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Hades & Persephone, enthroned in the underworld | Greek vase, Apulian red figure volute krater

K14.1 THE PALACE OF HAIDES

Museum Collection: Antikensammlungen,
Munich, Germany
Catalogue Number: Munich 3297
Beazley Archive Number: N/A
Ware: Apulian Red Figure
Shape: Volute krater
Painter: Name vase Underworld Painter
Date: ca 330 - 310 BC
Period: Late Classical / Early Hellenistic

SUMMARY

Detail of the palace of Haides from a painting depicting Orpheus' journey to the Underworld. Haides sits enthroned in the palace beside a standing Persephone, who holds a four-headed Eleusinian torch.

ARTICLES

Haides, Persephone

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