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Elder & Younger Pan, the goat-legged gods, with winesack & pipes | Greek vase | Athenian red figure hydria

 

K22.4 THE ELDER & YOUNGER PAN

Museum Collection: British Museum, London, United Kingdom
Catalogue Number: London E228
Beazley Archive Number: 7864
Ware: Attic Red Figure
Shape: Hydria
Painter: Attributed to Kerch
Date: ca 400 - 300 BC
Period: Late Classical

SUMMARY

Detail of two Panes from a painting depicting Dionysos and his retinue of gods. The older bearded Pan carries a wineskin across his shoulders, the other, a youthful figure, plays the panpipes. Facing the pair stands the Nymphe Ekho (see other image).

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