Cancel
More information
Terracotta jointed "doll", 5th century B.C., re: Greek, Corinthian, Terracotta, 12 cm | Metropolitan Museum
Find this Pin and more on sculpture Greece and Rome by marga b.
What others are saying

Many examples of such small jointed figurines have been found in tombs, sanctuaries, and terracotta factories. Their attire—a cylindrical polos (headdress) and a short tunic and shoes—seems to indicate that they are ritual dancers

Greek the world's first Barbie doll?

Terracotta jointed "doll", 5th century B.C., re: Greek, Corinthian, Terracotta, 12 cm | Metropolitan Museum

Terracotta jointed "doll", 5th century B.C., re: Greek, Corinthian, Terracotta, 12 cm | Metropolitan Museum

Terracotta jointed "doll" | Greek, Corinthian | Classical | The Met

Terracotta jointed "doll" Period: Classical Date: century B. Culture: Greek, Corinthian Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Terracottas Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1944 Accession Number:

Similar ideas

Cancel
More information
Rare Early Toy Doll - Hand Carved and Painted Wood, European, c.1780 (not American...but very nice).
What others are saying

Rare Early Toy Doll - Hand Carved and Painted Wood, European, c.1780 (not American...but very nice).

Rare Early Toy Doll - Hand Carved and Painted Wood, European, c.1780  (not American...but very nice).
Cancel
More information
Terracotta dancing doll holding castanets. 350BC (circa), even then there was jointed dolls!
Find this Pin and more on Household by Creative Mending.
What others are saying

The Greeks played with mostly clay dolls that looked like awful toothbrush people.

(circa), even then there was jointed dolls!

Posts about History on Puppet&marionette

Terracotta dancing doll holding castanets. 350BC (circa), even then there was jointed dolls!

Terracotta dancing doll holding castanets. 350BC (circa), even then there was jointed dolls!
Cancel
More information
Археология. НОВОСТИ Мира Археологии: В древности куклы делали из глины и металла - редкие фотографии
What others are saying

Greek Boeotian jointed doll, mid century B.

Greek, Boeotian Jointed doll, ca. Terracotta can a simple version of this be made with that paper clay we dont really love?

When I was three, two Greek dolls started my doll collection

A complete guide to collecting dolls, from antique to modern.

Археология. НОВОСТИ Мира Археологии: В древности куклы делали из глины и металла - редкие фотографии

Археология. НОВОСТИ Мира Археологии: В древности куклы делали из глины и металла - редкие фотографии
Cancel
More information
Museum number 1852,0707.7 / Description Mould-made terracotta doll; red and white slip. / Date 4thC BC(early) / Production place Made in: Corinthia(Europe,Greece,Peloponnese,Corinthia) / DimensionsLength: 15 centimetres
What others are saying

Legs behind head girl essay 123 456 contact Search for.

Childrens Toys and Games.

Museum number 1852,0707.7 / Description Mould-made terracotta doll; red and white slip. / Date 4thC BC(early) / Production place Made in: Corinthia(Europe,Greece,Peloponnese,Corinthia) / DimensionsLength: 15 centimetres

Cancel
More information
Greek Jointed Doll, 4th century B.C. Terracotta preserved: h. 10.2 cm., w. 3.3 cm., d. 2.6 cm. (4 x 1 5/16 x 1 in.) Bequest of J. Penrose Harland, Class of 1913 y1973-28 The information shown has not been approved by a curator.
What others are saying

Greek Jointed Doll, 4th century B.C. Terracotta preserved: h. 10.2 cm., w. 3.3 cm., d. 2.6 cm. (4 x 1 5/16 x 1 in.) Bequest of J. Penrose Harland, Class of 1913 y1973-28 The information shown has not been approved by a curator.

Greek Jointed Doll, 4th century B.C. Terracotta preserved: h. 10.2 cm., w. 3.3 cm., d. 2.6 cm. (4 x 1 5/16 x 1 in.) Bequest of J. Penrose Harland, Class of 1913 y1973-28 The information shown has not been approved by a curator.
Cancel
More information
Terracotta jointed "doll" Period: Classical Date: 5th century B.C. Culture: Greek, Corinthian Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H. 4 3/4 in. (12 cm)
Find this Pin and more on Prehistoric Art by Behrouz.
What others are saying

Terracotta jointed "doll" Period: Classical Date: century B. Culture: Greek, Corinthian Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H.

