From an archaic Greek vase, a picture of horses and chariots.

Aryan Speaking People, Horses and Chariots

From an archaic Greek vase, a picture of horses and chariots.

"Greek Hydra, Good Style." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

Hydra

"Greek Hydra, Good Style." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

"Water jaw, <em>Hydria</em>" &mdash; The Delphian Society, 1913

Hydria

"Water jaw, Hydria" — The Delphian Society, 1913

"Water-jaw, <em>Hydria</em>." &mdash; The Delphian Society, 1913

Hydria

"Water-jaw, Hydria." — The Delphian Society, 1913

A jar used to mainly keep fragrance such as dried rose petals or incense.

Potpourri Jar

A jar used to mainly keep fragrance such as dried rose petals or incense.

I vase to store medicines.

Pharmacy Jars

I vase to store medicines.

A Greek jug from Rhodes.

Jug from Rhodes

A Greek jug from Rhodes.

"Mixing bowl, <em>Kelebe</em>." &mdash; The Delphian Society, 1913

Kelebe

"Mixing bowl, Kelebe." — The Delphian Society, 1913

This antique krater is an antique vase that was typically used for mixing water and wine.

Antique Krater

This antique krater is an antique vase that was typically used for mixing water and wine.

This Antique krater is found in Tivoli, England. Typically used for mixing water and wine.

Antique Krater

This Antique krater is found in Tivoli, England. Typically used for mixing water and wine.

This Antique krater is made out of marble. The decoration of the neck consists of figures rich in scroll ornamentation.

Antique Krater

This Antique krater is made out of marble. The decoration of the neck consists of figures rich in scroll…

The Egyptian Krater is an antique vase that has a lotus cup design. Typically used for mixing water and wine.

Egyptian Krater

The Egyptian Krater is an antique vase that has a lotus cup design. Typically used for mixing water…

This Egyptian Krater is an antique vase that was found in Thebes, Ancient Egypt during the eighteenth dynasty. Typically used for mixing water and wine.

Egyptian Krater

This Egyptian Krater is an antique vase that was found in Thebes, Ancient Egypt during the eighteenth…

This Greek krater is a type of antique vase that was typically used for mixing water and wine.

Greek Krater

This Greek krater is a type of antique vase that was typically used for mixing water and wine.

This Greek krater is a type of antique vase that was typically used for mixing water and wine.

Greek Krater

This Greek krater is a type of antique vase that was typically used for mixing water and wine.

This Greek krater has columnar handles. Its a type of antique vase that was typically used for mixing water and wine.

Greek Krater

This Greek krater has columnar handles. Its a type of antique vase that was typically used for mixing…

This Greek Krater has volute handles that spiral upwards. Its a type of antique vase that was typically used for mixing water and wine.

Greek Krater

This Greek Krater has volute handles that spiral upwards. Its a type of antique vase that was typically…

A laboratory as found in Pompeii.

Laboratory, Ancient

A laboratory as found in Pompeii.

"Greek Lecythus, Good Style. Patera, Late Style." &mdash; Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

Lecythus

"Greek Lecythus, Good Style. Patera, Late Style." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

"Oil-jar, <em>Lekythos</em>." &mdash; The Delphian Society, 1913

Lekythos

"Oil-jar, Lekythos." — The Delphian Society, 1913

"Cithara or Phorminx, from a vase in the British Museum. Best period of Greek art." &mdash;The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903

Lyre

"Cithara or Phorminx, from a vase in the British Museum. Best period of Greek art." —The Encyclopedia…

An illustration of a man standing in knee deep water filling a water pitcher.

Man Filling Pitcher in Lake

An illustration of a man standing in knee deep water filling a water pitcher.

Mexican bowl with spirals and zigzags sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Mexican Bowl

Mexican bowl with spirals and zigzags sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Mexican duck jar sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Mexican Duck Jar

Mexican duck jar sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Mexican jar.

Mexican Jar

Mexican jar.

Mexican jar with spiral design sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Mexican Jar

Mexican jar with spiral design sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Mexican jar with serpent design sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Mexican Jar

Mexican jar with serpent design sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Tusayan jar (Mexico) sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Mexican Jar

Tusayan jar (Mexico) sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

An illustration of a large Minoan vase.

Minoan Pottery

An illustration of a large Minoan vase.

"Staffordshire Minton." &mdash; Chambers, 1881

Minton

"Staffordshire Minton." — Chambers, 1881

An illustration of an ancient Roman oil vase.

Roman Oil Vase

An illustration of an ancient Roman oil vase.

"Wine-jug, <em>Oinochoe</em>" &mdash; The Delphian Society, 1913

Oinochoe

"Wine-jug, Oinochoe" — The Delphian Society, 1913

"A vessel of any material, round and plain, and having a wide mouth: a pot; a jar. The following woodcut is taken from a vase in the British Museum which was found at Canino in Etruria. The painting upon it represents the story of Medea boiling an old ram wih a view to persuade the daughters of Pelias to put him to death. The pot has a round bottom, and is supported by a tripod, under which is a large fire. the ram, restored to youth, is just in the act of leaping out of the pot. instead of being supported by a seperate tripod, the vessel was sometimes made with the feet all in one piece." &mdash; Smith, 1873

Olla

"A vessel of any material, round and plain, and having a wide mouth: a pot; a jar. The following woodcut…

Panathenaic amphorae were the large ceramic vessels that contained the oil (some 10 gallons, and 60-70 cms high) given as prizes in the Panathenaic Games. This olive oil came from the sacred grove of Athena at Akademia, the amphorae which held it had the distinctive form of tight handles, narrow neck and feet and decorated in a standard form using the black figure technique.

