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War Minus the Shooting: Ideals behind the Ancient Olympic Games

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shiningjasmin Athena playing the “aulos”. The “aulos” is the double flute invented by the goddess Athena: so it is told by a literary tradition that was handed down by the poet Pindar.

I think, it would be ingratitude if i havent given here at least one article about a source of such an inspiration as culture ( specific fashion) of ancient Greece. Period of ancient Greece, which ...

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"""Greek women from the Classical Period with their hair up. The center woman looks like she is from the Archaic Period with her long curls down her shoulder.

The Agamemmnon of Aeschulus      The Agamemnon of Aeschylus

Attic red-figure cup depicting Cassandra chased by Ajax seeking refuge by a xoanon of Athena, BC.

Hephaestus   Crippled god of fire, metalworking, and crafts. The son of Hera by parthenogenesis, he is the smith of the gods and the husband of the adulterous Aphrodite. He was usually depicted as a bearded man with hammer, tongs and anvil—the tools of a smith—and sometimes riding a donkey.

Hephaestus hands in the new Achilles' armor to Thetis (Iliad, XVIII, Attic red-figure Kylix, BC. Altes Museum note decoration on shield - bird grips snake

Ancient Greek pottery to improve Spacecraft tiles -2

Ancient Greek pottery to improve Spacecraft tiles

Exekias, Black figured vase with Ajax and Achilles playing draughts, and detail, 540 bc.

Egeo consultando a Pitia, en el Oráculo de Delfos

Waiting for Greece – L’oracolo di Delfi [parte

greek pottery patterns - referencing for pysanky ideas - when you get a chance to teach me @Tracy M

A Visual Glossary of Greek Pottery

greek pottery patterns - referencing for pysanky ideas - when you get a chance to teach me M Different vase designs to represent different meanings.

Banquete (Platón)

Banquete (Platón)

Banqueter and musician, kalos inscription ("Ho pais kalos" "The boy is handsome"). Tondo from an Attic red-figure cup, ca.

Terracotta neck-amphora (jar) Attributed to the manner of the Lysippides Painter Period: Archaic Date: ca. 520 B.C. Culture: Greek, Attic Medium: Terracotta; black-figure

Terracotta neck-amphora (jar) Attributed to the manner of the Lysippides Painter Period: Archaic Date: ca. 520 B.

ancient greek pottery designs

Appears to be a copy of vase mentioned in John Boardman's "Early Greek Vase Painting" image 333 described as Milesian (Fikellura) stamnos from Ialysus given the number "Rhodes with a height of " H Ancient Greek Pottery

Chariot racing was a popular, but very dangerous spectator sport in Ancient Greece and Rome. Teams consisted of a driver and usually four horses, and in some circumstances the drivers had financial backers in races. Chariot racing was included in the original Greek Olympics.

Usually on the second day of Olympics, spectators watched the equestrian events. This is including the 4 horse chariot race. It was a crowd favorite. There could be as many of 20 competitors on a wide track with an elaborate staring gate.

Los griegos de la Antigüedad se preocupaban por los niños desde el mismo momento en que la futura madre sabía o sospechaba que estaba embarazada. Para que el parto no tuviese problemas, el filósofo Platón recomendaba a las gestantes hacer ejercicio, mientras que su discípulo Aristóteles las animaba a alimentarse de manera adecuada. Llegado el …

Los griegos de la Antigüedad se preocupaban por los niños desde el mismo momento en que la futura madre sabía o sospechaba que estaba embarazada. Para que el parto no tuviese problemas, el filósofo Platón recomendaba a las gestantes hacer ejercicio, mientras que su discípulo Aristóteles las animaba a alimentarse de manera adecuada. Llegado el …

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