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Minoan ceramic bathtub with decorations, about 1400BC

Ceramic Bathtub, Late Minoan, Century B. Even for the elite, a bath would have been a great and occasional luxury. As with many other Minoan bathtubs, this one was probably later used as a coffin to convey the deceased across the sea.

Boiotian Tripod-Lid-Pyxis from Tanagra, about 570-560 B.C. Antikensammlung, Berlin.

Boiotian Tripod-Lid-Pyxis from Tanagra, about B.

Alabastron, terracotta perfume vase in the shape of a shoe Inscribed with the owner's name Hekataiou. 1st C. BCE Lydian (in Hellenistic Turkey)

Lydian Terracotta perfume flask in the shape of a shoe, Late Hellenistic period, century B.C This seemed like an interesting aspect of the Hellenistic period. It is interesting to know that women used perfume even back then

Red-figure Astragalos Dramatic Dance, Attributed to the Sotades Painter. Ca. 460-450 BC, Found at Aegina The British Museum, London.

Red-figure Astragalos Dramatic Dance, Attributed to the Sotades Painter. BC, Found at Aegina The British Museum, London.

A GREEK TERRACOTTA MAGENTA WARE ASKOS   HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA 2ND-1ST CENTURY B.C.   In the form of a recumbent lion, naturalistically modelled, with front paws crossed, open mouth with tongue protruding and expressive eyes

A GREEK TERRACOTTA MAGENTA WARE ASKOS HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA 2ND-1ST CENTURY B.C. In the form of a recumbent lion, naturalistically modelled, with front paws crossed, open mouth with tongue protruding and expressive eyes

"Pottery: Knidian Relief Ware askos in the form of a seated dog; red-brown semi-matt slip with overall white encrustation." - British Museum. From Knidos, Turkey ca. 1st - 2nd century CE. Roman.

"Pottery: Knidian Relief Ware askos in the form of a seated dog; red-brown semi-matt slip with overall white encrustation. From Knidos, Turkey ca.