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R47.2 MEDOUSA & PERSEUS

Museum Collection: Museé du Louvre, Paris, France
Catalogue No.: Louvre Ca795
Class: Bas relief
Material: Ceramic
Context: Neck of pithos jar
Style: Cycladic
Date: --
Period: Cycladic

SUMMARY

Perseus beheads the Gorgon Medousa with a sword, his gaze turned away. The monster is depicted as female centaur.

ARTICLES

Perseus, Medousa

 
 
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