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Derveni krater, bronze and tin alloy, c. 370 to 320 BC, Unearthed in Displayed at the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki.

Canosan polichrome pottery volute krater, Apulia, early 3rd century B.C.  The obverse with a hanging pink fillet, the neck centered by a molded frontal head of Dionysos, wearing an elaborate pink, white and blue fillet of ivy and berries, the ties painted along the shoulders, framed by two winged Erotes seated on square platforms along the shoulders, each wearing a pink mantle folded over to blue at the waist, the volutes with female mascaroons, 39.4 cm high. Private collection

Canosan polychrome pottery oinochoe, Apulia, circa early Century B.

Ο ΚΡΑΤΗΡΑΣ ΤΟΥ ΔΕΡΒΕΝΙΟΥ - THE DERVENI KRATER (ENGLISH - GREEK TEXT) Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki, Macedonia, the Heart of Greece. Ελληνιστική περίοδος, 330 - 320 π.Χ. - Δερβένι, τάφος Β΄- ύψος: 0,91 μ. Hellenistic, 330-320 BC, Derveni, tomb B, Height 0.91 m. The Derveni krater is a volute krater, the most elaborate of its type, discovered in 1962 in a tomb at Derveni, not far from Thessaloniki, and displayed at the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki. Weighing 40 kg,

Ο ΚΡΑΤΗΡΑΣ ΤΟΥ ΔΕΡΒΕΝΙΟΥ - THE DERVENI KRATER (ENGLISH - GREEK TEXT) Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki, Macedonia, the Heart of Greece. Ελληνιστική περίοδος, 330 - 320 π.Χ. - Δερβένι, τάφος Β΄- ύψος: 0,91 μ. Hellenistic, 330-320 BC, Derveni, tomb B, Height 0.91 m. The Derveni krater is a volute krater, the most elaborate of its type, discovered in 1962 in a tomb at Derveni, not far from Thessaloniki, and displayed at the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki. Weighing 40 kg,

Terracotta vase  This is a mixture of Hellenstic and Sicilian art. It shows a bride with her maids before her wedding. The colours are very different from the ‘usual’ terracotta vases from the Greek period. 39.4cm high Greek/Sicilian, Hellenistic Period, Centuripe, 3rd - 2nd century AD Source: Metropolitan Museum

Greek, Funerary vase with a bride surrounded by attendants, century BC Centuripe vase, greek BCE

Attic volute krater representing athletes and aulos player, 470 BC, by the Altamura painter, red-figure pottery from Tomb 381 in the Necropolis of Valle Trebba, Emilia-Romagna, Italy. Italic Civilization, 5th Century BC.

Attic volute krater representing athletes and aulos player, 470 BC, by the Altamura painter, red-figure pottery from Tomb 381 in the Necropolis of Valle Trebba, Emilia-Romagna, Italy. Italic Civilization, 5th Century BC.

SOUTHERN ITALY. Canosa. Circa 300-250 BCE. Polychrome Pottery Volute Krater

Ceramics & Porcelain, Continental:Antique (Pre A Canosan Polychrome Pottery Volute Krater, Apulia, circa BC.

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