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Benesh dance notation

Benesh dance notation

Foliões dionisíacos, pintura em vaso grego                                                                                                                                                                                 Mais

Foliões dionisíacos, pintura em vaso grego Mais

Satyros Louvre MNE961

Satyros Louvre MNE961

Snake goddess (c. 1500 BC) earthenware – from the Palace of Knossos Iráklion, Archeological Museum Plazy, History of Art in Pictures, p. 3...

Snake goddess (c. 1500 BC) earthenware – from the Palace of Knossos Iráklion, Archeological Museum Plazy, History of Art in Pictures, p. 3...

Tebenna!

Tebenna!

Terracotta pelike (wine jar)  Attributed to the Acheloös Painter   Period: Archaic Date: ca. 510 B.C. Culture: Greek, Attic Medium: Terracotta

Terracotta pelike (wine jar) Attributed to the Acheloös Painter Period: Archaic Date: ca. 510 B.C. Culture: Greek, Attic Medium: Terracotta

Minoan Cretan Princess Entourage Fresco from Palace of Knossos

Minoan Cretan Princess Entourage Fresco from Palace of Knossos

Dancers and a harpist on an Etruscan fresco from Tarquinia, Italy. This fresco was found on the wall of a tomb and dates from c. 465 BC. Tarquinia was a principal city of the Etruscan people, who inhabited parts of modern day Tuscany and Umbria from the 8th to the 2nd centuries BC.(Image © Billie Love)

Dancers and a harpist on an Etruscan fresco from Tarquinia, Italy. This fresco was found on the wall of a tomb and dates from c. 465 BC. Tarquinia was a principal city of the Etruscan people, who inhabited parts of modern day Tuscany and Umbria from the 8th to the 2nd centuries BC.(Image © Billie Love)

Dancers, Tomb of the Bacchants, Tarquinia, ~510 B.C.

Dancers, Tomb of the Bacchants, Tarquinia, ~510 B.C.

Italy, Latium region, Viterbo province, Tarquinia, Etruscan necropolis, tomb of the Triclinium, detail of fresco depicting a dancer. 5th century b.C. Artwork-location: Tarquinia, Museo Archeologico (Archaeological Museum)

Italy, Latium region, Viterbo province, Tarquinia, Etruscan necropolis, tomb of the Triclinium, detail of fresco depicting a dancer. 5th century b.C. Artwork-location: Tarquinia, Museo Archeologico (Archaeological Museum)