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Heracles, Athena & the Cerynitian Hind | Greek vase, Athenian black figure amphora

M22.1 HERAKLES & KERYNITIAN HIND

Museum Collection: Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio, USA
Catalogue Number: Toledo 1958.69a
Beazley Archive Number: 351252
Ware: Attic Black Figure
Shape: Pointed Amphora
Painter: Attributed toLeagros Group or Acheloos Painter
Date: ca 510 BC
Period: Late Archaic

SUMMARY

Herakles captures the Kerynitian hind, seizing it by the antlers. Beside him stands the goddess Athene in support, wearing a helm and her snake-trimmed aigis cloak.

ARTICLESElaphos Kerynitis, Athene

 
 
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