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allmesopotamia:

The history of dice becomes fun when the Sumerians are in the picture.
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wild-souls:

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didoofcarthage:

Volute-krater with a woman seated in a shrine by the Baltimore Painter
South Italy, Apulia, c. 320 B.C.
red-figure ceramic
LACMA 
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arch-itextural:

Caryatids of the Erechtheion, Athens, Greece
antinousresurrected:

Temple of Apollo, Corinth
ignudiamore:

Amphora with Athena Pouring Wine for Herakles, and a Woman Pouring Wine for Dionysos.
Red-figure Attic Ceramic.
Attributed to the Deepdene Painter, 470 - 60 BC.
archaeologychannel:

This week’s TAC Term of the Week was CROPMARK. A CROPMARK is an archaeological site no longer visible from the ground due to plant overgrowth or farm plowing. These sites are usually more visible via aerial photography, where archaeologists can see differences in crop growth over underlying walls or pits. To learn more about cropmarks, check out this article from Wikipedia: http://bit.ly/1pfITrO
lionofchaeronea:

Heracles and Athena.  Tondo of an Attic red-figure cup by the potter Python, signed by the painter Douris; 480-470 BCE.  Found at Vulci; now in the Staatliche Antikensammlungen, Munich.
historyofworldculture:

Athenian Red-figure kalathos krater depicting Sappho and Alcaeus, 480-70 BC