was probably sculpted following the teachings of Pythagoras of Samos due to its exact symetrical proportions
  • Severe Style Ancient Greek bronze sculpture of a charioteer, 480-460 BC, Delphi National Archaeological Museum. <br />
<br />
The Charioteer is a rare example of Severe Style bronze statue that only servived ancient looters  because it was buried by an earthquake. Plain and austere it mirrors the preveiling aestheics expected from ancient greek atheletes. The statue was probably sculpted following the teachings of Pythagoras of Samos due to its exact symetrical proportions
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found on Thera, circa 590-570 BC BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 8.<br />
<br />
This statue is typical of a Thera island workshop
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Sounion, circa 600 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 2720. Against white.<br />
<br />
The stature is a voitive offering to Poseidon and stood before his temple. Its over lifesize scale is striking and testifies to the tendency of early Archaic sculptirs to create impressive colossal statues
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Sounion, circa 600 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 2720.  Against grey.<br />
<br />
The stature is a voitive offering to Poseidon and stood before his temple. Its over lifesize scale is striking and testifies to the tendency of early Archaic sculptirs to create impressive colossal statues
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Melos, circa 550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1558. Against white.<br />
<br />
The slenderness and delicate grace of the statue is typical of the Cctladic island of
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Melos, circa 550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1558.<br />
<br />
The slenderness and delicate grace of the statue is typical of the Cctladic island of
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Melos, circa 550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1558. Against white.<br />
<br />
The slenderness and delicate grace of the statue is typical of the Cctladic island of
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Melos, circa 550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1558.  Against grey.<br />
<br />
The slenderness and delicate grace of the statue is typical of the Cctladic island of
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Ptoan Apolla Sactuary, Boeotia, mid 6th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 10.<br />
<br />
Tjhe soft modelling of the mid section of the body indicates that the statue comes from a Ctcladic workshop.
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4890. Against grey.<br />
<br />
This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4489. An important Archaic Period sculpture with a lively body rendering and one of the best examples of a kouros statue.
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4890.<br />
<br />
This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4489. An important Archaic Period sculpture with a lively body rendering and one of the best examples of a kouros statue.
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4890. Against grey.<br />
<br />
This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4489. An important Archaic Period sculpture with a lively body rendering and one of the best examples of a kouros statue.
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4890. Against white.<br />
<br />
This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4489. An important Archaic Period sculpture with a lively body rendering and one of the best examples of a kouros statue.
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4890.  Against black<br />
<br />
This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4489. An important Archaic Period sculpture with a lively body rendering and one of the best examples of a kouros statue.
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4890. Against grey.<br />
<br />
This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4489. An important Archaic Period sculpture with a lively body rendering and one of the best examples of a kouros statue.
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4890. Against grey.<br />
<br />
This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4489. An important Archaic Period sculpture with a lively body rendering and one of the best examples of a kouros statue.
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Volomandra, Attica. Circa 560-550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1906.  Against black<br />
<br />
Probably from the grave of an athenian aristocrat
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Volomandra, Attica. Circa 560-550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1906. Against grey.<br />
<br />
Probably from the grave of an athenian aristocrat
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Volomandra, Attica. Circa 560-550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1906. Against grey.<br />
<br />
Probably from the grave of an athenian aristocrat
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Volomandra, Attica. Circa 560-550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1906.<br />
<br />
Probably from the grave of an athenian aristocrat
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Volomandra, Attica. Circa 560-550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1906. Against grey.<br />
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Probably from the grave of an athenian aristocrat
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Volomandra, Attica. Circa 560-550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1906. Against grey.<br />
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Probably from the grave of an athenian aristocrat
  • Marble Anxcient Greek Archaic meble statue of a kouros, circa 530 BC, found in Kea,  Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3886. Against grey.<br />
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The statue is a lively sculpture with good plasticity in the rendering of the torso. Made by a Kea sculptor.
