A CORINTHIAN BLACK-FIGURED TREFOIL OINOCHOE AND LID ATTRIBUTED TO THE ELVEHJEM PAINTER, CIRCA 570 B.C.
Céramique grecque antique — Wikipédia - Olpè
AN OFFERING STAND REPRESENTING A FEMININE HEAD, MAGNA GRECIA, 4TH-3RD CENTURY B.C.
Dipylon Amphora, 8th Century BC attributed to Workshop of Athens 894 (Greek)
TWO ALABASTERS, CORINTHIAN'S WORKSHOP, FIRST HALF OF THE 6TH CENTURY B.C.
Artist: Sugimoto Sadamitsu, Title: Iga Flower Vessel, c. 2011 - click to close window
Peigne-masque Yaouré en ivoire
Vessel, 11th-15th century Chimú | With roots in earlier Andean cultures, the Chimu practiced a polytheistic religion with the Moon God as the supreme deity. This vessel may depict the Corn God. Corn was a prevalent crop with sacred associations. It was fermented to make chicha, a frothy beverage consumed at ceremonial occasions and celebrations. Chicha and maize flour were also common offerings to departed relatives and to the gods.