Battle of Aias, Aeneas, Diomedes and Hippasus for the dead body of Patroclus.

Red-figure cup. Attic.
By the Oltos Painter, by potter Euxitheus.
Clay. Ca. 510 BCE.
Diameter 38 cm.

Berlin, State Museums
(Staatliche Museen zu Berlin)

Origin:
From Vulci.
Credits:
© Photo, text: G. R. Maier. GOSUDARSTVENNYE MUZEI BERLINA. GDR. Albom.
Per. s nem. E. I. Larionovoi i E. I. Marchenko. M.: “Izobrazitel’noe iskusstvo”, 1983, kat. No. 56.
Photographer G. Murza.
RUSSIAN

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