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Greek mythology - Dionysus with satyrs. Interior of a cup painted by the Brygos Painter, Cabinet des Médailles.

Dionysos satyrs Cdm Paris 575 - Greek mythology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A Lakonian or Spartan black-figure kylix or wine cup, c.565 BC, depicting with Bellerophon, aided by the winged horse Pegasos/Pegasus fighting the Chimaer, whose body combines a lion, snake and goat. (J Paul Getty Museum)

Wine Cup with Bellerophon Fighting the Chimaera (Getty Museum) Attributed to the Boreads Painter Greek, Lakonia, about 565 B.

Crátera de Nióbides, cara de los Nióbides. Cerámica ática de figuras rojas. Siglo V a. C. Museo de Louvre, París. Francia.

Anonymous painter known as the Niobid Painter. "Attic Red-Figure Calyx Krater known as the "Niobid Krater" *see image in Adams.

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Brigos Painter Dionysus is playing a lyre, two satyrs are dancing and beating the rhythm with their krotala. Grape vine shoots adorn the scene. Attic red-figured kylix Attributed to Brigos Painter About BC

shiningjasmin: “ shiningjasmin Painter Onesimos. Attic kylix with red figures depicting an athlete who takes water from a well. First third of the fifth century BC. Capitoline Museums, Rome, Italy. ”

Attic kylix with red figures depicting an athlete who takes water from a well. First third of the fifth century BC.

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