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1925,1008.1

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  • 'Scylla' bowl; bronze; engraved; mythological scenes in medallions; surrounding inscriptions; modern inscription on base; Scylla cuts off the hair of her father Nisus, upon which his life depends, to gain favour of her lover Minos; medallions with scenes of legends of Orpheus and Eurydice, Ganymede, Ceres, and Triptolemus.

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  • 'Scylla' bowl; bronze; engraved; mythological scenes in medallions; surrounding inscriptions; modern inscription on base; Scylla cuts off the hair of her father Nisus, upon which his life depends, to gain favour of her lover Minos; medallions with scenes of legends of Orpheus and Eurydice, Ganymede, Ceres, and Triptolemus.

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  • 'Scylla' bowl; bronze; engraved; mythological scenes in medallions; surrounding inscriptions; modern inscription on base; Scylla cuts off the hair of her father Nisus, upon which his life depends, to gain favour of her lover Minos; medallions with scenes

    Full: Front

  • 'Scylla' bowl; bronze; engraved; mythological scenes in medallions; surrounding inscriptions; modern inscription on base; Scylla cuts off the hair of her father Nisus, upon which his life depends, to gain favour of her lover Minos; medallions with scenes

    Full: Front

  • 'Scylla' bowl; bronze; engraved; mythological scenes in medallions; surrounding inscriptions; modern inscription on base; Scylla cuts off the hair of her father Nisus, upon which his life depends, to gain favour of her lover Minos; medallions with scenes

    Detail: Other

  • 'Scylla' bowl; bronze; engraved; mythological scenes in medallions; surrounding inscriptions; modern inscription on base; Scylla cuts off the hair of her father Nisus, upon which his life depends, to gain favour of her lover Minos; medallions with scenes

    Detail: Other

  • 'Scylla' bowl; bronze; engraved; mythological scenes in medallions; surrounding inscriptions; modern inscription on base; Scylla cuts off the hair of her father Nisus, upon which his life depends, to gain favour of her lover Minos; medallions with scenes

    Full: Front