Classical Antiquity

Holdings include a larger group of ceramics and sculpture from ancient Cyprus plus a small group of Attic pottery and Greek and Roman sculpture. The most significant Classical object is a Panathenaic amphora by the Berlin Painter.

Piction collections thumbnails

Cypriot
Animal Figure Jug
Middle Bronze Age (1900-1600 BCE)
12.1.21
Cypriot
Beak-mouthed Jug
Middle Bronze Age (1900-1600 BCE)
12.1.26
Cypriot
Wreathed Head of a Bearded Male
about 480-460 BCE
12.1.324
Cypriot
Cup with Long Spout
Middle Bronze Age (1900-1600 BCE)
12.1.4
Cypriot
Jug
Early Bronze Age (2700-1900 BCE)
12.1.9
possibly Roman
Red granite; or part of Pompey's pillar (possibly)
4th century
13.158.4255
probably Tarantine
Pair of Lion Head Earrings
4th century BCE
2004.2.35569
Attic
Askos
late 5th century BCE
2012.46
Attributed to the Berlin Painter, Greek, Attic, active about 505 - 460 BCE
Black-figure Panathenaic Prize Amphora depicting Athena between Columns (side a); Wrestlers and Judge...
480-470 BCE
c.959.53
Red-figure Kylix
520-500 BCE
c.970.35
Greek, Geometric period
Pyxis with lid
Geometric Period (early 8th century BCE)
c.985.15
Ram
3rd-6th century
s.2000.52
Roman, Julio-Claudian era
Head of a Young Boy
about 10 BCE- 60 CE
s.965.90.14
Roman
Relief with a Nilotic Scene
1st century BCE
s.977.201
Unidentified Roman, Early Antonine maker
Sarcophagus Fragment with Eros, Three Nereids, a Triton, a Ichthyocentaur, and a Hippocamp
about 140-160
s.977.21
Unidentified Rhodian, Greek maker
Archaic Female Protome
about 500-475 BCE
s.978.4
Greco-Roman
Herm Head of a Bearded Man
2nd century
s.993.43.2