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Chariot

Works of Art (48)

Amorini Celebrate the Rape of Proserpina, 1805–12, Francesco Rosaspina (Italian), after an oil painting by Francesco Albani (Italian), Engraving and etching (45.78.123)
Base of a beaker, Late Imperial, 3rd century A.D., Roman, Glass, gold (28.57.24)
Bow-shaped fitting, 13th–10th century B.C., Northwest China, Bronze (26.203.2)
Chariot cup, Three Kingdoms period, Gaya Federation, 5th century, Korea, Stoneware with traces of incidental ash glaze (1997.34.2)
Chariot krater, ca. 1400–1370 B.C.; Late Helladic IIIA, Helladic (Mycenaean), Terracotta (74.51.964)
Chariot Mount with Three Figures, 300–500, Late Roman or Byzantine; Probably made in Gaul, Copper alloy (47.100.42)
Chariot Trappings, 200–400, Provincial Roman, perhaps Thrace, Copper alloy with champlevé enamel (2000.505a-o)
Chariot, ca. 550–525 B.C., Etruscan, Bronze, ivory (03.23.1)
Endymion sarcophagus, Mid-Imperial, Severan, early 3rd century A.D., Roman, Marble (47.100.4)
Engraved beaker with charioteer, 4th century A.D., Roman, eastern Mediterranean; Said to be from Egypt, Glass (59.11.14)
The Fall of Phaeton, third quarter of 19th century, Adolphe David (French), Onyx (40.20.12)
The Fall of Phaeton: From the series The Metamorphoses, ca. 1588, Anonymous engraver, after Hendrick Goltzius (Netherlandish), Engraving (49.97.662)
The Fall of Phaeton: From the series The Metamorphoses, ca. 1588, Hendrick Goltzius (Netherlandish), Pen and red-brown ink, brush and brown wash, heightened with white, indented for transfer (1992.376)
Funerary plaque, ca. 520–510 B.C.; Archaic, black-figure, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (54.11.5)
Gladiator cup, ca. 50–80 A.D.; Neronian–Early Flavianic, Roman; Found at Montagnole, southern France, Glass (81.10.245)
Intaglio with Winged Nike in a chariot drawn by two serpents, 1st century B.C.–3rd century A.D., Roman, Late Republican or Imperial, Carnelian (81.6.102)
Isfandiyar's Third Course: He Slays a Dragon: Folio from the Shahnama (Book of Kings) of Shah Tahmasp, Safavid period (1501–1722), ca. 1530, Attributed to Qasim, ibn 'Ali (active ca. 1525–60), Iran, Tabriz, Watercolor, ink, silver, and gold on paper (1970.301.51)
Krater, ca. 750–700 B.C.; Geometric, Attributed to the Hirschfeld Workshop, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (14.130.14)
Kylix, ca. 540–530 B.C.; black-figure, Attributed to the Amasis Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (1989.281.62)
Large cista, mid-4th century B.C., Italic, Bronze (22.84.1)
Lekythos (oil flask), ca. 470–460 B.C.; Classical; White ground with red-figure, Attributed to the Painter of the Yale Lekythos, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (07.286.44)
Louis XIV as Apollo, 1672, Michel Molart (French), Bronze (25.142.61)
Marble sarcophagus with garlands and the myth of Theseus and Ariadne, ca. 130–150 A.D., Roman, Hadrianic or early Antonine, Marble, Luni and Pentelic (90.12a,b)
Medallion, mid-Imperial, late 2nd–early 3rd century A.D., Roman, Terracotta; Rhône valley ware (17.194.2125)
Mount, 100–300, Roman; Probably made in Gaul, Copper alloy with champlevé enamel (47.100.6)
Mycenaean chariot krater, first half of 13th century B.C.; Late Helladic IIIB:1, Mycenaean; Found on Cyprus, Terracotta (74.51.966)
Naval Battle between Trojans and Greeks, 1538, Giovanni Battista Scultori (Italian, Mantuan), Engraving printed in brown ink (53.600.996)fi
Neck amphora, fourth quarter of 8th century B.C.; Late Geometric, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (10.210.7)
Neck-amphora, ca. 540 B.C.; Archaic; black-figure, Attributed to Exekias, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (27.16)
Orthostat relief: hunting scene, 850–830 B.C.; Neo-Hittite period, Excavated at south wall of Temple Palace, Tell Halaf, northern Syria, Basalt (43.135.2)
Panel with the Triumph of Dionysos, Early Byzantine, 4th century, Egypt; said to be from Panopolis (Akhmim), Undyed linen and purple wool; tapestry woven (90.5.873)
Plaque fragment inscribed with the Urartian royal name Argishti (probably Argishti II), 8th–7th century B.C., Eastern Anatolia or Northwestern Iran, Urartian, Bronze (1976.5)
Predica del arte del ben morire (Sermon on the Art of Dying Well): Title page (signature a1), Author: Girolamo Savonarola, [Florence: Ant. Tubini, shortly after 1500], 4th ed., Book with printed text and four woodcut illustrations (25.30.95)
Pyxis with the Triumph of Dionysos in India, mid-500s, Byzantine; Possibly made in Syria, said to have been found in Rome, Ivory (17.190.56)
The Rape of Proserpina, Giuseppe Scolari (Italian, Vicenzan), Woodcut (22.73.3[152])
Roundel with mock Triumph of Love, ca. 1510–20, Perhaps Castel Durante or elsewhere in the Marches, Tin-glazed earthenware (maiolica) (1975.1.1025)
Sarcophagus lid, 6th century B.C., Klazomenian, Terracotta (21.169.1)
Sarcophagus, ca. 475–460 B.C.; Classical, Cypriot; Said to be from the necropolis at Golgoi, Limestone (74.51.2451)
Sarcophagus, second quarter of 5th century B.C.; Archaic, Cypriot, Limestone (74.51.2453)
Situla (bucket), ca. 360–340 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Lycurgus Painter (active ca. 350 B.C.), Greek, South Italian, Apulian, Terracotta (56.171.64)
Stamnos (Jar), late 6th century B.C., Attributed to the Painter of London B 343, Greek, Archaic, Attic, black-figure, Terracotta (2011.233)
Statuette of Cybele on a cart drawn by lions, Imperial, second half of 2nd century A.D., Roman, Bronze (97.22.24),
Terracotta hydria: kalpis (water jar), ca. 510 B.C.; Archaic, red-figure, Greek, Attic (56.171.31)
Terret (Rein Guide), 1st century A.D., Celtic; Britain, Copper alloy, with champlevé enamel (1988.79)
The Triumph of Aemilius Paulus, 1789, Carle (Antoine Charles Horace) Vernet (French), Oil on canvas (06.144)
The Triumph of Love, ca. 1485–90, Francesco Rosselli (Italian, Florentine), Engraving (25.2.33)
Two chariot yoke ornaments in the shape of does, 5th–4th century B.C., North China, Bronze (1985.214.88-89)
Venus Entrusting an Infant to Time, ca. 1758, Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo (Italian, Venetian), after Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (Italian, Venetian), Etching (57.619.5)

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