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

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

Perfume bottle with lion head mouth, attributed to the Chigi Painter Greek, Protocorinthian, about 640 BC Made in Corinth, Greece; said to be from Thebes, Greece The 'Macmillan aryballos'

Perfume bottle with lion head mouth, attributed to the Chigi Painter Greek, Protocorinthian, about 640 BC Made in Corinth, Greece; said to be from Thebes, Greece The 'Macmillan aryballos'

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

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

Corinthian Aryballos; Unknown; Corinth, Greece; 625 - 600 B.C.; Terracotta; 12 x 12.6 cm (4 3/4 x 4 15/16 in.); 85.AE.52

Corinthian Aryballos; Unknown; Corinth, Greece; 625 - 600 B.C.; Terracotta; 12 x 12.6 cm (4 3/4 x 4 15/16 in.); 85.AE.52

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

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

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

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

A ancient Greek cosmetics container from Corinth featuring a bearded siren. (The J Paul Getty Museum)

A ancient Greek cosmetics container from Corinth featuring a bearded siren. (The J Paul Getty Museum)

Proto-Corinthian olpe with animals and sphinxes, ca. 640 BC–630 BC. From Corinth

Proto-Corinthian olpe with animals and sphinxes, ca. 640 BC–630 BC. From Corinth

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

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

The Macmillan aryballos: pottery aryballos decorated in miniature with eighteen warriors, a hare-hunt and a horse-race.

The Macmillan aryballos: pottery aryballos decorated in miniature with eighteen warriors, a hare-hunt and a horse-race.

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