Achilles dragging the body of Hector Ancient Greek Ceramic Vase lekythos museum copy Louvre
Handmade in Greece
100% Hand Painted
Height : 26 cm (10.24 in)
Width: 9,5 cm (3.74 in)
Net Weight: 496 gr (1.08 lb)
Material: Genuine Ceramic
Our vase is a copy of an Attic white-ground lekythos (490 BCE) by the Diosphos Painter, exchibited in Louvre Museum.
Achilles dragging Hektor’s body behind his chariot. Notice also the winged ‘spirit’ of Patroklos flying alongside Achilles.
A lekythos is a type of Ancient Greek vessel used for storing oil , especially olive oil. The Lekythos was used for anointing dead bodies of unmarried women and many lekythoi are found in tombs.
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