THE GALLERY OF ANCIENT ART

Mythology in the Art | Greek mythology | Pegasus
1. CERAMICS. Greece.
Bellerophon, Pegasus, and the Chimera.
Interior of a black-figure kylix. Lakonia.
Attributed to the Boreads Painter.
Terracotta. Ca. 570—565 BCE.
Inv. No. 85.AE.121.
Los Angeles (USA), John Paul Getty Museum, The Getty Villa Malibu.
2. SCULPTURE. Magna Graecia.
A part of frieze from the Temple С in Selinuntum.
Compact limestone of Menfi.
540—510 BCE.
Palermo, Regional Archaeological Museum.
3. SCULPTURE. Magna Graecia.
Perseus beheading Medusa in front of Athena, and the birth of Pegasus. Metopa from the Temple С in Selinuntum.
Compact limestone of Menfi.
540—510 BCE.
Palermo, Regional Archaeological Museum.
4. GLYPTICS. Rome.
“Cameo of Tiberius” (so-called “Great Cameo of France”).
Five-layered sardonyx. Ca. 23 CE.
Inv. No. Camee. 264.
Paris, National Library, Cabinet des Médailles.
5. GLYPTICS.
“Cameo of Tiberius” (so-called “Great Cameo of France”). The upper register.
Five-layered sardonyx.
Ca. 23 CE.
Inv. No. Camee. 264.
Paris, National Library, Cabinet des Médailles.
6. GLYPTICS. Rome.
“Cameo of Tiberius” (“Big cameo of France”).
Sardonyx. 37 CE.
Paris, National Library, Room of Medals.
7. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Sarcophagus with central gates, strigillated ornamentation and full-length portraits of the deceased (side panel).
Marble.
H. 1.00 m; L. 2.14 m; B. 1.06 m.
210-220 CE.
Inv. No. A 8 est.
Pisa, Camposanto Monumentale.