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Athena, Marsyas & the flute | Greek vase, Athenian red figure chous

T61.4 ATHENE & MARSYAS

Museum Collection:  Antikensammlung, Berlin, Germany
Catalogue Number: Berlin F2418
Beazley Archive Number: 6982
Ware: Attic Red Figure
Shape: Chous
Painter: Attributed to Codrus Painter
Date: --
Period: Classical

SUMMARY

The satyr Marsyas retreives the double-flute discarded by the goddess Athene. He is shown with the horse's tail and ears typical of his kind.

ARTICLESMarsyas, Athena

 
 
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