Ancient Greek Pottery?

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The ancient Greeks had different pottery that was made uniquely and depicted anything from music to slavery, spinning, weaving, death, children, and agriculture. Sometimes, pottery such as a lekane (bowl created interestingly) depicted human sacrifices to deities like their Athena. One thing that is shown on some ancient Greek pottery is a depiction of something called a symposium. Basically, these symposiums were parties centered around celebrating with alcohol. Some ancient Greek pottery shows the story of how a woman is making an offering or sacrifice near a tomb.
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