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ピンもと:Ancient to Medieval Art

480-400 BCE – Early and High Classical Periods

Zeus (or Poseidon?), from the sea off Cape Artemision, Greece, ca. 460-450 BCE. Bronze, 6′ 10″ high. National Archaeological Museum, Athens.

"Discobolus" by Greek sculptor Myron, one of the most famous masterpieces of the classical period

Riace Warriors. These bronzes are from the early Classical Period and are a fine example of contrapposto - the statues have more realistic stances than earlier Archaic pieces. The Bronze statues were rescued from the sea off the coast of Southern Italy in 1972. (left) Bronze B - 430-420 BC. Possibly a Corinthian. (right) Bronze A - 460-450 BC. Probably an Athenian.

A recreation of the Palace of Knossos. by Harry Green

Unknown “The Hellenistic Prince” Statue of a prince or dynast without crown, traditionnally thought to be a Seleucid prince, maybe Attalus II of Pergamon. Bronze, Greek artwork of the Hellenistic era, 3rd-2nd centuries BC. |H. 2.20 m (7 ft. 2 ½ in.) | National Museum of Rome, Rome. via gibisoma

Marble stele (grave marker) of a youth and little girl with capital and finial in the form of a sphinx. Greek, Attic, Archaic, ca. 530 BC.

Close up of one of the Riace Bronzes, or Riace Warriors. Two full-body statues found buried in the sand of the Mediterranean Sea by a diver. The ancient Greek bronzes are dated at 460 - 450 B.C.

The Three Graces, Borghese Collection marble sculpture, Louvre

ca. 530-520 BCE. One of the few archaic greek bronze statutes to survive. From the last stage in the development of the Kouros that began in the early Archaic period ca. 640-580 BCE. The Piraeus Apollo is late archaic, ca. 530-480 BCE, showing detailed human anatomy almost in motion in a harmonious whole.