P. 309 upper (only with art)

Berlin, Charlottenburg (Antikenmuseum) VI 3238: Campanian red-figure hydria with Andromeda and Perseus

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Fig. 78 from Louis Séchan, Études sur la tragédie grecque dans ses rapports avec la céramique (1926)

iconiclimc image 1; iconiclimc image 2; iconiclimc image 3

DMar 14 The hideous monster now drew near, and would have swallowed her: but the youth, 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

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Fig. 77 from Louis Séchan, Études sur la tragédie grecque dans ses rapports avec la céramique (1926)

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Würzburg University,  Martin von Wagner Museum 855: Apulian red-figure pelike fragment with Andromeda and Perseus

iconiclimc image and detail of Kepheus

Beazley Archive Pottery Database

Halle, University no #: fragments of Apulian red-figure amphora with Andromeda

iconiclimc, general view of fragments and detail of Andromeda

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 (stable JSTOR link)

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 (stable JSTOR link)

London, British Library Cod. Royal 13 A XI, fol. 106 v: French medieval manuscript page with Casiepia enthroned and Andromeda bound

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British Library image and information on manuscript

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