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Greek, Attic, attributed to the Berlin Painter, Red- figure bell-krater: A, Ganymede; B, Zeus, ca. 500–490 B.C. Ceramic. Paris, Louvre Museum, Department of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Antiquities (G 175). © RMN-Grand Palais / Art Resource, NY.

Greek, Attic, attributed to the Berlin Painter, Red- figure bell-krater: A, Ganymede; B, Zeus, ca. 500–490 B.C. Ceramic. Paris, Louvre Museum, Department of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Antiquities (G 175). © RMN-Grand Palais / Art Resource, NY.

Greek, Attic, attributed to the Berlin Painter, Red-figure bell-krater: Side A depicting Herakles at a symposium. ca. 500-490 B.C. Ceramic. Paris, Louvre Museum, Department of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Antiquities (G174) © Princeton University Art Museum

Greek, Attic, attributed to the Berlin Painter, Red-figure bell-krater: Side A depicting Herakles at a symposium. ca. 500-490 B.C. Ceramic. Paris, Louvre Museum, Department of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Antiquities (G174) © Princeton University Art Museum

Dioniso máscara de terracota, 200 a.n.e. Museo del Louvre

Dioniso máscara de terracota, 200 a.n.e. Museo del Louvre

Helena y Paris Pintor de Estocolmo, cratera de Apulia, 380 a.n.e.

Helena y Paris Pintor de Estocolmo, cratera de Apulia, 380 a.n.e.

Carved bone of a Thracian gladiator, Roman Empire, 2nd half of 1st C. AD. An indo-european tribal people of southwest Europe (bulgaria, greece and turkey)  They allied themselves with Alexander the Great against Persia. Referred to as thracians by the Greeks, they were a cluster of sub-groups and are common figures in Greek mythology. Louvre.

Carved bone of a Thracian gladiator, Roman Empire, 2nd half of 1st C. AD. An indo-european tribal people of southwest Europe (bulgaria, greece and turkey) They allied themselves with Alexander the Great against Persia. Referred to as thracians by the Greeks, they were a cluster of sub-groups and are common figures in Greek mythology. Louvre.

Roman #Mosaic  --  Triumph of Amphitrite & Neptune (Poseidon)  --  The Louvre, Paris

Roman #Mosaic -- Triumph of Amphitrite & Neptune (Poseidon) -- The Louvre, Paris

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