Paestan bottle with ephedrismos scene, 340 B.C. Paestan bottle red figured painted bottle from painter of Naples 1778, unpublished, attribuited by Prof. Ian MacPhee, 19.3 cm high. Ephedrismos was game where a target  on the ground is to be hit with a rock or a ball, the loser had to carry the winner, who covered the loser's eyes, on his back until he touched the target with his foot. Private collection

Paestan bottle with ephedrismos scene, 340 B.C. Paestan bottle red figured painted bottle from painter of Naples 1778, unpublished, attribuited by Prof. Ian MacPhee, 19.3 cm high. Ephedrismos was game where a target on the ground is to be hit with a rock or a ball, the loser had to carry the winner, who covered the loser's eyes, on his back until he touched the target with his foot. Private collection

Paestan bottle with ephedrismos scene, 340 B.C. Paestan vase red figured painted bottle from painter of Naples 1778, unpublished, attribuited by Prof. Ian MacPhee, 19.3 cm high. Ephedrismos was game where a target  on the ground is to be hit with a rock or a ball, the loser had to carry the winner, who covered the loser's eyes, on his back until he touched the target with his foot. Private collection

Paestan bottle with ephedrismos scene, 340 B.C. Paestan vase red figured painted bottle from painter of Naples 1778, unpublished, attribuited by Prof. Ian MacPhee, 19.3 cm high. Ephedrismos was game where a target on the ground is to be hit with a rock or a ball, the loser had to carry the winner, who covered the loser's eyes, on his back until he touched the target with his foot. Private collection

Paestan vase, Pestan bottle with ephedrismos scene, 340 B.C. Paestan vase, Paestan red figured painted bottle from painter of Naples 1778 that paint non traditional images, ephedrismos in South Italian red-figure closest parallel is amphora by the Ixion Painter, LCS 339 no. 800, on the back two female figures, unpublished, attribuited by Prof. Ian MacPhee, 19.3 cm high. Private collection

Paestan vase, Pestan bottle with ephedrismos scene, 340 B.C. Paestan vase, Paestan red figured painted bottle from painter of Naples 1778 that paint non traditional images, ephedrismos in South Italian red-figure closest parallel is amphora by the Ixion Painter, LCS 339 no. 800, on the back two female figures, unpublished, attribuited by Prof. Ian MacPhee, 19.3 cm high. Private collection

Paestan vase Paestan bottle with ephedrismos scene, 340 B.C. Paestan vase red figured painted bottle from painter of Naples 1778 that paint non traditional images, ephedrismos in South Italian red-figure closest parallel is amphora by the Ixion Painter, LCS 339 no. 800, on the back two female figures, unpublished, attribuited by Prof. Ian MacPhee, 19.3 cm high. Private collection

Paestan vase Paestan bottle with ephedrismos scene, 340 B.C. Paestan vase red figured painted bottle from painter of Naples 1778 that paint non traditional images, ephedrismos in South Italian red-figure closest parallel is amphora by the Ixion Painter, LCS 339 no. 800, on the back two female figures, unpublished, attribuited by Prof. Ian MacPhee, 19.3 cm high. Private collection

Paestan kylix, 4th century B.C. With panthers and birsds, 29 cm diamater with handles. Private collection

Paestan kylix, 4th century B.C. With panthers and birsds, 29 cm diamater with handles. Private collection

Paestan lebes gamikos, nuptial lebes, 4th century B.C. Female head appliques at the base of the handles are typical of Paestum, 47.5 cm high. Private collection

Paestan lebes gamikos, nuptial lebes, 4th century B.C. Female head appliques at the base of the handles are typical of Paestum, 47.5 cm high. Private collection

Paestan large red-figure hydria in the manner of Asteas, 350-340 B.C. Argus, the nymph, Io, and Hermes. Io is seated upon a rocky outcrop wearing a delicate peplos with embroidered edging. Upon her head is a jewelled diadem with cow horn frontlet. Her name is inscribed above her. Beneath the handles is painted the profile bust of a female wearing a sakkos and jewels, 49 cm high. Private collection

Paestan large red-figure hydria in the manner of Asteas, 350-340 B.C. Argus, the nymph, Io, and Hermes. Io is seated upon a rocky outcrop wearing a delicate peplos with embroidered edging. Upon her head is a jewelled diadem with cow horn frontlet. Her name is inscribed above her. Beneath the handles is painted the profile bust of a female wearing a sakkos and jewels, 49 cm high. Private collection

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