Odysseus & Sirens Stamnos Ancient Greek Ceramic Vase Pottery Copy 480 BCE
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Height : 21 cm (8.27in)
width: 21 cm (8.27in)
Net Weight: 1,1 kgr (2.43 lb)
Material: : Genuine Ceramic
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Our vase is a copy (in smaller scale) of the famous ancient Greek vessel (stamnos) known as «Odysseus and the Sirens» which is exhibited in the British Museum in London.
In this stamnos, a large jar used to store liquids, Odysseus is tied to the mast of his ship as his companions row and the Sirens swoop around him, singing their beguiling song. Here, the Sirens are represented as birds with female heads who have presumably flown from their island to meet the passing ship, though there is no such description in Homer. On the back side three eros flying.
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