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T61.1 ARTEMIS & MARSYAS

Artemis & Marsyas | Lucanian red figure vase painting
DETAILS
Museum Collection Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Catalogue No. -
Beazley Archive No. N/A
Ware Lucanian Red Figure
Shape Skyphos, Fragment
Painter -
Date ca 400 B.C.
Period Classical

DESCRIPTION

Detail of Artemis and Marsyas from a painting depicting the satyr's contest with the god Apollo. Marsyas holds a skinning-knife and rests his elbow on a pillar inscribed with his name. He has the usual features of a satyr--pug nose and assine ears and tail. The goddess holds a pair of hunting spears and wears her hair tied back with ribbons in a ponytail.

ARTICLES

Artemis, Marsyas