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Platform Sandals
Pair of platform sandals of navy blue suede and leather. The shoes have a thick platform and 3 3/4" high chunky heel covered with dark blue suede, with yellow embroidered butterflies along the outer side of the heels. Rounded toes, with two wide interwoven dark blue leather straps across instep, and extending from sides of heels upward, behind heel, and across front of ankle to secure with small gold buckles. Stamped underneath: "Made in Greece"
Sling-Back Platform Pumps
Pair of sling-back platform pumps covered with a dark blue fabric printed with yellow circles and small dark blue or white polka dots. Shoes have thick platform sole and rounded toe. Open-toe style, with slight pleating across the vamp. Sling-back, with strap from sides across back of heel, fastening with small fabric covered buckle. 3 3/4" high chunky heel tapering slightly to base. Maker's label stamped inside: "Enosis / Made in Greece"
Black-figured Neck-Amphora
From the Greek Archain Period. Opposite side: scene of the underworld, Sisyphus
Black-figured Amphora
From the Greek Archaic Period.
Black-figured Amphora
From the Greek Arachaic Period
Black-figured Hydria
From the Greek Archaic Period.
Black-figured Neck-Amphora
From the Greek Archaic Period.
Black-figured Hydria
From the Greek Archaic Period. Statue of Athena; Neoptolemos murdering Astyanax, Priam
Black-figured Neck-Amphora
From the Greek Archaic Period. Det: Sisyphus (12cm h.)
Black-figured Amphora
From the Greek Archaic Period.
Black-figured and Red-figured Amphora
From the Greek Archaic Period. Hercules and Athena (black-fig., by Lysippedes painter)
Black-figured and Red-figured Amphora
From the Greek Archaic Period. Athena and Hercules.
Black-figured Hydria
From the Greek Archaic Period. Main subject and shoulder frieze.
Red-figured Drinking Cup
From the Greek Archaic Period. Youth on a folding stool (interior).
Black-figured Hydria
From the Greek Archaic Period.
Red-figured Drinking Cup
From the Greek Archaic Period. (exterior): Priam requesting the body of Hector from Achilles; Hermes; Briseis 12 cm h.
Black-figured and Red-figured Amphora
From the Greek Archaic Period. Opposite side: Athena, Hermes, Hercules with servant
Demeter, Persephone and Triptolemos
A sculpture from the Greek Classical Period. Total from front center.
East Pediment of the Temple of Zeus at Olympia
Overall view of central portion (up to horse on right side) of the East Pediment of the Temple of Zeus at Olympia. From the Greek Classical Period.
Geometric Dipylon Krater
Detail of frieze of sculpture entitled Geometric Dipylon Krater (with prosthesis), 8th c. BC.From the Geometric Period.
Vaphio Cups (pair)
From the Mycenaean period. Cup 1: Bull being trapped and snared.
Aphrodite, Eros and Pan
From the Greek Hellenistic Period. Total from front center.
Geometric Dipylon Krater
A sculpture from Dipylon Cemetery and the Geometric Period.
East Pediment of the Temple of Zeus at Olympia
Seated figure of the seer in the sculpture entitled East Pediment of the Temple of Zeus at Olympia. From the Greek Classical Period.
Black-figured Amphora
From the Greek Archaic Period.
Black-figured Amphora
From the Greek Archaic Period.
Black-figured Amphora
From the Greek Archaic Period. Opposite side: Dionysos with successful hunters (det ht= 19cm)
Red-Figured Amphora
From the Greek Archaic Period.
Black-figured and Red-figured Amphora
From the Greek Archaic Period. Hercules and Athena (red-figured).
Borghese Marble Vase
From the Greek Hellenistic Period. Total view from West, Ariadne with Lyre, Dionysos.
Head of a Sphinx
Total from front center view of sculpture entitled Head of a Sphinx. From the Greek Hellenistic Period.
Head of a Sphinx
Total from right front of sculpture depicting head of a sphinx. From the Greek Hellenistic Period.
Warrior Vase
From the Mycenaean period. Total from front.
Funerary Mask
From the Greek Hellenistic Period. Total from front center.
Red-figured Drinking Cup
From the Greek Archaic Period. (exterior): the presents for Achilles
Palace of Minos at Knossos
General view of the Palace of Minos at Knossos: site, Palace complex from the hill, Hagios Elias. View W. From the Late Minoan I Period.
Palace of Minos at Knossos
General view of the Palace of Minos at Knossos: site & Palace complex from the hill, Hagios Elias. View WNW. From the Late Minoan I Period.
Palace of Minos at Knossos
Closer view of the Palace of Minos at Knossos: site, Palace complex from the hill. Hagios Elias. View W. From the Late Minoan I Period.
Dionysos with a Deerskin
Half-length from front left of Dionysos with a deerskin. Roman copy from Hadrian's era (117-138). From Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli; from the Greek Classical Period.
Sleeping Hermaphrodite
Total front right of sculpture depicting a sleeping hermaphrodite. Found in Rome, Viminal Hill; from the Greek Hellenistic Period.
Dying Niobid
Found in Rome, Via Collina. From the Greek Classical Period. Total from front center.
Dying Niobid
Detail: half-length from front right of sculpture entitled Dying Niobid. Roman copy, 2nd c. AD? Found in Rome, Via Collina; from the Greek Classical Period.
Dionysos with a Deerskin
Total from front of sculpture depicting Dionysos with a deerskin. Roman copy from Hadrian's era (117-138). From Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli; from the Greek Classical Period.
Dying Niobid
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Dionysos with a Deerskin
bust-length detail, from front left of sculpture depicting Dionysos with a deerskin. Roman copy from Hadrian's era (117-138). From the Greek Classical Period, and from Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli.
Sleeping Hermaphrodite
Total from rear right of a sculpture depicting a sleeping hermaphrodite. Found in Rome, Viminal Hill; from the Greek Hellenistic Period.
Sanctuary of Apollo and Stoa of the Athenians
The view toward the southwest includes the Stoa of the Athenians in the Sanctuary of Apollo. The retaining wall is visible as well.
Sanctuary of Apollo, Ionic Column and Capital
The Ionic column with its flutes and the volutes of the capital are shown as situated in front of the Stoa of the Athenians.
Sanctuary of Apollo
This sanctuary detail in this view is seen in its mountainous setting.
Sanctuary of Apollo, Temple of Apollo, Theater
The panoramic view over the theater is towards the east.