An Apulian red-figure Pelike, circa Fourth century B.C.. side a depicting Athena in full panoply seated at left, facing a seated youth holding a spear and shield, with foliate sprigs in the field, dotted ground side B depicting three seated female figures
An Apulian red-figure trefoil lipped oenochoe, circa 340-330 B.C., the oenochoe decorated on one side only, with the frontal panel depicting a phlyax scene of two comic actors facing one another, each wearing masks and padded tunics with tights below, with
An Apulian red-figure Pelike, circa fourth century B.C. the A side a depicting a richly dressed and ornamented dancing maenad, holding a thrysus and a large ribboned tympanum, with a sash, ivy and rosettes in the field, side B depicting a richly dressed an
A Fragmentary Hellenistic female draped figure, circa Fourth century B.C.. a standing draped figure, (upper torso, arms, and head lacking; minor losses), 7.5 cm high Provenance: ex Graham Geddes collection
A late archaic Greek terracotta head, circa Fifth century B.C.. wearing a high radiate stephane headdress, (minor losses to the nose), 8.9 cm high Provenance: ex Graham Geddes collection; ex Hamilton collection 1991
A Greek Core-formed Aryballos, circa Sixth century - 100 B.C.. of dark blue glass with encrusted surface, an everted rim above a squat spherical body with flattened base and a single thick trailed handle, 10 cm high Provenance: ex Graham Geddes collection;
Gold Ear Ornaments: Pair of Bactro-Greek gold ear ornaments, Central Asia; each of loop form with spiralled gold foil decoration and granulated gold terminals, circa 3rd-1st century BC. 26-27mm diameter, 33-34 cm long. Total weight: 11gms
A Greek Apulian red figure kylix, Southern Italy, circa 4th century BC, the tondo with painted figure of a swan encircled by laurel leaves., 5 cm high, 14.5 cm diameter. Provenance: Robyn Marshal Carter, Adelaide
A Greek Apulian red figure lekanis, Southern Italy, circa 4th century BC, the lid decorated with two painted naked females and palmette designs, the knob handle with black-painted wave motif, the twin-handled bowl flanged below the rim to accommodate the l
A Hellenistic silver coin of Alexander, the great of Macedon, c.4th-3rd century BC, posthumous issued in Asia minor, with ancient test cut, the reverse with Zeus seated holding an eagle in his right hand, ' Tetradrachm, weight 17.1 grams, 25mm note: these
Two terracotta figures representing Zeus and Gamymede, Tanagra, thebes, central Greece, circa 350BC 34 cm &. Height 35 cm. Exhibited: the William Bowmore collection, the fine Art of Giving: 90 Masterpieces, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide. Illustr
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