Amphora Myth of Sisyphus Persephone and god Hermes Vase Ancient Greek Pottery Ceramic
handmade in Greece
Height : 26 cm / (10.24inches)
Width: 14 cm / (5.52in)
Net Weight: 1 kgr (2.2 lb)
Material: Clay - Genuine Ceramic
Our painting is based on a black figure amphora, attributed to the Acheloos Painter, which is exhibited in the Staatliche Antikensammlungen in Munich.
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: The criminal Sisyphus is condemned to push a rock up a hill in the land of the dead. Persephone sits beside of him, holding sheafs of wheat
|Material||Clay - Ceramic|
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