Red figured Amphora

Red figured Amphora

Exact museum reproduction of a fine ancient Greek red figured Amphora. (more information on Red figure pottery...)

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This amphora features a young (Hector) arming with the help of his parents (Hekabe and Priam). The youthful mother holds the spear and the helmet and in front of her is the shield, leaning against nothing, while the old father stands well wrapped up, giving good advice with raised forefinger. The young man is carefully adjusting his armor.The reverse side shows the naked figures of three revellers in lively motion.End of the 6th cent. B.C. Munich Museum, Germany.

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Ceramic & hand painted
32 cm (13 in.)

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