Dionysus. Close up of The Derveni krater. Bronze. 330—320 BCE. Inv. No. B1. Thessaloniki, Archaeological Museum. (Photo by I. Sh.).
Derveni krater (close up). Bronze. 330—320 BCE. Thessaloniki, Archaeological Museum
L'Odyssée - Circé la Magicienne
Circe is a minor goddess of magic (or sometimes a nymph, witch, enchantress or sorceress), described in Homer's Odyssey as "The loveliest of all immortals". Having murdered her husband, the prince of Colchis, she was expelled by her subjects and placed by her father on the solitary island of Aeaea. (art: Lady Hamilton as Circe by George Romney)
The Derveni krater. Bronze. 330—320 BCE. Inv. No. B1. Thessaloniki, Archaeological Museum. (Photo by I. Sh.).
Ring | In the form of a bird with its neck and head facing backwards. Bronze. From the Senufo people of Burkina Faso/Ivory Coast | 450 € ~ sold
The Derveni Cratoer (330 BCE) Deveni, Macedonia northern Greece. Inscription with silver lettering on the rim of the vessel indicating the holder: Gk: ΑΣΤΙΟΥΝΕΙΟΣ ΑΝΑΞΑΓΟΡΑΙΟΙ ΕΣ ΛΑΡΙΣΑΣ
Bernard BUFFET ( 1928 - 1999 ) - Peintre Francais - French Painter
Derveni Crater 330 BCE - Museum of Thessaloniki, Macedonia Greece - "And #Macedonia, of course, is a part of Greece." (Strab. VII, Frg. 9 [Loeb, H.L. Jones])
Coronation of the Virgin. Sandro Botticelli. 1488-1490. Tempera on Panel. 378 X 258 cm. Uffizi Gallery. Florence.