• Red-figured Hydria: Contest between Athena and Poseidon

    Technique:
    relief, black lacquer, gilding, painting in white, yellow, pink and green, red-figure painting
    Dimensions:
    height: 51,0 cm; diameter: 33,0 cm (body)

Red-figured Hydria: Contest between Athena and Poseidon

Created: Attica. mid-4th century BC

Found: Panticapaeum necropolis. Crimea, the environs of Kerch

Title:

Red-figured Hydria: Contest between Athena and Poseidon

Place:

Place of finding:

Archaeological site:

Panticapaeum necropolis

Material:

Technique:

relief, black lacquer, gilding, painting in white, yellow, pink and green, red-figure painting

Dimensions:

height: 51,0 cm; diameter: 33,0 cm (body)

Acquisition date:

Entered the Hermitage in 1872; transferred from the Imperial Archaeological Commission

Inventory Number:

П.1872-130

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