Zeus and the cow Io. At Zeus' feet, the dead hundred-eyed Argos, who guarded Io, killed by Hermes. Red-figured Attic stamnos, terracotta Height: 29.8 cm, diameter: 24.5 cm. Inv.3729 Kunsthistorisches Museum, Antikensammlung, Vienna, Austria
Pottery: black-figured hydria. The Strife of Ajax and Odysseus over the arms of Achilles: Between the combatants is Agamemnon interposing to separate them. On the left is Ajax to right, nude, bearded, with drawn sword in right hand, sheath in left, confronting Odysseus, who is nude and beardless, and holds sword in left hand, sheath in right. Each of them is seized round the waist by a nude male figure, who prevents them from attacking one another. Attic Archaic Greek, 520BC (circa)
Pottery vase by National Living Treasure, Kiyoshi Hara, Japan
Stamnos attique à figures rouges, par le Peintre de Triptolème (Grèce, Vè BC) –…
Attic Red-Figure Stamnos; Harrow Painter; Athens, Greece; 470 - 460 B.C.; Terracotta; 33.2 x 29 cm (13 1/16 x 11 7/16 in.); 83.AE.325; Gift of Stefan Hornak
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San Antonio Museum of Art - Stamnos (jar) with a Cult Image of Dionysos and Two Women ca 450BC
Naples, Museo Nazionale Archeologico. Stamnos. Style: later classical, rich but not ornate. Women or maenads with thrysi and tambourines dance around a pillar idol of Dionysos, festooned with branches and set before a table holding two large stamnoi from which one maenad ladles wine into a skyphos. Date: late 5th c. The image of the god fastened to pillar suggests a festival of Dionysos. The tambourines are new and probably reflect their recent appearance in Athens with the cult of Bendis.