T14.7 THE GODS OF DELOS
|Museum Collection||Regional Archaeological Museum Antonio Salinas, Palermo|
|Catalogue No.||Palermo 21887|
|Beazley Archive No.||220558|
|Ware||Attic Red Figure|
|Painter||In the Manner of the Pheidias Painter|
|Date||ca 420 B.C.|
Side A: The love of Aphrodite and Phaon (see other image).
Side B: The gods of Delos stand beside the sacred palm-tree of the shrine of Apollo. Leto, on the far left, wears a tiara-crown and holds a royal sceptre and palm-frond. Artemis, standing beside her, is also crowned, wears a quiver, and holds an oinochoe jug and a plate. Apollo, who is seated on a rock, wears a wreath and holds a branch of laurel. Delos-Asteria, on the far right, is similarly crowned and bears a branch.
This is a drawing of the vase rather than a photograph.