  • Parian Mable Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Anavyssos, Attica, circa 530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3851.<br />
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The body of the statue is powerful and articulate with empahasised muscles. This was a funerary statue from the grave of Kroisos, as indicated bt the inscription on its base reading, 'stop and mourn at the grave of Kroiusos, whom raging Ares destroyed when he fought among the defenders'.
  • Parian Mable Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Anavyssos, Attica, circa 530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3851.  Against black<br />
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The body of the statue is powerful and articulate with empahasised muscles. This was a funerary statue from the grave of Kroisos, as indicated bt the inscription on its base reading, 'stop and mourn at the grave of Kroiusos, whom raging Ares destroyed when he fought among the defenders'.
  • Parian Mable Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Anavyssos, Attica, circa 530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3851.  Against black<br />
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The body of the statue is powerful and articulate with empahasised muscles. This was a funerary statue from the grave of Kroisos, as indicated bt the inscription on its base reading, 'stop and mourn at the grave of Kroiusos, whom raging Ares destroyed when he fought among the defenders'.
  • Parian Mable Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Anavyssos, Attica, circa 530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3851.  Against grey.<br />
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The body of the statue is powerful and articulate with empahasised muscles. This was a funerary statue from the grave of Kroisos, as indicated bt the inscription on its base reading, 'stop and mourn at the grave of Kroiusos, whom raging Ares destroyed when he fought among the defenders'.
  • Parian Mable Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Anavyssos, Attica, circa 530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3851.  Against blackb<br />
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The body of the statue is powerful and articulate with empahasised muscles. This was a funerary statue from the grave of Kroisos, as indicated bt the inscription on its base reading, 'stop and mourn at the grave of Kroiusos, whom raging Ares destroyed when he fought among the defenders'.
  • Parian Mable Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Anavyssos, Attica, circa 530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3851.<br />
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The body of the statue is powerful and articulate with empahasised muscles. This was a funerary statue from the grave of Kroisos, as indicated bt the inscription on its base reading, 'stop and mourn at the grave of Kroiusos, whom raging Ares destroyed when he fought among the defenders'.
  • Marble Anxcient Greek Archaic meble statue of a kouros, circa 500 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum.  Against white.
  • Marble Anxcient Greek Archaic meble statue of a kouros, circa 500 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum.
  • Marble Anxcient Greek Archaic meble statue of a kouros, circa 500 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum.  Against grey.
  • Gronze Greek classical statue of a youth by sculptor Euphranor. from the Antikythera shipwreck, Circa 340-330 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X13396.<br />
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The statue has been thought to depict Perseus who would have been holding the head of Medusa, but is more probably a depiction of Paris who would have been holding the 'apple of strife', ready to award it to the most beautiful goddess, Aphrodite. Probably sculpted by Sikyonian sculptor Euphranor.
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. Grey background.<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
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It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. Black background<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
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It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. White background<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
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It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. Black background<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
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It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. Black background<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
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It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. Grey background.<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
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It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
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It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. Grey background.<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
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It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
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It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. Grey background.<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
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It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. White background<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
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It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. Black background<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
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It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
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It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. Grey background.<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
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It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. Grey background.<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
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It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161, White background<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
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It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. Grey background.<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
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It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
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It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. Grey background.<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
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It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. Black background<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
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It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
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It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. Grey background.<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
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It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. Grey background.<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
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It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Sounion, circa 600 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 2720.  Against grey.<br />
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The stature is a voitive offering to Poseidon and stood before his temple. Its over lifesize scale is striking and testifies to the tendency of early Archaic sculptirs to create impressive colossal statues
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Sounion, circa 600 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 2720.  Against grey.<br />
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The stature is a voitive offering to Poseidon and stood before his temple. Its over lifesize scale is striking and testifies to the tendency of early Archaic sculptirs to create impressive colossal statues
  • Archaic ancient Greek marble torso of a kouros statue, from Temple of Poseidon, Sounion, circa 600 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3645.   Against grey.
  • Archaic ancient Greek marble torso of a kouros statue, from Temple of Poseidon, Sounion, circa 600 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3645
  • Archaic ancient Greek marble torso of a kouros statue, from Temple of Poseidon, Sounion, circa 600 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3645.   Against grey.
