greek pottery patterns - referencing for pysanky ideas - we can see the color palet that they used black with an orange and orange with black.

A Visual Glossary of Greek Pottery

greek pottery patterns - referencing for pysanky ideas - when you get a chance to teach me M Different vase designs to represent different meanings.

Pitcher (oinochoe).Dated 740–730 B.C. Dimensions Height: 33.1 cm (13 1/16 in.) Medium Ceramic Collections The Ancient World Classifications Vessels Culture Greek Place of Manufacture Boiotia, Greece Period Late Geometric Period

Dated B. Dimensions Height: cm in.) Medium Ceramic Collections The Ancient World Classifications Vessels Culture Greek Place of Manufacture Boiotia, Greece Period Late Geometric Period

Achilles and Penthesilea. This pottery dates from around 540 BC and is attributed to Exekias, an Ancient Greek vase painter and potter.

Achilles Slaying Penthesilea, black-figure amphora by Exekias, third quarter of the sixth century BC.

Here are a few types of Greek vases. The Athenians did a lot of sculpting and drawing and decorated these vases with many different picture of gods, land, animals, etc.

Athenian Vase shapes from History of Art www.edu Helpful handout or slide when beginning pottery vessels unit

Lekythos, ca. 480 B.C.; red-figure  Attributed to the Brygos Painter  Greek, Attic  Terracotta

Lekythos, ca. 480 B. red-figure Attributed to the Brygos Painter Greek, Attic Terracotta example of stool

Ancient Greece, the birth of democracy.

Portrait of a Priestess: Women and Ritual in Ancient Greece - Joan Breton Connelly - Books - Review

Portrait of a Priestess: Women and Ritual in Ancient Greece - Joan Breton…

Attic Black-figure Panathenaic neck amphora Greece c. 530 BCE

Attic Black-figure Panathenaic neck amphora Greece c. 530 BCE Black Figure Pottery started being used by the Ancient Greeks.

ANCIENT ART.  Ancient Greek painting, Achilles and Penthesella on the Plain of Troy, with Athena, Aphrodite and Eros.

Ancient Greek painting, Achilles and Penthesella on the Plain of Troy, with Athena, Aphrodite and Eros. I chose this piece because it is a classic example of greek painting and tells an important story.

greek pottery - 9th century b.c. - these pieces of pottery were some of the first uses of the now famous "greek key pattern"

greek pottery - century b. - these pieces of pottery were some of the first uses of the now famous "greek key pattern"

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