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Epinetron a pottery thigh protector that women wore

Epinetron a pottery thigh protector that women wore

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Attic red-figure epinetron (thigh-protector worn by women while weaving), artist unknown; Now in the National Archaeological Museum,.

Terracotta epinetron (leg guard used in carding wool) Akin to the Golonos Group Period: Archaic Date: ca.

Epinetron, woman with an epinetron,. Epinetron (Επίνητρον) - a pottery thigh protector that women wore ...

Detail from the decoration theme of the epinetron

Clothes washing, Louvre G547

Attic black-figure epinetron depicting Dionysus, Athena and Hermes (detail), c

A workman with tongs hasjust removed a heated piece ofiron from the forge, and holds

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Epinetron, woman with an epinetron,. Epinetron (Επίνητρον) - a pottery thigh protector that women wore ...

Greek art: epinetron by Travel Easy, via Flickr

Black-figure pottery, terracotta epinetron attributed to the Diosphos Painter, detail: scene of women weaving / De Agostini Picture Library.

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A symbol of her work for the rest of her life was the epinetron - a pottery thigh protector which she wore over her leg when roving wool (getting the wool ...

Knee protector or epinetron - source Hieropolis Museum

White-ground jug, with a woman spinning. 490 BC (attributed to the Brygos Painter). Said to be from Locri, in Italy.

Women's wear These female figures are from an epinetron, a pottery item women wore over their knees to protect clothes while weaving, 450–323BCE.

Terracotta onos (leg guard used in carding wool)

Epinetron con protome femminile. Circa 510 - 480 a.C. da Rodi (Grecia),

Woman spinning, filling a baket "Kalathos" with yarn, Pottery images

The Lion of ChaeroneaBellerophon, astride Pegasus, attacks the Chimera. Attic red-figure epinetron (thigh-protector worn by women while weaving), …

Greek loom weight with cow, century B. Eastern Mediterranean, Greek pottery loom weight with cow, 4 cm diameter.

Greek amphora handle seal, 3rd century B.C. Altar tripod. Private collection

Greek epinetron (onos) used to protect thighs and knees when spinning wool.

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Bellerophon and the Chimera, edge of an Attic red-figure epinetron (thigh- protector used by a woman when weaving), ca. 425–420 BC.

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Epinetron. The epinetron was an Attic female pottery object, not a vessel. It

Chiton Both these women from a 19th century drawing by Thomas Hope wear a chiton. The figure on the left is clearly the wealthier of the two, with her more ...

the incised surface of the epinetron, for rubbing or smoothing the wool

490 BCE, attributed to the Brygos Painter with detail of woman spinning (British Museum)

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The Lion of ChaeroneaBellerophon, astride Pegasus, attacks the Chimera. Attic red-figure epinetron (thigh-protector worn by women while weaving), …

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Greek jewelry- In ancient Greece, jewelry was worn by both men and women.

The Lion of ChaeroneaBellerophon, astride Pegasus, attacks the Chimera. Attic red-figure epinetron (thigh-protector worn by women while weaving), …

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Greek vase-painting of a woman spinning. A white-ground figure made in

The Lion of ChaeroneaBellerophon, astride Pegasus, attacks the Chimera. Attic red-figure epinetron (thigh-protector worn by women while weaving), …

Red-figured pyxis, around 430 BCE (Domestic Scene, two women in the women's quarters, one spinning, the other holding a small hand-loom.

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The Lion of ChaeroneaBellerophon, astride Pegasus, attacks the Chimera. Attic red-figure epinetron (thigh-protector worn by women while weaving), …

Epinetron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia | Epinetron or Onos | Pinterest

Terracotta lekythos (oil flask), Attributed to the Brygos Painter, Terracotta, Greek, Attic

Chi se lo poteva permettere usava un epinetron (di ceramica o di legno) per non sporcare i vestiti durante la filatura. Appoggiato su un ginocchio,…

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Woman spinning, filling a baket "Kalathos" with yarn, Pottery images

New Kingdom Faience Spindle Whorl - GF.0304 Origin: Egypt Circa: 1600 BC

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Mycenaean Vaphio Cup, c. 1500 BC

The Lion of ChaeroneaBellerophon, astride Pegasus, attacks the Chimera. Attic red-figure epinetron (thigh-protector worn by women while weaving), …

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The Lion of ChaeroneaBellerophon, astride Pegasus, attacks the Chimera. Attic red-figure epinetron (thigh-protector worn by women while weaving), …

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Terracotta kalathos (vase in the shape of a wool basket) | Greek, South

so-called “Dancers of Herculaneum”, 5 statues of women wearing ...

Woman spinning, illustration published in 1879 in "Illustrerad verldshistoria utgifven av E. volume I": A woman spinning

The pottery made in Greece between about 1000 and 300 BC has been preserved in large quantities. Most examples come from graves discovered not only in ...

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Figured decoration - Classical Greek

The Lion of ChaeroneaBellerophon, astride Pegasus, attacks the Chimera. Attic red-figure epinetron (thigh-protector worn by women while weaving), …

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Greek epinetron (full view) by Travel Easy, via Flickr 430-420 BC

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BC (Classical) Note: A pyxix, usually a cylindrical box with a separate lid. Originally mostly used by women to hold cosmetics, trinkets or jewellery.

Replicas of ancient Greek pottery and museum copies of vases for sale at It's All Greek. Buy this reproduction white-ground vase online and opposite the ...