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Archaic Greek Terracotta Head of a Lady, c. 5th- 4th century B.C.
Archaic Greek Terracotta Head of a Lady, c. 5th- 4th century B.C.

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Comprising a young woman with centrally-parted wavy hair and spherical earrings. The Archaic period saw developments in Greek politics, economics, international relations, warfare and culture. It laid the groundwork for the Classical period, both politically and culturally. It was in the Archaic period that the Greek alphabet developed, that the earliest surviving Greek literature was composed, that monumental sculpture and red-figure pottery began in Greece Provenance: Tom Virzi (1881-1974) collection, New York. With Galleria Serodine, Ascona (Terakotten aus Westgriechenland), Casa Serodine Ascona, 1 April 1994-23 May 1994,no. 8 and no. 13). Private collection, Switzerland, acquired from the above. Display stand included
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