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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

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

Greek, Boeotian Jointed doll, ca. mid-5th century B.C. Terracotta h. 8.5 cm., l. 5.5 cm. (3 3/8 x 2 3/16 in.) l. body 8.5 cm., l. arms 5.5 cm., l. legs 4.8 cm. Museum purchase and exchange (29-183) Place made: Boeotia, Greece y1947-205

Greek, Boeotian Jointed doll, ca. mid-5th century B.C. Terracotta h. 8.5 cm., l. 5.5 cm. (3 3/8 x 2 3/16 in.) l. body 8.5 cm., l. arms 5.5 cm., l. legs 4.8 cm. Museum purchase and exchange (29-183) Place made: Boeotia, Greece y1947-205

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

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

From Ancient Rome ~ A Jointed Terracotta Female Doll Holding Castanets

Museum number 1863,0114.10  Description: Head and body of mould-made terracotta doll; red and white slip; limbs lost.  Date 5thC BC(late)  Production place Made in: Corinthia (Europe,Greece,Peloponnese,Corinthia)  Dimensions Height: 10.5 centimetres

Museum number Description: Head and body of mould-made terracotta doll; red and white slip; Date BC(late) Production place Made in: Corinthia (Europe,Greece,Peloponnese,Corinthia) Dimensions Height: centimetres

Unknown, Greek  Jointed Doll Holding a Tambourine, 4th Century BCE  On the night before a Greek girl married, she dedicated her childhood toys and dolls to a goddess, usually Artemis, the chaste goddess of the moon and the hunt.  Jointed dolls were common and were made of materials such as wood, terracotta, bone, ivory, marble and alabaster.  Their bodies were covered with white or flesh-colored slip (liquid clay) and the hair was painted red or yellow.   Memorial Art Gallery

centuriespast: “ Unknown, Greek Jointed Doll Holding a Tambourine, Century BCE Greek Recreational Artifact On the night before a Greek girl married, she dedicated her childhood toys and dolls to a.

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

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:

Museum number 1842,0728.771  Date 450BC (circa)  Dimensions Height: 5 centimetres  Production place Made in: Corinthia (Europe,Greece,Peloponnese,Corinthia)

Mould-made terracotta doll;

Greek Jointed Doll, 4th century B.C. Terracotta h. 9.9 cm., w. 3.3 cm., d. 2.3 cm. (3 7/8 x 1 5/16 x 7/8 in.) Bequest of J. Penrose Harland, Class of 1913 y1973-29 a-c

Greek Jointed Doll, century B. Terracotta h.) Bequest of J. Penrose Harland, Class of 1913 a-c

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

Terracotta figurine with articulated arms and legs [Greek, Corinthian], early century BC. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ancient Greek Marionette made of terracotta (bisqued clay)

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.

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