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September 15, 2004

Object List 5 of 8






 
OBJECT LIST
(page 5 of 8)
Note: Images for objects marked with ** are available on request.

 


Articulated Doll
Terracotta, H. 12.6 cm
Boiotian, Mid-fifth cent. B.C.
Princeton University Art Museum

Articulated Doll Holding Rattles
Terracotta, H. 19 cm
Attic, ca. 400-100 B.C.
Bowdoin College Art Museum

Articulated Doll
Terracotta, H. 12.3 cm
Corinthian, Classical, early 5th century B.C.
Metropolitan Museum of Art

Horse on Wheels
Terracotta, H. 20.2 cm, L. 18.9 cm.
Attic Geometric, ca. 800-750 B.C.
Zurich, Leo Mildenberg collection

Chariot Pull Toy
Wood with polychromy, H. 14.2 cm
Romano-Egyptian, 4th century A.D.
J. Paul Getty Museum

Pig Rattle
Terracotta, H. 13.2 cm
Greek, made in Centuripe, Sicily, 300-200 B.C.
J. Paul Getty Museum

Child on Pig Rattle
Terracotta, H. 12 cm, L. 10.6 cm
East Greek, 2nd-1st century B.C.
J. Paul Getty Museum

Statuette of Monkey with Baby
Terracotta, H. 9 cm
Greek (Boeotian), early 6th century B.C.
J. Paul Getty Museum

Statuette of Monkey with Baby
Terracotta, H. 8.1 cm
Greek (Boeotian), early 6th century B.C.
J. Paul Getty Museum

Statuette of a Jumping Girl
Wood, H. 16.3 cm
Greek (South Italian), ca. 300 B.C.
J. Paul Getty Museum

Kylix with Hermes and Youth Spinning Top
Terracotta, H. 9.5 cm, Diam. 30 cm
Attic red-figure, attributed to Douris, ca. 480-470 B.C.
Johns Hopkins University

Top
Terracotta, H. 9.4 cm
Boiotian, ca. 4th century B.C.
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston


Squat Lekythos with Girls Spinning Tops
Terracotta, H. 17.5 cm
Attic red-figure, ca. 440-430 B.C.
Metropolitan Museum of Art

Two Statuettes of Girls Playing Knucklebones
Terracotta, H. 11.3 and 12.8
Later Classical, 4th cent. B.C.
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Gift by contribution

Statuette of Seated Girl with Bag of Knucklebones
Terracotta, H. 13.4 cm
Hellenistic, ca. 300-250 B.C.
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

** Chous with Boys Playing Knucklebones
Terracotta, H. 17.3 cm, Diam. 13.65 cm
Attic red-figure, attributed to Group of Boston
10.190, ca. 420 B.C.
J. Paul Getty Museum

Four Knucklebones
Bone astragaloi, L. 3.1 cm; 2.7 cm; 4.6 cm; 3.0 cm
From Tel Anafa
University Museum, Columbia, Mississippi

Bronze Knucklebone
Bronze, H. 1.9 cm, L. 4.5 cm
Hellenistic, 2nd-1st century B.C.
J. Paul Getty Museum
Gift of Arthur Silver

Glass Knucklebone
Glass, L. 1.8 cm
Roman, ca. 100 B.C.-A.D. 100
J. Paul Getty Museum
Gift of Nicolas Koutoulakis

GAMES

Column-Krater Fragment with Girls on See-saw
Terracotta, Max. dimension 26.7 cm (fr. A) and 16.3 cm (fr. B)
Attic red-figure, attributed to the Leningrad Painter, ca. 470-460 B.C.
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
James Fund and Special Contribution

Lekythos with Girl and Satyr Playing Ephedrismos
Terracotta, H. 24.5 cm
Attic red-figure, attributed to the Carlsruhe Painter, ca. 470-460 B.C.
J. Paul Getty Museum

Statuette of Girls Playing Ephedrismos
Terracotta, H. 13.7 cm
Hellenistic, ca. 300 B.C.
Metropolitan Museum of Art

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