Posts about ancient greek rattles on Claire Catacouzinos

- Corinthian Rogers Fund, 1944 These figurines are too fragile to have been play things. Moreover, they are frequently found in sanctuaries where they were brought as votive gifts to the gods.

Many examples of such small jointed figurines have been found in tombs, sanctuaries, and terracotta factories. Their attire—a cylindrical polos (headdress) and a short tunic and shoes—seems to indicate that they are ritual dancers.

Terracotta jointed "doll" Period: Classical Date: 5th century B.C. Culture: Greek, Corinthian Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H. 4 3/4 in. (12 cm)

Terracotta jointed "doll"  Period: Classical Date: 5th century B.C. Culture: Greek, Corinthian Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H. 4 3/4 in. (12 cm)

Similar Ideas

Painted terracotta figure of a goddess wearing a polos headdress.  Made in Boeotia (all objects)  (Europe,Greece,Boeotia)  Place (findspot)  Excavated/Findspot Tanagra, tomb (said to be from) (all objects)  (Europe,Greece,Boeotia,Tanagra)  Date  600BC-550BC (circa)  Period/Culture  Boeotian

Painted terracotta figure of a goddess wearing a polos headdress. Made in Boeotia -Greece. Date (circa) Period/Culture Greek

A Greek Terracotta Ithyphallic Marionette of Ten Articulated Pieces.

A Greek Terracotta Ithyphallic marionette of Ten articulated pieces. Hellenistic period, c. The present figure is possibly unique in terms of its large size and its macrophallus, indicating an apotropaic function.

Terracotta doll with articulated arms seated on a chair,late classical or early hellenistic period. 4th century  BC,Greek,Attic

Terracotta doll with articulated arms seated on a chair Period: Late Classical or Early Hellenistic Date: century B. Culture: Greek, Attic Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H.

Girls' dolls.Doll from tomb at Tanagra and grave stele from Athens.425-400 B.C.(doll) and early 4th century B.C. (grave stele).Dolls were made of wax, wood, ivory but, above all, of clay and were the favourite toys of girls in antiquity.On grave stelai of girls who died young, the deceased are represented holding such a doll in the presence of their mother or the slave, the scene being set probably in the women's apartments, where the society of the time kept them.

Girls' dolls.Doll from tomb at Tanagra and grave stele from Athens.425-400 B.C.(doll) and early 4th century B.C. (grave stele).Dolls were made of wax, wood, ivory but, above all, of clay and were the favourite toys of girls in antiquity.On grave stelai of girls who died young, the deceased are represented holding such a doll in the presence of their mother or the slave, the scene being set probably in the women's apartments, where the society of the time kept them.

Museum number 1864,1007.1307 /  Description Mould-made terracotta doll; polychrome slip decoration. /  Culture/period Corinthian term details Date450BC (circa) /  Production place Made in: Corinth(Europe,Greece,Peloponnese,Corinthia,Corinth) / Dimensions Height: 12.3 centimetres

Museum number / Description Mould-made terracotta doll; / Culture/period Corinthian term details (circa) / Production place Made in: Corinth(Europe,Greece,Peloponnese,Corinthia,Corinth) / Dimensions Height: centimetres

Figurine of a goddessNear Eastern, Anatolian, Early Bronze Age, 2500–2300 B.C. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Female Figurine Holding her Breasts (goddess), Anatolia ancient Turkey, cold hammered silver with gold inlays in the eyes, ears and breasts, and gold leaf boots. No find spot.

Terracotta horse and rider, ca. 750–600 B.C. Cypriot. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Terracotta horse and rider Period: Cypro-Archaic I Date: ca. hand-made Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Terracottas Credit Line: The Cesnola Collection, Purchased by subscription,

This finely carved ivory doll with moveable arms and legs was found in the grave of a girl approximately five years of age in Tarragona, Spain, a port city south of Barcelona. It dates to the 3rd or 4th century CE. The unusual presence of the doll may indicate that the child was especially dear to her family, or very attached to the doll in life. Museu Nacional Arquelogic de Tarragona (Spain)

This finely carved ivory doll with moveable arms and legs was found in the grave of a girl approximately five years of age in Tarragona, Spain, a port city south of Barcelona. It dates to the or century CE.

Pinterest
Search

Unlimited free access to the world's best ideas

Sign up to see more

OR

By continuing, you agree to Pinterest's Terms of Service, Privacy Policy
Pinterest helps you find ideas to try.