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Z12.12 DIONYSOS & LYKOURGOS

Museum Collection: Antakya Museum, Antakya, Turkey
Catalogue Number: Antakya 844
Type: Floor Mosaic
Context: From Daphne near Antioch
Date: C4th AD
Period: Imperial Roman

SUMMARY

The impious king Lykourgos is strangled by the vine of Dionysos (usually represented as the metamorphosing nymph Ambrosia). His axe has fallen from his hand to the ground.

ARTICLESDionysos

 
 
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