theancientworld:

Incense burner supported by Nike
Greek, Taras, South Italy, about 500 - 480 B.C. Terracotta and pigment
The J. Paul Getty Museum

theancientworld:

Incense burner supported by Nike

Greek, Taras, South Italy, about 500 - 480 B.C.
Terracotta and pigment

The J. Paul Getty Museum

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tagged as: #incense burner #Nike #Greece #Taras #Italy #terracotta #mythology
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