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Bendis, Thracian goddess of hunting, & Themis | Greek vase, Athenian red figure skyphos

K45.1 BENDIS & THEMIS

Museum Collection: Eberhard-Karls Universität, Tübingen, Germany
Catalogue Number: Tübingen S101347
Beazley Archive Number: 214330
Ware: Attic Red Figure
Shape: Skyphos
Painter: Attributed to the Phiale Painter
Date: --
Period: Classical

SUMMARY

Side A: The Thracian goddess Bendis, stands facing Themis. She is depicted as a huntress, armed with hunting spears, and wearing a short skirt, boots, deer-skin cloak, and fox-skin cap. Themis holds a torch and tray.
Side B: Artemis & Kephalos (not shown).

ARTICLESBendis, Themis

 
 
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