Panathenaic amphorae

Panathenaic amphorae were the large ceramic vessels that contained the oil (some 10 gallons, and 60-70…

"They carry everything on their heads." &mdash;Carpenter, 1902

Natives of Paraguay

"They carry everything on their heads." —Carpenter, 1902

This pedestal is designed with four figures and leaves. It is used to display a vase or small sculpture.

Pedestal

This pedestal is designed with four figures and leaves. It is used to display a vase or small sculpture.

The vase with pedestal is made out of glass.

Vase with Pedestal

The vase with pedestal is made out of glass.

"A wine jar, <em>Pelike</em>." &mdash; The Delphian Society, 1913

Pelike

"A wine jar, Pelike." — The Delphian Society, 1913

This flower pot has a floral design in the center.

Flower Pot

This flower pot has a floral design in the center.

A small vase of elegant form, resembling the oinochoe, but in general more slender with a raised handle.

Greek Pot

A small vase of elegant form, resembling the oinochoe, but in general more slender with a raised handle.

Pueblo jar with spiral design.

Pueblo Jar

Pueblo jar with spiral design.

"The story of Pygmalion and his statue is in all probability an allegory. Pygmalion was a virtuous and honorable man, who became disgusted with the vice of the women of Cyprus, and would have nothing to do with them; having brought up a ward with much care and virtue, he fell in love with her and married her." &mdash;Bulfinch, 1897

Pygmalion

"The story of Pygmalion and his statue is in all probability an allegory. Pygmalion was a virtuous and…

This razor has a blade decorated with scrolls. Its handle is designed with leaves and a vase with flowers in the center.

Razor

This razor has a blade decorated with scrolls. Its handle is designed with leaves and a vase with flowers…

"Make the little vases of large punk rosebuds; those begining to unfold are the best. Peel off the outside petals, and grasping each bud in turn near its base with the thumb and first two fingers gently work it back and forth until it is loosened and can be removed entire without damage. Stand each base on a level surface and gather spears of grass on to place in them." -Beard, 1906

Rosebud vase

"Make the little vases of large punk rosebuds; those begining to unfold are the best. Peel off the outside…

"A Sacrifice. (From a vase-painting by Polygnotus.)"

Sacrifice

"A Sacrifice. (From a vase-painting by Polygnotus.)"

This Renaissance salt-cellar is a richly designed bowl used to store salt.

Renaissance Salt-Cellar

This Renaissance salt-cellar is a richly designed bowl used to store salt.

"Greek school - from a vase painting." &mdash; The Delphian Society, 1913

Greek school

"Greek school - from a vase painting." — The Delphian Society, 1913

Two Scythians are kneeling and resting. This is one of the few existing representations of the ancient Scythians. Found on a Greek Electrum Vase.

Scythians on a Greek Vase

Two Scythians are kneeling and resting. This is one of the few existing representations of the ancient…

Two Scythians tying a rope. This is one of the few existing representations of the ancient Scythians. Found on a Greek Electrum Vase.

Scythians on a Greek Vase

Two Scythians tying a rope. This is one of the few existing representations of the ancient Scythians.…

A greek vase of Serapis, an Egyptian god in Antiquity.

Greek Vase of Serapis

A greek vase of Serapis, an Egyptian god in Antiquity.

"Greek Soldier. (From an ancient Vase.)" &mdash; Smith, 1882

Greek soldier

"Greek Soldier. (From an ancient Vase.)" — Smith, 1882

A beautiful Glass Sponge called the "Venus Flower Basket". It grows in the deep sea near the Philippine Islands.

Glass Sponge

A beautiful Glass Sponge called the "Venus Flower Basket". It grows in the deep sea near the Philippine…

"Wine-jar, <em>Stamnos</em>." &mdash; The Delphian Society, 1913

Stamnos

"Wine-jar, Stamnos." — The Delphian Society, 1913

This vase with stand is a maltese design. The stand has a simple design of leaves. The vase has a handle on each side, and a grape vine design on its center body.

Vase with Stand

This vase with stand is a maltese design. The stand has a simple design of leaves. The vase has a handle…

A prehistoric symbol found on the cover of an ancient vase at Troy.

The Swastika

A prehistoric symbol found on the cover of an ancient vase at Troy.

A simple table constructed of barrels and a wooden plank covered with boxes.

Simple barrel table

A simple table constructed of barrels and a wooden plank covered with boxes.

"Tyg with two handles, 14th century." &mdash; Chambers, 1881

Tyg

"Tyg with two handles, 14th century." — Chambers, 1881

"Tyg of Staffordshire ware." &mdash; Chambers, 1881

Tyg

"Tyg of Staffordshire ware." — Chambers, 1881

This Egyptian urn is shown here with two egyptians rubbing the urn. The urn was typically used in funeral rites as a repository for the ashes of the dead.

Egyptian Urn

This Egyptian urn is shown here with two egyptians rubbing the urn. The urn was typically used in funeral…

The German urn is a 16th century design made out of cut crystal. It is a small vase with a high foot on the bottom.

German Urn

The German urn is a 16th century design made out of cut crystal. It is a small vase with a high foot…