Tyrrhenian and Greek amphorae
Tyrrhenian and Greek amphorae

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There first on the left is a Tyrrhenian amphora of the second quarter of the VI century a. C, attributed to the so-called "Painter of Timiades", one of the Attic artists engaged in the creation of vases for market of central Italy. The decoration presents an erotic scene and, in the lower bands, alternating panthers and ibex. There second, always from the second quarter of the sixth century a. C., is an amphora attributed to a group of potters active in Athens and depicts Hercules fighting with the giant Antaeus. On the sides two soldiers on horseback accompanied by dogs.

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