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Scylla, the monster sea-goddess | Greek vase, Apulian red figure

P27.3 SKYLLA

Museum Collection: TBA
Catalogue Number: TBA
Beazley Archive Number: N/A
Ware: (Apulian?) Red Figure
Shape: Fragment
Painter: --
Date: --
Period: Late Classical

SUMMARY

Skylla swims through the sea surrounded by various sea creatures: a dolphin, fish, and octopus. She is depicted as a sea-goddess with a serpentine fish-tail in place of legs, and waist ringed by the fore-parts of several dogs.

ARTICLESSkylla

 
 
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