Berlin, Charlottenburg (Antikenmuseum) VI 3238: Campanian red-figure hydria with Andromeda and Perseus
Fig. 78 from Louis Séchan, Études sur la tragédie grecque dans ses rapports avec la céramique (1926)
The hideous monster now drew near, and would have swallowed her [Andromeda]: but the youth [Perseus], hovering above, smote him with the drawn scimetar in his right hand, and with his left uncovered the petrifying Gorgon’s head: in one moment the monster was lifeless; all of him that had met that gaze was turned to stone (original Greek).
Naples, Museo Nazionale Stg 708: Apulian red-figure pelike with Andromeda and Perseus
Fig. 77 from Louis Séchan, Études sur la tragédie grecque dans ses rapports avec la céramique (1926)
Würzburg University, Martin von Wagner Museum 855: Apulian red-figure pelike fragment with Andromeda and Perseus
Halle, University no #: fragments of Apulian red-figure amphora with Andromeda
Pseudo-Eratosthenes, Katast (Katasterismoi) 16 (Kassiepeia) = Mythographi Graeci vol. 3.1, ed. A. Olivieri (1897), p. 20.
Matera, Museo Ridola 12538: Apulian red-figure calyx krater with Andromeda and Perseus
K.M. Phillips, “Perseus and Andromeda,” American Journal of Archaeology 72.1 (1968) Pl. 10, Fig. 27 (available through JSTOR)
Bari, Museo Archeologico 1016: Apulian oinochoe with Kassiepeia (or Andromeda) and Perseus
C. Mataloni, “10: Perseo e Andromeda“, from Iconos: Le Metamorfosi d’Ovidio (Sapienza University of Rome)
K.M. Phillips, “Perseus and Andromeda,” American Journal of Archaeology 72.1 (1968) Pl. 13, Figs. 38-40 (available through JSTOR)
London, British Library Cod. Royal 13 A XI, fol. 106 v: French medieval manuscript page with Casiepia enthroned and Andromeda bound