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: AFINY, MIHALIS TUBIS A.E., 1995, s. 46.
© 1995 — Izdatel’stvo: MIHALIS TUBIS A.E.
RUSSIAN

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