THE GALLERY OF ANCIENT ART

Mythology in the Art | Greek mythology | Hecate
1. SCULPTURE. Greece.
The naiskos with the figure of enthroned Kybele. (On antae is represented Hermes Kadmilos and Hecate.)
Marble votive relief. Second half of the 4th century BCE.
Berlin, State Museums, Pergamon Museum.
2. SCULPTURE. Greece.
The naiskos with the figure of enthroned Kybele. (On antae is represented Hermes Kadmilos and Hecate.)
Marble votive relief. Second half of the 4th century BCE.
Berlin, State Museums, Pergamon Museum.
3. CERAMICS. Southern Italy.
Volute-krater depicting the journey of Orpheus to the Underworld.
Red-figured volute-krater. Apulia.
Attributed to The Underworld Painter (by Trendall).
Clay. Ca. 330—310 BCE.
Munich, State Antique Collection.
4. CERAMICS. Southern Italy.
Volute-krater depicting the journey of Orpheus to the Underworld. Detail: Hermes, Heracles and Cerberus, Hecate.
Red-figured volute-krater. Apulia.
Attributed to The Underworld Painter.
Clay. Ca. 330—310 BCE.
Munich, State Antique Collection.
5. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Sarcophagus with scenes of the myth of Protesilaus and Laodamia.
Marble. Late 2nd century CE.
Naples, Santa Chiara Church.
6. SCULPTURE. Magna Graecia.
Relief with three deities. A so-called “Small metope” of the temple Y in Selinuntum.
Compact limestone of Menfi.
560—550 BCE.
Palermo, Regional Archaeological Museum.
7. CERAMICS. Greece.
Artemis-Hecate.
Red-figure lekythos. Attic.
By the Pan Painter.
Clay. Ca. 480 BCE.
Inv. No. Б. 3368.
Saint Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum.