ANCIENT ART
MYTHOLOGY IN THE ART | Greek mythology | Cassandra
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1. SCULPTURE. Etruria.
Recognition of Paris in the house of Priam.
Relief of the front of Etruscan cinerary urn.
Travertine. 2nd—1st centuries BCE.
Florence, National Archaeological Museum.
2. CERAMICS. Greece.
Cassandra and Hector. Red-figure kantharos. Attic.
By the Eretria Painter.
Clay. Ca. 425—420 BCE.
Total height 13.2 cm, diameter of rim 17.5 cm, diameter of prop 6.3 cm.
Inv. No. Ta 177009.
Gravina in Apulia (Italy), the Ettore Pomarici-Santomasi Foundation.
3. PAINTING, GRAPHIC ARTS. Rome.
Cassandra.
1st cent. BCE — 1st cent. CE.
Klagenfurt, Museum of Carinthia.
4. SCULPTURE. Etruria.
Recognition of Paris in the house of Priam.
Relief of the front of Etruscan cinerary urn.
Alabaster. 2nd century BCE.
Milan, Civic Archaeological Museum.
5. PAINTING, GRAPHIC ARTS. Rome.
Menelaus and Helen; Ajax killing Cassandra.
Fourth style. 50—79 CE.
Pompeii, House of Menander, I, 10, 4, wing.
6. PAINTING, GRAPHIC ARTS. Rome.
Trojan Horse.
Fourth style. 50—79 CE.
Pompeii, House of Menander, I, 10, 4, wing.
7. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Trojan slab (Tabula Iliaca).
Calcite. 1st century BCE.
Inv. No. 316.
Rome, Capitoline Museums, Palazzo Nuovo, Hall of the Doves.
8. SCULPTURE. Etruria.
Recognition of Paris in the house of Priam.
Relief of the front of Etruscan cinerary urn.
Alabaster. 2nd century BCE.
Inv. No. 28137.
Verona, Museum-Lapidarium of Maffei.
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