  • Severe Style Ancient Greek bronze sculpture of a charioteer, 480-460 BC, Delphi National Archaeological Museum.  Against white.<br />
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The Charioteer is a rare example of Severe Style bronze statue that only servived ancient looters  because it was buried by an earthquake. Plain and austere it mirrors the preveiling aestheics expected from ancient greek atheletes. The statue was probably sculpted following the teachings of Pythagoras of Samos due to its exact symetrical proportions
  • Severe Style Ancient Greek bronze sculpture of a charioteer, 480-460 BC, Delphi National Archaeological Museum.   Against black<br />
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The Charioteer is a rare example of Severe Style bronze statue that only servived ancient looters  because it was buried by an earthquake. Plain and austere it mirrors the preveiling aestheics expected from ancient greek atheletes. The statue was probably sculpted following the teachings of Pythagoras of Samos due to its exact symetrical proportions
  • Severe Style Ancient Greek bronze sculpture of a charioteer, 480-460 BC, Delphi National Archaeological Museum.   Against black<br />
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The Charioteer is a rare example of Severe Style bronze statue that only servived ancient looters  because it was buried by an earthquake. Plain and austere it mirrors the preveiling aestheics expected from ancient greek atheletes. The statue was probably sculpted following the teachings of Pythagoras of Samos due to its exact symetrical proportions
  • Severe Style Ancient Greek bronze sculpture of a charioteer, 480-460 BC, Delphi National Archaeological Museum.   Against grey.<br />
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The Charioteer is a rare example of Severe Style bronze statue that only servived ancient looters  because it was buried by an earthquake. Plain and austere it mirrors the preveiling aestheics expected from ancient greek atheletes. The statue was probably sculpted following the teachings of Pythagoras of Samos due to its exact symetrical proportions
  • Severe Style Ancient Greek bronze sculpture of a charioteer, 480-460 BC, Delphi National Archaeological Museum.  Against white.<br />
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The Charioteer is a rare example of Severe Style bronze statue that only servived ancient looters  because it was buried by an earthquake. Plain and austere it mirrors the preveiling aestheics expected from ancient greek atheletes. The statue was probably sculpted following the teachings of Pythagoras of Samos due to its exact symetrical proportions
  • Severe Style Ancient Greek bronze sculpture of a charioteer, 480-460 BC, Delphi National Archaeological Museum.   Against grey.<br />
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The Charioteer is a rare example of Severe Style bronze statue that only servived ancient looters  because it was buried by an earthquake. Plain and austere it mirrors the preveiling aestheics expected from ancient greek atheletes. The statue was probably sculpted following the teachings of Pythagoras of Samos due to its exact symetrical proportions
  • Severe Style Ancient Greek bronze sculpture of a charioteer, 480-460 BC, Delphi National Archaeological Museum.   Against grey.<br />
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The Charioteer is a rare example of Severe Style bronze statue that only servived ancient looters  because it was buried by an earthquake. Plain and austere it mirrors the preveiling aestheics expected from ancient greek atheletes. The statue was probably sculpted following the teachings of Pythagoras of Samos due to its exact symetrical proportions
  • Ancient Greek Archaic statuette of a  kore, found in the Acropolis Athens, 500-490 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no BE 15/2009. Against black<br />
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The kore statues hair is adorned with a wreath and her ears by round disk earings. Traces of paint can be found on her garments and jewellery. Red paint was found on her hair and eyes. Acropolis Museum Cat no 676, 257
  • Ancient Greek Archaic statuette of a  kore, found in the Acropolis Athens, 500-490 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no BE 15/2009.  Against grey.<br />
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The kore statues hair is adorned with a wreath and her ears by round disk earings. Traces of paint can be found on her garments and jewellery. Red paint was found on her hair and eyes. Acropolis Museum Cat no 676, 257
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4. Against black<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4. Against grey.<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4.<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4. Against grey.<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4.<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4. Against black<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4.  Against grey.<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Woman, found on Delos, circa 650 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1. Against white.<br />
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One of the earlist known monumental statues in stone this statue probably represents Artemis. According to the inscription carved on the left thigh of the statue it was dedicated to Apollo ny Naxian Nikandre. Typical Daedalic style from a Delos workshop.
  • Marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Woman, found on Delos, circa 650 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1. Against black<br />
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One of the earlist known monumental statues in stone this statue probably represents Artemis. According to the inscription carved on the left thigh of the statue it was dedicated to Apollo ny Naxian Nikandre. Typical Daedalic style from a Delos workshop.
  • Marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Woman, found on Delos, circa 650 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1.<br />
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One of the earlist known monumental statues in stone this statue probably represents Artemis. According to the inscription carved on the left thigh of the statue it was dedicated to Apollo ny Naxian Nikandre. Typical Daedalic style from a Delos workshop.
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found on Thera, circa 590-570 BC BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 8. Against white.<br />
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This statue is typical of a Thera island workshop
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found on Thera, circa 590-570 BC BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 8. Against black<br />
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This statue is typical of a Thera island workshop
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found on Thera, circa 590-570 BC BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 8.  Against grey.<br />
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This statue is typical of a Thera island workshop
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Sounion, circa 600 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 2720. Against black<br />
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The stature is a voitive offering to Poseidon and stood before his temple. Its over lifesize scale is striking and testifies to the tendency of early Archaic sculptirs to create impressive colossal statues
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Sounion, circa 600 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 2720.<br />
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The stature is a voitive offering to Poseidon and stood before his temple. Its over lifesize scale is striking and testifies to the tendency of early Archaic sculptirs to create impressive colossal statues
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Sounion, circa 600 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 2720.  Against grey.<br />
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The stature is a voitive offering to Poseidon and stood before his temple. Its over lifesize scale is striking and testifies to the tendency of early Archaic sculptirs to create impressive colossal statues
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Melos, circa 550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1558.  Against grey.<br />
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The slenderness and delicate grace of the statue is typical of the Cctladic island of
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Melos, circa 550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1558.<br />
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The slenderness and delicate grace of the statue is typical of the Cctladic island of
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Melos, circa 550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1558.  Against black<br />
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The slenderness and delicate grace of the statue is typical of the Cctladic island of
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Melos, circa 550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1558.<br />
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The slenderness and delicate grace of the statue is typical of the Cctladic island of
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Ptoan Apolla Sactuary, Boeotia, mid 6th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 10. Against black<br />
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Tjhe soft modelling of the mid section of the body indicates that the statue comes from a Ctcladic workshop.
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Ptoan Apolla Sactuary, Boeotia, mid 6th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 10.  Against grey.<br />
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Tjhe soft modelling of the mid section of the body indicates that the statue comes from a Ctcladic workshop.
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Ptoan Apolla Sactuary, Boeotia, mid 6th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 10.<br />
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Tjhe soft modelling of the mid section of the body indicates that the statue comes from a Ctcladic workshop.
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Ptoan Apolla Sactuary, Boeotia, mid 6th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 10.  Against grey.<br />
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Tjhe soft modelling of the mid section of the body indicates that the statue comes from a Ctcladic workshop.
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Ptoan Apolla Sactuary, Boeotia, mid 6th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 10. Against white.<br />
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Tjhe soft modelling of the mid section of the body indicates that the statue comes from a Ctcladic workshop.
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Ptoan Apolla Sactuary, Boeotia, mid 6th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 10.  Against grey.<br />
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Tjhe soft modelling of the mid section of the body indicates that the statue comes from a Ctcladic workshop.
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Ptoan Apolla Sactuary, Boeotia, mid 6th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 10. Against black<br />
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Tjhe soft modelling of the mid section of the body indicates that the statue comes from a Ctcladic workshop.
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Ptoan Apolla Sactuary, Boeotia, mid 6th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 10.  Against grey.<br />
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Tjhe soft modelling of the mid section of the body indicates that the statue comes from a Ctcladic workshop.
