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Odysseus, the witch Circe, & the metamorphosed men | Greek vase, Pseudo-Chalcidian black figure

T35.10 ODYSSEUS & KIRKE

Private Collection: Antiquarium del Castello dell'Abbadia, Vulci, Italy (last known location)
Catalogue Number: N/A
Beazley Archive Number: N/A
Ware: Pseudo-Chalcidian Black Figure
Shape: --
Painter: --
Date: ca 520 BC
Period: Archaic

SUMMARY

Odysseus draws his sword on the witch Kirke, demanding that she restore his men to human form. Two of these stand on either side: one is depicted as a man with the head and forelegs of a boar, the other as a human faced boar.

ARTICLESKirke

 
 
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