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Pompe, goddess of procession, & Eros | Greek vase, Attic red figure chous

K46.1 POMPE & EROS

Museum Collection: Metropolitan Museum of Art,
New York City, USA
Catalogue Number: New York 25.190
Beazley Archive Number: 503
Ware: Attic Red Figure
Shape: Chous
Painter: The Pompe Painter
Date: ca 370 - 360 BC
Period: Late Classical

SUMMARY

Pompe (Procession) clothes herself in a robe whilst Eros (Love) ties his sandle in preparation for a procession in honour of the god Dionysos. The god himself sits nearby (not shown).

ARTICLESPompe, Eros

 
 
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