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Sphnix from Spata, Attica. Circa 540 BC , Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 76.<br />
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Once a grave stele
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Sphnix from Spata, Attica. Circa 570 BC , Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 28.<br />
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One of the earliest known Archaic Sphinx statues once a grave stele
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against white.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against grey.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against grey.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against grey.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4890. Against white.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4489. An important Archaic Period sculpture with a lively body rendering and one of the best examples of a kouros statue.
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4890.  Against black<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4489. An important Archaic Period sculpture with a lively body rendering and one of the best examples of a kouros statue.
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4890.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4489. An important Archaic Period sculpture with a lively body rendering and one of the best examples of a kouros statue.
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Volomandra, Attica. Circa 560-550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1906. Against grey.<br />
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Probably from the grave of an athenian aristocrat
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Volomandra, Attica. Circa 560-550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1906.<br />
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Probably from the grave of an athenian aristocrat
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Volomandra, Attica. Circa 560-550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1906. Against white.<br />
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Probably from the grave of an athenian aristocrat
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Volomandra, Attica. Circa 560-550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1906. Against white.<br />
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Probably from the grave of an athenian aristocrat
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Volomandra, Attica. Circa 560-550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1906.  Against black<br />
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Probably from the grave of an athenian aristocrat
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Volomandra, Attica. Circa 560-550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1906.<br />
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Probably from the grave of an athenian aristocrat
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Volomandra, Attica. Circa 560-550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1906. Against grey.<br />
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Probably from the grave of an athenian aristocrat
  • Marble Anxcient Greek Archaic meble statue of a kouros, circa 530 BC, found in Kea,  Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3886. Against white.<br />
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The statue is a lively sculpture with good plasticity in the rendering of the torso. Made by a Kea sculptor.
  • Marble Anxcient Greek Archaic meble statue of a kouros, circa 530 BC, found in Kea,  Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3886.  Against blackb<br />
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The statue is a lively sculpture with good plasticity in the rendering of the torso. Made by a Kea sculptor.
  • Marble Anxcient Greek Archaic meble statue of a kouros, circa 530 BC, found in Kea,  Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3886. Against grey.<br />
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The statue is a lively sculpture with good plasticity in the rendering of the torso. Made by a Kea sculptor.
  • Marble Anxcient Greek Archaic meble statue of a kouros, circa 530 BC, found in Kea,  Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3886.<br />
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The statue is a lively sculpture with good plasticity in the rendering of the torso. Made by a Kea sculptor.
  • Parian Mable Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Anavyssos, Attica, circa 530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3851. Against grey.<br />
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The body of the statue is powerful and articulate with empahasised muscles. This was a funerary statue from the grave of Kroisos, as indicated bt the inscription on its base reading, 'stop and mourn at the grave of Kroiusos, whom raging Ares destroyed when he fought among the defenders'.
  • Parian Mable Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Anavyssos, Attica, circa 530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3851.<br />
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The body of the statue is powerful and articulate with empahasised muscles. This was a funerary statue from the grave of Kroisos, as indicated bt the inscription on its base reading, 'stop and mourn at the grave of Kroiusos, whom raging Ares destroyed when he fought among the defenders'.
  • Parian Mable Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Anavyssos, Attica, circa 530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3851. Against grey.<br />
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The body of the statue is powerful and articulate with empahasised muscles. This was a funerary statue from the grave of Kroisos, as indicated bt the inscription on its base reading, 'stop and mourn at the grave of Kroiusos, whom raging Ares destroyed when he fought among the defenders'.
  • Parian Mable Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Anavyssos, Attica, circa 530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3851. Against white.<br />
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The body of the statue is powerful and articulate with empahasised muscles. This was a funerary statue from the grave of Kroisos, as indicated bt the inscription on its base reading, 'stop and mourn at the grave of Kroiusos, whom raging Ares destroyed when he fought among the defenders'.
