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The Satyr Marsyas | Greek vase, Paestan red figure lekanis

T61.6 THE CONTEST OF APOLLON & MARSYAS

Museum Collection: Musée du Louvre, Paris, France
Catalogue Number: Louvre K570
Beazley Archive Number: N/A
Ware: Paestan Red Figure
Shape: Lekanis lid
Painter: Attributed to Asteas
Date: ca 360 - 340 BC
Period: Late Classical

SUMMARY

Detail of the satyros Marsyas from a painting depicting his contest with the god Apollon. He plays the double pipes, and is clothed in boots ,and animal skin cape.

ARTICLESMarsyas

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