Rarely Exhibited Greek Pottery Part II

Rarely Exhibited Greek Pottery Part II PosterFor nearly 3,000 years, ancient Greek artisans produced fine pottery that has been found in all corners of the Mediterranean and as far east as Central Asia. This online exhibit, in two installments, illustrates examples from the Museum’s extensive collection of Greek pottery, most of which has not been exhibited in recent history. The second installment encompasses the Archaic to the Hellenistic periods, ca. 550–30 BCE.

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