Black-figured amphora (wine-jar) signed by Exekias as potter and attributed to him as painter
Greek, about 540-530 BC Made in Athens, Greece; found at Vulci (now in Lazio, Italy) Achilles killing the Amazon Queen Penthesilea...
Bucchero wares are a shiny dark grey to black pottery produced by the Etruscans of central Italy from the 7th to 4th century...
Bushel with ibex motifs, c. 4200--3500 B.C.E., Susa
Bushel with ibex motifs, 4200--3500 B.C.E., Susa I period, necropolis, acropolis mound, Susa, Iran, painted terra-cotta...
Campanian in origin and dating to 330-300 BCE, the function of this plate is indicated by the painted fish motifs...
Celadon Fish-Dragon Ewer, Goryeo Dynasty
A celadon fish-dragon ewer. 12th century CE, Goryeo Dynasty, Korea. (National Museum of Korea, Soul, South Korea)
Chavin Stirrup-spouted Jar
A Chavin stirrup-spouted vessel depicting a jaguar and cactus. 900-200 BCE. (Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, USA)
Chinese Ceramic Dog
Green-glazed ceramic dog, Eastern Han Dynasty, 25-220 CE. Palace Museum (Beijing, China).
Christie Richardson discusses pottery and archaeology!
Christie says, "I am an archaeologist. I love the feel of dirt, the rush of discovery, the piecing together of a puzzle...
Colorful Jar from Assyria
The decorative paintings on this pottery jar can still be seen. From northern Mesopotamia, modern-day Iraq. Neo-Assyrian...
A kernos from the Cyclades, used to give multiple votive offerings. Phylakopi, Melos, 2300-2200 BCE. (National Archaeological...