Attic red-figure epinetron. A. The bride Alcestis on the Epaulia (day after the wedding), with Theo, Charis, Theano, Asterope and Hippolyte. B. The bride Harmonia with Aphrodite, Eros, Peitho, Kore, Hebe and Himeros. On the front of the epinetron is a depiction of Peleus wrestling with Thetis and a protome of the goddess Aphrodite. From Eretria. By the Eretria Painter. 430-420 BC. Credit: National Archaeological Museum.
Artifacts from Euboea in the National Archaeological Museum at Athens
Friday, February 27, 2015
Dr. Maria Chidiroglou, archaeologist at the National Archaeological Museum at Athens, will give a lecture titled: Artifacts from Euboea in the National Archaeological Museum at Athens: An Exploration of the Early Excavation Finds Per Context.
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Refreshments will be served following the lecture