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Apollo, god of music, with raven & lyre | Greek vase, Athenian red figure white-ground kylix

K5.2 APOLLON

Museum Collection: Delphi Archaeological Museum, Delphi, Greece
Catalogue Number: Delphi 8140
Beazley Archive Number: 5522
Ware: Attic Red Figure (White Ground)
Shape: Kylix B
Painter: Attributed to Euphronios or to Manner of Pistoxenos Painter
Date: ca 470 BC
Period: Classical

SUMMARY

Apollon sits on a stool strumming a lyre with one hand and pouring a libation from a cup with the other. He is crowned with a wreath of laurel leaves and is attended by a black crow or raven.

ARTICLESApollon

 
 
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