Ceramic red-figure Mixing bowl (calyx krater) depicting dueling scenes from the Trojan war. Detail. The Tyszkiewicz Painter. Greek. Late Archaic Period, c. 490–480 B.C. | The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
32 / MUV 62 / Neck amphora / Class of Perugia 124 - Sides A and B: Twin riders - Dioscuri? / 535-530 BC Classics and Archaeology Virtual Museum, The University of Melbourne http://vm.arts.unimelb.edu.au/tours/Gvases/supp/2726.099.x.jpg
Pompeii ~ Etruscan fresco from the Villa of the Mysteries ~ The finest example of a suburban villa, renowned for its size and many wall paintings, especially the dining-room. The great frieze in the dining-room is the work of a Campanian artist of the 1st century B.C. under the influence of Greek painting related to the 'mystery' cult or a wife's initiation into the mysteries of Dionysus.