Trivium Art HistoryTimeline of Art

Ritual grain server (Gui)

1000 BCE-900 BCE

Harness Trapping in the Shape of a Horse

900 BCE

Canopic Jars

900 BCE

Iron Axe Head

900 BCE

Avanton Gold Cone

1000 BCE-900 BCE

Berlin Gold Hat

1000 BCE-800 BCE

The Oldest Love Poem

800 BCE

The Iliad

800 BCE

The Odyssey

800 BCE

Hut Urn

800 BCE

Master-of-Animals Standard

800 BCE

Circular “pilgrim” Flask

750 BCE

The Gilgamesh Flood Tablet

700 BCE

Pair of Hands

700 BCE

Bronze Basin

700 BCE

Gold Pectoral

675 BCE

Large Wall Fibula

675 BCE

Ram's-head Amulet

712 BCE-664 BCE

Kushite priest wearing leopard's head

712 BCE-664 BCE

Isis Nursing Horus

663 BCE

Falcon of Horus

663 BCE

Pyxis and Lid with Sphinx-Shaped Handle

650 BCE

Isis and Horus

640 BCE

Chogha Zanbil

1250 BCE-640 BCE

Canopic Urn

600 BCE

Man takes his law from the Earth; the Earth takes its law from Heaven; Heaven takes its law from the Tao.

Tao Te Ching

600 BCE

Phoenician-style ewer

600 BCE

Bronze Etruscan Woman

600 BCE

Moschophoros (calf-bearer)

560 BCE

Greek Drinking Vessel

550 BCE

Sphinx of Agost

550 BCE

Vix Krater

530 BCE

Hochdorf Chieftain’s Grave

530 BCE

Peplos Kore

530 BCE

Apollo of Veii

550 BCE-520 BCE

Bronze Statuette of a Bull

500 BCE

Bicha of Balazote

500 BCE

Mars de Todi

500 BCE

Warrior of Capestrano

500 BCE

Etruscan Mirror

500 BCE

Lady of Elche

499 BCE

Tetradrachm

499 BCE

Temple of Poseidon

444 BCE

Wonders are many, and none is more wonderful than man

Antigone, by Sophocles

442 BCE

Parthenon

447 BCE-432 BCE

Terracotta column-krater

430 BCE

A stormy sea of wrong and ruining.

Prometheus Bound, by Aeschylus

430 BCE

Show me the man whose happiness was anything more than illusion, followed by disillusion.

Oedipus Rex, by Sophocles

429 BCE

Temple of Segesta

420 BCE

Erechtheion

421 BCE-406 BCE

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