The pottery of the Mycenaean civilization (1550-1050 BCE), although heavily influenced by the earlier Minoans based...
Three conical shaped rhyta (1500-1450 BCE) Mycenae area, Nafplio Archaeological Museum.
Mycenaean Stemmed Cup
A Mycenaean stemmed cup (1350-1300 BCE) in terracotta and depicting stylized seashells. (The Getty Villa, Malibu, USA...
Mycenaean Stirrup Jar
A Mycenaean terracotta stirrup jar, c. 1200 BCE. The name derives from the resemblance of the handle to a double stirrup...
Mycenaean Vase Decorated With An Octopus
A Mycenaean vase or krater depicting a stylized octopus (1400-1300 BCE). Provenance: Ialysos, Rhodes. (British Museum...
Mycenaean Vase Decorated With Bulls & Birds
A Mycenaean vase (1300-1200 BCE) in the pictorial style depicting stylized bulls and birds. From a tomb in Enkomi, Cyprus...
Naqada II pottery
Example of Egyptian pottery of the Naqada II period (c. 3500-3200 BC). Some of the motifs depicted on Naqada II pottery...
Nazca Double-spouted Pot
A typical double-spouted pot with handle of the Nazca civilization of ancient Peru (200 BCE-500 CE). The design is also...
The pottery of the Nazca civilization, which flourished in ancient Peru between 200 BCE and 600 CE, is amongst the most distinctive...
Red figure Greek ceramic phiale or tray depicting Nike with chariot, last quarter 4th century BCE from Apula. (Archaeological...