P. 306 (only with art)

Athens, National Museum 1291: Attic red-figure pyxis lid with Perseus and Graiai

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Fig. 34 (detail of Perseus and Graiai) from Louis Séchan, Études sur la tragédie grecque dans ses rapports avec la céramique (1926)

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Bullfinch’s Mythology

Beazley Archive Pottery Database (no image)

Delos, Archaeological Museum B7263: Attic red-figure krater fragment with Perseus and one of Graiai

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Theoi Greek Mythology

Beazley Archive Pottery Database

Metaponto, Antiquarium 20.145 (mentioned in note 13 for p. 306): Attic red-figure column krater with three elderly, blind women who may be the Graiai (Perseus fleeing with Medousa’s head is on opposite side of this vase)

Beazley Archive Pottery Database (no image)

Boston, Museum of Fine Arts 1970.237: Apulian red-figure bell krater with Perseus and Athena holding head of Medousa

Museum of Fine Arts

Theoi Greek Mythology

London, British Museum B620: Etruscan bronze mirror with Perseus and Athena holding head of Medousa

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British Museum Image of B620 and drawing

British Museum

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