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Z36.4 RIVER LADON & NAIAS PSANIS

Museum Collection: Antakya Museum, Antakya, Turkey
Catalogue Number: Antakya 1015
Type: Mosaic
Context: Daphne near Antioch, House of Menander
Date: ca 250 - 275 AD
Period: Imperial Roman

SUMMARY

The Arkadian River-god Ladon reclines opposite the Naias Nymphe of the spring Psanis. The god is crowned with reeds, and holds a cornucopia (horn of plenty) and the nymph an upturned water jug.

ARTICLESLadon, Potamoi, Naiades

 
 
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