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Hercules
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1. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Temple of Hercules Victor (Temple of Hercules Olivarius).
Rome, Forum Boarium.
2. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Temple of Hercules Victor (Temple of Hercules Olivarius).
Rome, Forum Boarium.
3. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Temple of Hercules Victor (Temple of Hercules Olivarius).
Rome, Forum Boarium.
4. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Temple of Hercules Victor (detail).
Rome, Forum Boarium.
5. ARCHITECTURE. Rome.
Temple of Hercules Victor (Temple of Hercules Olivarius).
Rome, Forum Boarium.
6. CERAMICS. Greece.
Heracles comes to the aid of Prometheus.
Krater. Attic.
610 BCE.
Athens, National Archaeological Museum.
7. CERAMICS. Greece.
Struggle of Heracles against the Nemean lion. Red-figure amphora. Attic.
(Goddess Athene on the right; coachman Iolaus on the left.)

By the Exekias Painter.
Clay. Ca. 550 BCE.
Height 40.5 cm.
Berlin, State Museums.
8. CERAMICS. Greece.
Struggle of Heracles against the Nemean lion. Red-figure amphora. Attic.
(Goddess Athene on the right; coachman Iolaus on the left.)

By the Exekias Painter.
Clay. Ca. 550 BCE.
Height 40.5 cm.
Berlin, State Museums.
9. CERAMICS. Greece.
Battle of Athena and Herakles against the Lernaean Hydra.
Aryballos. Corinth.
Clay. Ca. 600—575 BCE.
Height 11.2 cm (4 3/8 in.).
Inv. No. 92.AE.4.
Los Angeles (USA), John Paul Getty Museum, The Getty Villa Malibu.
10. CERAMICS. Greece.
Struggle of Heracles with Triton.
Black-figure eye-cup (type A). Attic.
Attributed to Andokides as potter and painted in the manner of the Lysippides Painter.
Clay. Ca. 520 BCE.
Inv. No. 87.AE.22.
Los Angeles (USA), John Paul Getty Museum, The Getty Villa Malibu.
11. CERAMICS. Southern Italy.
Phiale with relief decoration—chariots.
South Italy, Calena.
Clay, glaze. 3rd cent. BCE.
Inv. No. AB 602.
Moscow, the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts.
12. CERAMICS. Greece.
Feasting Heracles. Detail.
Bilingual amphora, type A. Attic.
By the Andokides Painter.
Clay. Ca. 520—510 BCE.
Height 53.5 cm.
Munich, State Antique Collection.
13. CERAMICS. Greece.
Feasting Heracles.
Bilingual amphora, type A. Attic.
By the Andokides Painter.
Clay. Ca. 520—510 BCE.
Height 53.5 cm.
Munich, State Antique Collection.
14. CERAMICS. Magna Graecia.
Patera (libation bowel).
Greece, South Italy, Campania.
Terracotta, black glaze. 3rd cent. BCE.
Inv. No. 01.8.13.
New York, the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
15. CERAMICS. Greece.
Heracles bringing Cerberus to Eurystheus.
Caeretan hydria.
Clay. 520 BCE.
Paris, Louvre Museum.
16. CERAMICS. Greece.
Heracles strangling the Nemean lion; Iolaos, Athena, Mercurius.
Black-figure amphora. Attic.
By the “Swing Painter.”
Clay. Ca. 530 BCE.
Inv. no. Б. 1485 (St. 50, Б. 180).
Saint Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum.
17. CERAMICS. Greece.
Heracles and Nemean lion.
Black-figure amphora. Attic.
By the Munich Painter — amphora 1410.
Clay. 530—520 BCE.
Inv. No. Б. 4367.
Saint Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum.
18. CERAMICS. Greece.
Heracles and nemean lion; Heracles and Triton.
Black-figure hydria. Attic.
Manner of Antimenes Painter.
Clay. Carving, white paint. 520—500 BCE.
Inscription on the body: ΗΡΑΚΕΣ
Inv. No. Б. 1516.
Saint Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum.
19. CERAMICS. Greece.
Heracles-Theseus and the Cretan bull.
Black-figure mastoid. Attic.
Manner of the Haimon painter.
Clay. 490—480 BCE.
Inv. No. Б. 4220.
Saint Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum.
20. CERAMICS. Greece.
Heracles with a tripod.
Red-figure amphora. Attic.
By the Munich Painter 2306.
Clay. 505—500 BCE.
Inv. No. Б. 1565.
Saint Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum.
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