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Maruja Mallo (leer el artículo interesante en   http://misiglo.wordpress.com/2010/02/01/maruja-mallo-y-el-sinsombrerismo/

Maruja Mallo (leer el artículo interesante en http://misiglo.wordpress.com/2010/02/01/maruja-mallo-y-el-sinsombrerismo/

Hephaestus hands in the new Achilles' armor to Thetis (Iliad, XVIII, 617). Attic red-figure Kylix, 490–480 BC. Greece. Altes Museum

The interior image (or tondo) of the cup has a direct connection with metalwork. It depicts Hephaistos, the god of crafts, including smiths, handing the goddess Thetis armour and weaponry for her son Achilles.

Ancient Greek Pots. Athens Museum

From a Mycenaean Greek cemetery at Prosymna, Argos, grave c. 1500 BCE Ancient Greek pottery in the National Archaeological Museum in Athens.

Ancient Greek Pots. Athens Museum

From a Mycenaean Greek cemetery at Prosymna, Argos, grave c. 1500 BCE Ancient Greek pottery in the National Archaeological Museum in Athens.

Etruscan black-figure amphora   c.550BC

Black-figure amphora clay Greek (Attic) Archaic period BC Attributed to the Leagros Group

1st century A.D. --- A Fayum portrait of a little girl from Hawara, Egypt. The mummy of the little girl was found with the mummy of Demos, who may have been the child's mother. --- Image by © Sandro Vannini/Corbis

A Fayum portrait of a little girl from Hawara, Egypt ~ Century BC ~ Discovered with the mummy of Demos, who may have been the child's mother ~ © Sandro Vannini