Z36.4 RIVER-GOD LADON & NAIAD PSANIS
|Museum Collection||Hatay Archaeology Museum, Antakya|
|Catalogue No.||Antakya 1015|
|Context||Daphne near Antioch, House of Menander|
|Date||ca 250 - 275 A.D.|
The Arcadian river-god Ladon reclines beside the Naiad Psanis. The god is crowned with reeds and holds a cornucopia (horn of plenty) in his hand. The nymph rests her arm upon an upturned, golden water-pitcher spilling water.