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Hera, queen of the gods, & Clymene, goddess of fame | Greek vase, Athenian red figure hydria

O7.1 HERA & KLYMENE

Museum Collection: Badisches Landesmuseum, Karlsruhe, Germany
Catalogue No.: Karlsruhe 259
Beazley Archive No.: 220515
Ware: Attic Red Figure
Shape: Hydria
Painter: Name vase of the Painter of the Carlsruhe Paris
Date: ca 440 BC
Period: High Classical

SUMMARY

Detail of Hera and her attendant Klymene (Fame), from a depiction of the Judgement of Paris. Klymene's Okeanis sisters Tykhe and Nemesis are also depicted in the scene.
Zeus is seated above the pair.

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Hera, Klymene

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