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Object Number: 94-27-32
Current Location: Greece Gallery
Currently On Display
Culture:Greek
Provenience: Mediterranean
Manufacture Location: Selinus
Date Made: 467-445 BC
Early Date: -467
Late Date: -445
Section:Mediterranean
Materials:Silver
Iconography:Quadriga
River God
Apollo
Artemis
Silenus
Sacrifice
Outside Diameter:2.8cm
Credit Line:Gift of L. Daniel Dannenbaum, 1994

Description

Quadriga drven left by Apollo and Artemis stading side by side-Apollo discharging an arrow from his bow, Artemis holds the reins; Archaic figure of river god Selinos, naked, striding left holding a phiale over altar in front of which stands sacrificial cock at left, in left hand he holds a lustral branch, a bull stands behind at left on pedestal, Selinon leaf above.


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Ancient Greek World (08 May 1994)View Objects in Exhibition

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