Greek Pottery Ornaments

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Mark Cartwright
by Ori Keren
published on 04 July 2013
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Ten of the most common decorative ornaments used in ancient Greek pottery. These were used principally on the outer edges of the pottery wares and also on the neck, foot and around handles.

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Keren, O. (2013, July 04). Greek Pottery Ornaments. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/1348/greek-pottery-ornaments/

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