|Komos (on Reading Museum inv. no. REDMG:1951.130.1)||3D||?|
|Attic kylix (Ure Museum inv. no. 26.12.17)||2D||?|
|Attic skyphos (Ure Museum inv. no. 27.12.10)||2D||?|
|Neoclassical gem cast (Ure Museum inv. no. 2009.8.89)||3D||?|
|Boeotian figurine (Ure Museum inv. no. 26.7.10)||2D||?|
|Apulian bell krater (Reading Museum inv. no. REDMG:1951.161.1)||2D||?|
|Attic krater (Ure Museum inv. no. 42.9.1)||2D||?|
|Corinthian skyphos (Ure Museum inv. no. 45.6.1)||3D||?|
|Protoattic tankard (Ure Museum inv. no. 54.8.1)||2D||?|
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Dance was part of almost every aspect of ancient Greek life, as it accompanied rites of passage, religious and military activity and of course music! Unsurprisingly children were educated in dance from a young age. This selection of artefacts chosen from the Ure Museum helps us think about how this education prepared the ancient Greeks for a life of dance.
See our other collection on Musical education in ancient Greece.