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Thucydides’ History of the Peloponnesian War (fragment) on the P. Oxy. 16 (1st century AD).

Thucydides’ History of the Peloponnesian War (fragment) on the P. Oxy. 16 (1st century AD).

Lekythos (Attic white-ground ware) 460 BC-450 BC

Lekythos (Attic white-ground ware) 460 BC-450 BC

Snake Goddess from Knossos  c. 1600 – 1550 BCE (New Palace Period)  Crete/Minoan Culture  Heraklion Archaeological Museum, Crete

Snake Goddess from Knossos c. 1600 – 1550 BCE (New Palace Period) Crete/Minoan Culture Heraklion Archaeological Museum, Crete

KN 1540

KN 1540

Painted Kamares ware ewer or pitcher with three handles and relief spiky decoration, Palaeopalatial Period (1900 – 1700 BC) Heraklion Museum

Painted Kamares ware ewer or pitcher with three handles and relief spiky decoration, Palaeopalatial Period (1900 – 1700 BC) Heraklion Museum

Ritual scene of worship, possibly concerning the veneration of the dead, detail of decoration on a sarcophagus from a tomb at Ayia Triada, Crete, Late Minoan Period, c.1390 BC (painted plaster on limestone)

Ritual scene of worship, possibly concerning the veneration of the dead, detail of decoration on a sarcophagus from a tomb at Ayia Triada, Crete, Late Minoan Period, c.1390 BC (painted plaster on limestone)

The Hyksos: Mysterious Semitic Conquerors of the Nile Delta

The Hyksos: Mysterious Semitic Conquerors of the Nile Delta

The Hyksos: Mysterious Semitic Conquerors of the Nile Delta

The Hyksos: Mysterious Semitic Conquerors of the Nile Delta

Odysseus and Calypso. Red-figure vase. Clay. Paris, Louvre Museum.

Odysseus and Calypso. Red-figure vase. Clay. Paris, Louvre Museum.

Terracotta amphora (jar) Signed by Andokides as potter Period: Archaic Date: ca. 540 B.C. Culture: Greek, Attic This is the earliest preserved vase with the signature of the potter Andokides.

Terracotta amphora (jar) Signed by Andokides as potter Period: Archaic Date: ca. 540 B.C. Culture: Greek, Attic This is the earliest preserved vase with the signature of the potter Andokides.