THE GALLERY OF ANCIENT ART

Mythology in the Art | Greek mythology | Iphigenia
1. PAINTING, GRAPHICS. Rome.
Wall painting in room 30 (diaeta) adjoining the large portico.
Mid-1st century CE.
Castellammare di Stabia, Villa San Marco, Room 30.
2. PAINTING, GRAPHICS. Rome.
Iphigenia with the Palladium.
Fresco in room 30 (diaeta) adjoining the large portico.
Mid-1st century CE.
Castellammare di Stabia, Villa San Marco, Room 30.
3. SCULPTURE. Etruria.
Etruscan cinerary urn “Orestes and Pylades in Tauris”. A lid with a figure of a reclining man (non pertaining to the urn).
Alabaster.
Volterra, 3rd—1st cent. BCE.
Florence, National Archaeological Museum.
4. SCULPTURE. Etruria.
Front relief of an etruscan cinerary urn “Orestes and Pylades in Tauris”.
Alabaster.
Volterra, 3rd—1st cent. BCE.
Inv. No. 98.
Florence, National Archaeological Museum.
5. PAINTING, GRAPHICS. Rome.
Iphigenia.
Third style. 1st century BCE — 1st century CE.
Klagenfurt, Museum of Carinthia.
6. CERAMICS. Southern Italy.
Slaughter of Iphigenia.
Red-figured volute krater. Apulia.
Ca. 370—350 BCE.
Attributed to a painter close to the Iliupersis Painter (the sack of Troy).
Inv. No. 1865,0103.21.
London, British Museum.
7. PAINTING, GRAPHICS. Rome.
The Sacrifice of Iphigenia.
Inv. No. 9112.
Naples, National Archaeological Museum.
8. PAINTING, GRAPHICS. Rome.
The Sacrifice of Iphigenia.
Fresco from Pompei.
Inv. No. 9112.
Naples, National Archaeological Museum.
9. PAINTING, GRAPHICS. Rome.
Iphigenia in Tauris.
Fresco from Pompeii (House of L. Caecilius Jucundus, V. 1. 26).
Third style. 35—45 CE.
Inv. No. 111439.
Naples, National Archaeological Museum, Hall LXXI.
10. PAINTING, GRAPHICS. Rome.
Sacrifice of Iphigenia.
Fresco from Pompeii (House of the Tragic Poet).
Inv. No. 9112.
Naples, National Archaeological Museum, Hall LXXVIII.
11. PAINTING, GRAPHICS. Rome.
Sacrifice of Iphigenia.
Fresco from Pompeii (House of the Tragic Poet).
Inv. No. 9112.
Naples, National Archaeological Museum, Hall LXXVIII.
12. SCULPTURE. Etruria.
Cinerary urn of Larth Cai Cnares with a scene of the sacrifice of Iphigenia.
Travertine. 2nd—1st centuries BCE.
Inv. No. Com. 46.
Perugia, National Archaeological Museum of Umbria.