P. 282 lower (only with art)

Olympia M 77: relief from bronze tripod leg with Theseus and Amazon ?

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Illustration p. 98 (without female spectator on right) from G.E. Hatzi, The Archaeological Museum of Olympia (2008)

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Eretria, Archaeological Museum: sculptural group from west pediment of temple of Apollo, with  Theseus’ abduction of Antiope

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Plaster cast colored by V. Brinkmann, Wikimedia Commons

Eretria Museum

Photo by Shane Solow

Two possible reconstructions of pediment where the sculptural group was once located, at Ancient-Greece

View of surviving fragments of figures from pediment, at Ancient-Greece

Perseus Art & Archaeology Artifact Browser (description of late archaic temple)

London, British Museum E 41: Attic red-figure cup from Vulci with Theseus’ abduction of Antiope

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British Museum

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Beazley Archive Pottery Database

Perseus Art & Archaeology Artifact Browser

Paris, Louvre G197: Attic red-figure amphora from Vulci with Theseus’ abduction of Antiope

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A. Furtwaengler and K. Reichhold, Griechische Vasenmalerei: Auswahl hervorragender Vasenbilder (Serie II, Tafel 61-120, 1909), pl. 113

Beazley Archive Pottery Database

Perseus Art & Archaeology Artifact Browser

Louvre (view of side B reversed)

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New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art 12.198.3: Attic black-figure hydria with Theseus’ abduction of Antiope on the shoulder

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Beazley Archive Pottery Database

Metropolitan Museum (without image)

Munich, Antikensammlungen 1414: Attic black-figure amphora with Theseus’ abduction of Antiope

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Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum, Munich 1, Germany 3 (1939), pl. 49.1

Beazley Archive Pottery Database

Edited by Frances Van Keuren, Prof. Emerita, Lamar Dodd School of Art, Univ. of Georgi, July 2016.

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