Hestia, Zeus and Ganymede.

Painting of red-figure kylix by Oltos.
Ca. 510 BCE.

Tarquinia, National Archaeological Museum

Description:
Hestia, the goddess of family rest holding a branch with fruits, and Ganymede pouring wine to Zeus are represented.
Credits:
© Photo, text: Sofia Suli. Grecheskaya mifologiya. Per. s grech. ó Izdatelístvo: AFINY, MIHALIS TUBIS A.E., 1995, s. 47.
© 1995 ó Izdatelístvo: MIHALIS TUBIS A.E.
RUSSIAN

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