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51. 6. 8. Female Dancer and Flutist

Athens (Greece), Myrina (Turkey), Southern Russia, acquired 1875 1905
Clay, 4th to 2nd cent. BC
TC 6822, TC 8821, TC 8331
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52. Wounded Amazon by Polykleitos of Argos

Rome (Italy), Quirinal Hill, acquired in 1869
Marble, Roman, after an original from around 430 BC
According to Pliny the Elder there was a competition between the most famous sculptors of the classical age about who could best depict a wounded amazon. Polykleitos sculpture was decided to be the best and became one the most famous masterpieces of the classical age. During the Roman period it was repeatedly copied and the Berlin sculpture figures amongst the best replicas
Sk 7
27 2015

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53. Glass Amphora

Olbia on the Black Sea, gift by F.v. Gans, 1913
Glass, gold-plated copper sheet, 150 - 100 BC
This amphora is the largest extant ancient glass vessel produced before the invention of the glassblowers pipe. The show-piece served as a container for wine at the banquet, with the wine shimmering red through the glass. Attachments in the shape of satyrs with wineskins formed the spouts
Inv. 30219.254
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54. Portrait bust of Pericles

Island of Lesbos (Greece), acquired in 1901
Marble, Roman, after an original from around 430 BC
Four Roman copies of the head of the honorary statue of Pericles survive. The original stood on the Athenian Acropolis. In the fifth century BC, this was an expression of greatest honour. The idealized portrait with Corinthian helmet corresponds with the contemporary portrait type for the highest Athenian officers, the strategoi or generals
Sk 1530
27 2015

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55. Head from the Funerary Monument of an Athenian Officer

Athens (Greece), acquired in 1972
Marble, around 330 BC
The slightly larger-than-life head of a soldier perfectly matches the fracture on a torso of an armored man preserved at the National Museum in Athens, which was found in Athens in 1927. The reverse side is not fully executed since the statue is likely to have stood in the recessed niche of a monumental funerary naiskos
Inv. 1972.15
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56. Woman at the Baking Oven

Greece, acquired in 1935
Clay, 5th cent. BC
Inv. 31464
27 2015




57. Man in front of a Brazier

Tanagra (Boeotia), acquired in 1873
Clay, early 5th cent. BC
TC 6674
27 2015




58. Hairdressing Group

Tanagra (Boeotia), acquired around 1875
Clay, early 5th cent. BC
TC 6683b
27 2015




59. Hairdressing Group and Man in front of a Brazier

Tanagra (Boeotia), acquired in 1873 and around 1875
Clay, early 5th cent. BC
TC 6683b, TC 6674
27 2015




60. Head Vase: Womans Head

Vulci (Italy), acquired in 1882
Clay, 490 BC, Potter Charinos
F 2190
27 2015

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61. 4. Jewellery and Oil Container; 5.-6. Perfume Flacons

4. Athens (Greece)
Alabaster, 5th to 4th cent. BC
5.-6. Acquired in 1913 from out of the Coll. von Gans;
Glass, 5th cent. BC
27 2015




62. Standing Mirror

Tenea (Greece)
Bronze, around 490 BC
27 2015




63. Comb and Tweezers

Kerch, Olbia, acquired in 1892 - 1918
Wood, bronze, 5th to 4th cent. BC
Inv. 30858; Misc. 8379
27 2015




64. Dolls Crockery

7.-11. Dolls and Dolls Crockery, Girl with Ball
Acquired in 1874 and 1934 from the Collections Kommos and Karo
Clay, 4th cent. BC
Y 117; TC 6908; Inv. 31573v89; Inv. 31573v172; TC 6837
27 2015




65. 7.-11. Dolls and Dolls Crockery, Girl with Ball

Acquired in 1874 and 1934 from the Collections Kommos and Karo
Clay, 4th cent. BC
Y 117; TC 6908; Inv. 31573v89; Inv. 31573v172; TC 6837
27 2015




66. Doll

7.-11. Dolls and Dolls Crockery, Girl with Ball
Acquired in 1874 and 1934 from the Collections Kommos and Karo
Clay, 4th cent. BC
Y 117; TC 6908; Inv. 31573v89; Inv. 31573v172; TC 6837
27 2015




67. Dolls, Girl with Ball

7.-11. Dolls and Dolls Crockery, Girl with Ball
Acquired in 1874 and 1934 from the Collections Kommos and Karo
Clay, 4th cent. BC
Y 117; TC 6908; Inv. 31573v89; Inv. 31573v172; TC 6837
27 2015




68. Doll

7.-11. Dolls and Dolls Crockery, Girl with Ball
Acquired in 1874 and 1934 from the Collections Kommos and Karo
Clay, 4th cent. BC Y 117; TC 6908; Inv. 31573v89; Inv. 31573v172; TC 6837
27 2015




69. Dolls

7.-11. Dolls and Dolls Crockery, Girl with Ball
Acquired in 1874 and 1934 from the Collections Kommos and Karo
Clay, 4th cent. BC
Y 117; TC 6908; Inv. 31573v89; Inv. 31573v172; TC 6837
27 2015




70. Girl with Ball

7.-11. Dolls and Dolls Crockery, Girl with Ball
Acquired in 1874 and 1934 from the Collections Kommos and Karo
Clay, 4th cent. BC
Y 117; TC 6908; Inv. 31573v89; Inv. 31573v172; TC 6837
27 2015




71. Head of So-called Aspasia

From the old Royal Prussian Collection
Marble, Roman, after a model from around 470/460 BC
Aspasia was the wife of the Athenian strategos Pericles. However, it remains unclear whether the Greek original, which was the model for this copy, really represented Aspasia. The only certainty lies in the fact that this entirely non-individual head type belongs to a robed statue from the early classical period surviving in several copies
Sk 605
27 2015

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72. Head of Mourning Penelope

Acquired in 1879 from the Dressel Collection
Marble, Roman, after a model from the fifth century
27 2015




73. Mistress and Servant Bring Offering to the Tomb

Athens (Greece), acquired in 1893
Clay, 450 440 BC; Attic white-ground, Bosanquet Painter
V.I. 3291
Lekythoi for the Cult of the Dead
Lekythoi are oil flasks made of clay; the contents of which were used to anoint the dead and for funerary offerings. They were found both in and on tombs. The images on the usually white-ground painted vessels depict scenes of leave-taking, mourning and funerary rites: Decorating the tomb with ribbons, the arrangement of food and ointment vessels
27 2015




74. Woman Hands to the Mother her Naked Little Son

Pikrodafni/Attica (Greece), acquired in 1877
Clay, 460 450 BC; Attic white-ground, Achilles Painter
F 2443
Lekythoi for the Cult of the Dead
Lekythoi are oil flasks made of clay; the contents of which were used to anoint the dead and for funerary offerings. They were found both in and on tombs. The images on the usually white-ground painted vessels depict scenes of leave-taking, mourning and funerary rites: Decorating the tomb with ribbons, the arrangement of food and ointment vessels
27 2015





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