Antiquities and Artifacts
The following items are kept and displayed on the shelves of the display case currently in Lady Eaton College S118.1.
- Incised burnished flask [ca. 2300 B.C.]
- Terracotta ladle [ca. 2300 B.C.]
- Painted flask [ca. 2000 B.C.]
- Oinochoe [8th or 7th century B.C.]
- Terracotta figures of a horseman and a horse [8th century B.C.]
- Kylix [8th century B.C.]
- Terracotta lamp (pinched saucer) [7th century B.C.]
- Copy of a Cretan amphora (octopus) [original ca. 1500 B.C.]
- Two aryballoi [6th century B.C.]
- Five black-glaze shapes [Classical period
- Mottled bowl [5th century B.C
- Terracotta figures of an enthroned goddess and a mother/child [Classical period]
- Terracotta figure of a standing female [Classical period]
- Red figure pyxis lid [4th century B.C.]
- Black jug, strap handle [Late Classical period]
- Miniature jug [4th century B.C
- ‘Megarian’ bowl [Hellenistic period]
- Glass vessels [1st century A.D.]
- Fragments of terra sigillata ware [1st century A.D.]
- Red-ware plate [Roman period]
- Plain ware amphora [Roman period]
- Copy of a red figure lekythos [original 5th century B.C.]
Also on display in this case contains a number of unidentified objects, as well as the following artifacts:
- A replica of the Phaistos disk.
- A replica of Early Cycladic flute-player.
- A replica of Early Cycladic female figure.
- A replica of 5th century. Cypriote head of votary.
- A replica of 5th century stone relief, the “Mourning Athene”.