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Z12.7 DIONYSOS & SATYROS

Museum Collection: Antakya Museum, Antakya, Turkey
Catalogue Number: Antakya 861
Type: Mosaic
Context: Antioch, House of the Drunken Dionysos
Date: C4th AD
Period: Imperial Roman

SUMMARY

The drunken god Dionysos walks supported by a Satyros. He spills his cup of wine, which is lapped up by a panther cub. The god has long hair and is crowned with a wreath of ivy. The Satyr is named Skyrtos in a similar mosaic.

ARTICLES

Dionysos, Satyros

 
 
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