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Louvre CA6819. Women playing the aulos and the tambourine. Terracotta figurine made in Syria, 2nd–3rd centuries AD.

Louvre CA6819. Women playing the aulos and the tambourine. Terracotta figurine made in Syria, 2nd–3rd centuries AD.

Ancient Greek Instruments: Epigonion belongs to the psaltery family and it is the instrument with the largest number of strings, sometimes as many as forty (Polydeuces). It may owe its name to the fact that it was played 'on the knee' - Greek 'epi gonu', or maybe because its inventor was someone named Epigonus.

Ancient Greek Instruments: Epigonion belongs to the psaltery family and it is the instrument with the largest number of strings, sometimes as many as forty (Polydeuces). It may owe its name to the fact that it was played 'on the knee' - Greek 'epi gonu', or maybe because its inventor was someone named Epigonus.

Semi-nude musician holding a great kithara on her left knee. Terracotta figurine (3rd quarter 3rd BCE) from Aigina, Greece, Tanagra influence. Height 24 cm CA 799   Louvre, Departement des Antiquites Grecques/Romaines, Paris, France

Semi-nude musician holding a great kithara on her left knee. Terracotta figurine (3rd quarter 3rd BCE) from Aigina, Greece, Tanagra influence. Height 24 cm CA 799 Louvre, Departement des Antiquites Grecques/Romaines, Paris, France

Limestone head of votive statue  This statue is originally from cyprus, the mixture of different styles is evidence of cyprus’ difficult political history in the first millenium BC.In thishead alone there are strong Greek influences (almond eyes,mouth and high cheekbones) but also Egyptian (the Crown is like Hathoric crowns) and Assyrian (the curls  in her hair) Cyprus,5th cent BC

Limestone head of votive statue This statue is originally from cyprus, the mixture of different styles is evidence of cyprus’ difficult political history in the first millenium BC.In thishead alone there are strong Greek influences (almond eyes,mouth and high cheekbones) but also Egyptian (the Crown is like Hathoric crowns) and Assyrian (the curls in her hair) Cyprus,5th cent BC

Woman on a rock with a violin and another with a large kithara, a little Eros at her side. Terracotta figurines from Aigina, Greece, Tanagrian influence (ca. 360 BCE). (Size of the musician 22 cm - CA 574) CA 798   Louvre, Departement des Antiquites Grecques/Romaines, Paris, France

Woman on a rock with a violin and another with a large kithara, a little Eros at her side. Terracotta figurines from Aigina, Greece, Tanagrian influence (ca. 360 BCE). (Size of the musician 22 cm - CA 574) CA 798 Louvre, Departement des Antiquites Grecques/Romaines, Paris, France

Maenad

Maenad

Figurine of a woman playing a hand-drum, painted terracotta, 8th-7th centuries B.C.E. Terracottas of female drum players and other figurines depicting musicians, both male and female, have been found in Judah and Israel, as well as Phoenicia and Cyprus. Hand-drums, in particular, were associated with women.

Figurine of a woman playing a hand-drum, painted terracotta, 8th-7th centuries B.C.E. Terracottas of female drum players and other figurines depicting musicians, both male and female, have been found in Judah and Israel, as well as Phoenicia and Cyprus. Hand-drums, in particular, were associated with women.

Female musician playing the double flute. Terracotta (4th BCE), from the Punic necropolis of Borj Jdid, Carthago. Phoenician culture  Louvre Museum

Female musician playing the double flute. Terracotta (4th BCE), from the Punic necropolis of Borj Jdid, Carthago. Phoenician culture Louvre Museum

Terracotta bell-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water). Attributed to the Painter of the Louvre Centauromachy. Period: Classical. Date: mid-fifth century B.C. Culture: Greek, Attic

Terracotta bell-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water). Attributed to the Painter of the Louvre Centauromachy. Period: Classical. Date: mid-fifth century B.C. Culture: Greek, Attic

Danseuses. Titre anglais : terracotta figures of a dancing girl. Période : 2e siècle av J.-C., 3e siècle av J.-C., Grèce antique (période). Lieu de découverte : Centuripe (origine). Royaume-Uni, Londres, British Museum

Danseuses. Titre anglais : terracotta figures of a dancing girl. Période : 2e siècle av J.-C., 3e siècle av J.-C., Grèce antique (période). Lieu de découverte : Centuripe (origine). Royaume-Uni, Londres, British Museum

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