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An Alternative History of Greek Pottery Makes Women the Equals of
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Mary Frances Dondelinger, “Jump Like a Girl” (all photos courtesy Mary Frances Dondelinger)
An Alternative History of Greek Pottery Makes Women the Equals of Men
Mary Frances Dondelinger, “Wrestle Like a Girl”
An Alternative History of Greek Pottery Makes Women the Equals of Men
Click Here to Read: An Alternative History of Greek Pottery Makes Women the Equals of Men: Mary Frances Dondelinger creates bowls, vases, and statues that ...
The “discovery,” staged by Dondelinger, of pottery that depicts a woman sparring. “
Dondelinger staged an excavation of her artworks on an island off the coast of California.
Greek Vase-Painting, an introduction
Ancient Greek Philosophy. vase
History of Ancient Greek Pottery
Terracotta oinochoe: chous (jug) Attributed to the Meidias Painter Classical Greek c. BC Height: cm Women perfuming clothes The scene depicts two women in ...
Marriage in ancient Greece
Athena Painter, Lekythos, 525-500 BC. Kemper Art Museum Ancient Greek,
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The 2500-year-old vase with Amazon woman depiction.
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"Explanations" of Male Dominance
... An Alternative History of Greek Pottery Makes Women the Equals of Men
Figure 2.4 Attic red-figure belly-amphora attributed to Phintias. Paris, Musée du Louvre, inv. G 42.
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Lycurgus Consulting the Pythia (1835/1845), as imagined by Eugène Delacroix
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Marching soldiers observed by a female figure, in the Warrior Vase, c. 1200 BC, a krater from Mycenae
Wet Nurses in Greek and Roman Antiquity
Mycenaean palace amphora, found in the Argolid
Woman drinking wine from storeroom. Athenian red-figure cup, ca. 460-450 BCE. Malibu, The J. Paul Getty Museum 86.AE.265. Side b.
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Figure 2.5 Handle of the Attic black-figure François Vase, signed by Ergotimos and Kleitias (cf. Figures 3.1a). Florence, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, inv.
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The Amazons: Lives and Legends of Warrior Women Across the Ancient World by Adrienne Mayor
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Upper torso of a woman's figurine. Slit eyes and mouth. She wears an elaborate headdress. Pottery fragment. Ramesside period. From Egypt.
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Greeks Illustration. Lessons in liberty … ancient ...
Classical Archaeology of Ancient Greece and Rome
Attic Column-Krater
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Woman drinking wine from storeroom. Athenian red-figure cup, ca. 460-450 BCE. Malibu, The J. Paul Getty Museum 86.AE.265. Side a.
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A long jumper performing his event, depicted alongside a musician playing the diaulos (double-flute), judges and other athletes; Attic red-figure kylix, ...
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The Chiusi loom, and the four Boeotian looms all clearly have two center cross-beams and two rows of loom weights (see Figure 10, Figure 13, Figure 14, ...
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A Comprehensive Guide to the Mesopotamians
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Hecate | Athenian red-figure bell krater C5th B.C. | Metropolitan Museum of Art,
Bing & Grøndahl was a Danish porcelain manufacturer founded in 1853. The tree towers that make up the manufacturer's trademark stamp originate from the ...
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Men and women held equal status in ancient city of Catalhoyuk | Ancient Origins
Despite differences in the appearance of the northern European loom and the ancient Greek loom, it has been assumed that there were no great differences in ...
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Seated gods wait to receive the new peplos, detail from Parthenon frieze, Slab IV