Return of Hephaestus to Olympus
Ionic hydria.
Clay. Ca. 525 BCE.
Vienna, Museum of Art History, Collection of Classical Antiquities

Return of Hephaestus to Olympus.

Ionic hydria.
Clay. Ca. 525 BCE.

Vienna, Museum of Art History, Collection of Classical Antiquities
(Kunsthistorisches Museum)

Description:
Hephaestus is represented here with legs of an animal since he was considered the most physically underdeveloped of all gods.
Credits:
© Photo, text: Sofia Suli. Grecheskaya mifologiya. Per. s grech. — Izdatel’stvo: Athens, Mihalis Tubis A. E., 1995, s. 46.
© 1995 — Izdatel’stvo: Mihalis Tubis A. E.
Keywords: κεραμικά ceramics ceramica keramik céramique μυθολογία mythology mitologia mythologie mythologie ελληνική μυθολογία mythologia graeca greek mythology mitologia greca griechische mythologie mythologie grecque ρωμαϊκή μυθολογία mythologia romana roman mythology mitologia romana römische mythologie mythologie romaine ελλάδα grecia graecia hellas greece grecia griechenland grèce ήφαιστος ἥφαιστος hephaistos hephaestus hephaestus efesto hephaistos héphaïstos βουλκάνους volcanus vulcanus vulcan vulcano vulcanus vulcain clay hydria return of hephaestus to olympus ionic hephaistos vulcanus horse horseman rider snake serpent aulos legs animal
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