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Z5.3 APOLLON & MARSYAS

Museum Collection: Kato Paphos Archaeological Park, Kato Paphos, Cyprus
Catalogue Number: TBA
Type: Floor Mosaic
Context: Paphos, House of Apollo
Date: C3rd AD
Period: Imperial Roman

SUMMARY

Two Mainades, one named Kythai, arrest the horse-eared Satyr Marsyas, in preparation for his flaggelation. The satry wears a leopard skin cloak. Apollon is seated, crowned with a shining halo and a wreath of laurel. He has for attributes a laurel branch and lyre. Beside him stands a female attendant named Paane. The youth Daympos, wearing a Phrygian cap, appears to plead for the Satyr.

ARTICLESApollon, Marsyas

 
 
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