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A Red-figure Cup, Attributed to the Triptolemos Painter and to the Potter Python H. 10.6 cm, W. 37 cm, Dm. 29.5 cm. Clay. Attic, ca. 480 B.C.
A Red-figure Cup, Attributed to the Painter of Berlin 2268 Dm. 25.8 cm. Clay. Attic, ca. 500-490 B.C.
A Rare Kantharos with Inscription: "Bila Dionysoi" Dm. 9.6 cm. Bronze. Greek, 2nd half of 4th-3rd cent. B.C.
An Early Mycenaean Cup decroated with Wavy Lines H. 3.6 cm. W. max. (with handle) 9.9 cm. Clay. Mycenaean, 16th-13th cent. B.C.
A Footed Jar with Eight Handles H. 9.2 cm. Yellowish and aubergine/brownish glass. Roman, Eastern Mediterranean, 3rd-5th cent. A.D.
A Large Olla H. 21.1 cm. Clay, in part cream slip, dark brown matt glaze. Daunian, Subgeometric, 2nd half 6th-1st half 5th cent. B.C.
A Female Idol (so-called Phi-Idol) H. 12.5 cm. Clay, dark brown matte glaze. Mycenaean, Late Helladic III, ca. 1400-1250 B.C.
A Black-figure Amphora with Dionysos and Maenads (near to the Antimenes Painter) Attic, ca. 500 B.C. Clay. H. 37 cm.
A Bird Bowl East Greek, possibly Rhodian, 2nd half of 7th cent. B.C. Clay, beige coating, red and dark brown matt glaze. Dm. 18.3 cm (without handles). H. 7.8 cm.
A Late Geometric Oinochoe with Birds H. 22 cm. Clay. Greek, Attic, Late Geometric (I b), ca. 750-735 B.C.
A Boeotian Late Geometric Oinochoe Greek, Boeotian, Late Geometric; ca. late 8th century B.C. Clay. H. 34.5.
A Lekanis with Animal Frieze and Boar Dm. (without handles) 26.6 cm. Clay. Italo-Corinthian, late 6th cent.-early 5th cent. B.C.
A Red-Figure Cup with Walking Bull H. 8.2 cm. Dm. 18.2 cm. Clay, black glaze. Attic, Last quarter of 5th cent. B.C.
A Mycenaean Stemmed Goblet H. 15.4 cm. W. (with handles) 16.3 cm. Clay. Mycenaean, LH IIIB, 1300-1190 B.C.