  • Parian Mable Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Anavyssos, Attica, circa 530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3851.  Against grey.<br />
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The body of the statue is powerful and articulate with empahasised muscles. This was a funerary statue from the grave of Kroisos, as indicated bt the inscription on its base reading, 'stop and mourn at the grave of Kroiusos, whom raging Ares destroyed when he fought among the defenders'.
  • Parian Mable Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Anavyssos, Attica, circa 530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3851. Against white.<br />
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The body of the statue is powerful and articulate with empahasised muscles. This was a funerary statue from the grave of Kroisos, as indicated bt the inscription on its base reading, 'stop and mourn at the grave of Kroiusos, whom raging Ares destroyed when he fought among the defenders'.
  • Parian Mable Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Anavyssos, Attica, circa 530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3851. Against grey.<br />
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The body of the statue is powerful and articulate with empahasised muscles. This was a funerary statue from the grave of Kroisos, as indicated bt the inscription on its base reading, 'stop and mourn at the grave of Kroiusos, whom raging Ares destroyed when he fought among the defenders'.
  • Parian Mable Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Anavyssos, Attica, circa 530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3851.<br />
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The body of the statue is powerful and articulate with empahasised muscles. This was a funerary statue from the grave of Kroisos, as indicated bt the inscription on its base reading, 'stop and mourn at the grave of Kroiusos, whom raging Ares destroyed when he fought among the defenders'.
  • Parian Mable Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Anavyssos, Attica, circa 530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3851. Against grey.<br />
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The body of the statue is powerful and articulate with empahasised muscles. This was a funerary statue from the grave of Kroisos, as indicated bt the inscription on its base reading, 'stop and mourn at the grave of Kroiusos, whom raging Ares destroyed when he fought among the defenders'.
  • Parian Mable Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Anavyssos, Attica, circa 530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3851. Against white.<br />
<br />
The body of the statue is powerful and articulate with empahasised muscles. This was a funerary statue from the grave of Kroisos, as indicated bt the inscription on its base reading, 'stop and mourn at the grave of Kroiusos, whom raging Ares destroyed when he fought among the defenders'.
  • Parian Mable Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Anavyssos, Attica, circa 530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3851.  Against black<br />
<br />
<br />
The body of the statue is powerful and articulate with empahasised muscles. This was a funerary statue from the grave of Kroisos, as indicated bt the inscription on its base reading, 'stop and mourn at the grave of Kroiusos, whom raging Ares destroyed when he fought among the defenders'.
  • Parian Mable Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Anavyssos, Attica, circa 530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3851. Against grey.<br />
<br />
The body of the statue is powerful and articulate with empahasised muscles. This was a funerary statue from the grave of Kroisos, as indicated bt the inscription on its base reading, 'stop and mourn at the grave of Kroiusos, whom raging Ares destroyed when he fought among the defenders'.
  • Parian Mable Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Anavyssos, Attica, circa 530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 3851. Against grey.<br />
<br />
The body of the statue is powerful and articulate with empahasised muscles. This was a funerary statue from the grave of Kroisos, as indicated bt the inscription on its base reading, 'stop and mourn at the grave of Kroiusos, whom raging Ares destroyed when he fought among the defenders'.
  • Marble Anxcient Greek Archaic meble statue of a kouros, circa 500 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum.  Against grey.
  • Marble Anxcient Greek Archaic meble statue of a kouros, circa 500 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum.   Against black
  • Marble Ancient Archaic Greek statuette of a Kore, from Aleusis, C. 490-480 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No 24
  • Marble Ancient Archaic Greek statuette of a Kore, from Aleusis, C. 490-480 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No 24.  Against grey.
  • Marble Ancient Archaic Greek statuette of a Kore, from Aleusis, C. 490-480 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No 24.  Against grey.
  • Bronze archaic ancient Greek statue of Poseidon, found in the ancient port of Plataiai, Gulf of Livadostra, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X11761. Against black<br />
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In this bronze statue of the god Poseidon he would have held a trident in his right hand and probably a dolphin with his left. The statues eyes are made of inlaid material.
