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Satyr & Maenad nymph | Greek vase, Athenian red figure kylix

T60.10 SATYROS & MAINAS NYMPHE

Museum Collection: Harvard University Art Museums, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Catalogue Number: Harvard 1925.30.129
Beazley Archive Number: 205158
Ware: Attic Red Figure
Shape: Kylix
Painter: Attributed to Douris
Date: ca 480 BC
Period: Late Archaic / Early Classical

SUMMARY

Tondo: A Satyros grasps a Mainas Nymphe by the arm and waist. He is shown with the usual features of his kind: horse's tail and ears, pug nose, balding head and erect member. His rhyton (drinking horn) is cast to one side. The Mainas wields a thyrsos (pine cone tipped staff).
Sides: Dionysos, Satyroi & Mainades (not shown)

ARTICLESSatyroi

 
 
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