  • Bronze archaic ancient Greek statue of Poseidon, found in the ancient port of Plataiai, Gulf of Livadostra, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat No X11761.<br />
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In this bronze statue of the god Poseidon he would have held a trident in his right hand and probably a dolphin with his left. The statues eyes are made of inlaid material.
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. White background<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
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It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
<br />
It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. Grey background.<br />
<br />
This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
<br />
It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161<br />
<br />
This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
<br />
It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161<br />
<br />
This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
<br />
It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. Grey background.<br />
<br />
This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
<br />
It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. White background<br />
<br />
This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
<br />
It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. Black background<br />
<br />
This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
<br />
It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. White background<br />
<br />
This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
<br />
It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. Grey background.<br />
<br />
This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
<br />
It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. Grey background.<br />
<br />
This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
<br />
It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. White background<br />
<br />
This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
<br />
It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. Black background<br />
<br />
This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
<br />
It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
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It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
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It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. Grey background.<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
<br />
It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. Black background<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
<br />
It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Early classical ancient Greek bronze statue of Zeus or Poseidon, circa 450 BC. Athens National Arcjaeological Museum, cat no X15161. Grey background.<br />
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This bronze statue was found in the sea off Cape Artemision in northern Euobea. Zeus or Poseidon is shown making a great stride. His lefy arm is extended forward and his righy arm extends back which would have held a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon. The identification of the statue is controversial though it ios more likely Zeus. <br />
<br />
It is one of the few preserved original statues of Severe Style, notable for the exuisite rendering of motion and anatomy. Iy is certainly the work of a great sculptor of the early ancient Greek Classical period
  • Ancient Greek Archaic statuette of a  kore, found in the Acropolis Athens, 490 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no BE 16/2009. Against white.<br />
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The kore statues hair is adorned with a wreath and her ears by round disk earings. Traces of paint can be found on her garments and jewellery. Red paint was found on her hair and eyes, Acropolis Museum Cat no 687
  • Ancient Greek Archaic statuette of a  kore, found in the Acropolis Athens, 490 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no BE 16/2009. Against black<br />
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The kore statues hair is adorned with a wreath and her ears by round disk earings. Traces of paint can be found on her garments and jewellery. Red paint was found on her hair and eyes, Acropolis Museum Cat no 687
  • Ancient Greek Archaic statuette of a  kore, found in the Acropolis Athens, 490 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no BE 16/2009.  Against grey.<br />
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The kore statues hair is adorned with a wreath and her ears by round disk earings. Traces of paint can be found on her garments and jewellery. Red paint was found on her hair and eyes, Acropolis Museum Cat no 687
  • Ancient Greek Archaic statuette of a  kore, found in the Acropolis Athens, 490 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no BE 16/2009.<br />
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The kore statues hair is adorned with a wreath and her ears by round disk earings. Traces of paint can be found on her garments and jewellery. Red paint was found on her hair and eyes, Acropolis Museum Cat no 687
  • Ancient Greek Archaic statuette of a  kore, found in the Acropolis Athens, 490 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no BE 16/2009.  Against grey.<br />
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The kore statues hair is adorned with a wreath and her ears by round disk earings. Traces of paint can be found on her garments and jewellery. Red paint was found on her hair and eyes, Acropolis Museum Cat no 687
  • Ancient Greek Archaic statuette of a  kore, found in the Acropolis Athens, 500-490 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no BE 15/2009. Against white.<br />
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The kore statues hair is adorned with a wreath and her ears by round disk earings. Traces of paint can be found on her garments and jewellery. Red paint was found on her hair and eyes. Acropolis Museum Cat no 676, 257
  • Ancient Greek Archaic statuette of a  kore, found in the Acropolis Athens, 500-490 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no BE 15/2009.  Against grey.<br />
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The kore statues hair is adorned with a wreath and her ears by round disk earings. Traces of paint can be found on her garments and jewellery. Red paint was found on her hair and eyes. Acropolis Museum Cat no 676, 257
  • Ancient Greek Archaic statuette of a  kore, found in the Acropolis Athens, 500-490 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no BE 15/2009.<br />
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The kore statues hair is adorned with a wreath and her ears by round disk earings. Traces of paint can be found on her garments and jewellery. Red paint was found on her hair and eyes. Acropolis Museum Cat no 676, 257
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4. Against white.<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4. Against grey.<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4. Against grey.<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4. Against white.<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4. Against black<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4. Against white.<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4.  Against grey.<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a female, found in Pyoan Apollo Sanctuart, Boeotia, end 7th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4.<br />
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two of these staues suppoted t a perrihanterion, a shallow basin, in the snctuary of Apollo Boeotia. This style originated in Syria na dcCyprus. Sculpted in a Boeotian workshop.
  • Marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Woman, found on Delos, circa 650 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1.  Against grey.<br />
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One of the earlist known monumental statues in stone this statue probably represents Artemis. According to the inscription carved on the left thigh of the statue it was dedicated to Apollo ny Naxian Nikandre. Typical Daedalic style from a Delos workshop.
  • Marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Woman, found on Delos, circa 650 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 1.  Against grey.<br />
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One of the earlist known monumental statues in stone this statue probably represents Artemis. According to the inscription carved on the left thigh of the statue it was dedicated to Apollo ny Naxian Nikandre. Typical Daedalic style from a Delos workshop.
  • parianmarble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Nike by Archermos of Chios, found ion Delos, circa 550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 21. Against black<br />
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This is the earlist known free standing statue of the goddess Nike, possibly the work of sculptor Archermos of Chios.
  • parianmarble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Nike by Archermos of Chios, found ion Delos, circa 550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 21.  Against grey.<br />
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This is the earlist known free standing statue of the goddess Nike, possibly the work of sculptor Archermos of Chios.
  • parianmarble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Nike by Archermos of Chios, found ion Delos, circa 550 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 21.<br />
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This is the earlist known free standing statue of the goddess Nike, possibly the work of sculptor Archermos of Chios.
  • Naxian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kouros, found in Ptoan Apolla Sactuary, Boeotia, mid 6th cent BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 10. Against white.<br />
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Tjhe soft modelling of the mid section of the body indicates that the statue comes from a Ctcladic workshop.
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Sphnix from Spata, Attica. Circa 540 BC , Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 76. Against black<br />
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Once a grave stele
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Sphnix from Spata, Attica. Circa 540 BC , Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 76.  Against grey.<br />
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Once a grave stele
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Sphnix from Spata, Attica. Circa 540 BC , Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 76.  Against grey.<br />
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Once a grave stele
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Sphnix from Spata, Attica. Circa 570 BC , Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 28. Against white.<br />
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One of the earliest known Archaic Sphinx statues once a grave stele
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Sphnix from Spata, Attica. Circa 570 BC , Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 28. Against black<br />
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One of the earliest known Archaic Sphinx statues once a grave stele
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Sphnix from Spata, Attica. Circa 570 BC , Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 28. Against grey.<br />
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One of the earliest known Archaic Sphinx statues once a grave stele
  • Pentelic marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a Sphnix from Spata, Attica. Circa 570 BC , Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 28. Against grey.<br />
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One of the earliest known Archaic Sphinx statues once a grave stele
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against black<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against grey.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against black<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against white.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against grey.<br />
<br />
This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against white.<br />
<br />
This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against grey.<br />
<br />
This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against grey.<br />
<br />
This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against black<br />
<br />
This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros
  • Parian marble Ancient Greek Archaic statue of a kore by Ariston of Paros, found in Merenda, Attica, Circa 540-530 BC, Athens National Archaeological Museum. Cat no 4889. Against white.<br />
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This funerary statue was found in the same pit as Phrasikleia cat no 4890. The expression on the face and the rendering of the garment that follows the curves of the body underneath are remarkable. The chiton retains in many places its painted decoration with rosettes, swastikas, stars and meanders. This Kore is an extraordinary statue and is one of the most inportant of the Archaic Period. Mad by sculptor Ariston from Paros

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