Iconography
ANTIQUITIES
Reliefs
Miscellaneous
GODS & MYTHS
Jupiter
TypesJupiter Meilichios
MAGIC & SCIENCE
Flora and Fauna
AnimalsSnake Miscellaneous
RITUAL
Votive images
ERANOS ARCHIVE
6. Symbolism of the Snake
ADDITIONAL SUBJECT KEYWORDS
From Piraeus (Peiraeus), in 1878, in vicinity of the Mounichia harbor on Attic coast where there were a number of rock-cut niches.
Further details
Photograph of sculpture. Relief (hymettus marble)
ARTIST/CREATOR
Anonymous Hellenic Era. Greek Late Classical Period: Attica
DATE
4th century BC
LOCATION
Berlin, Antikensammlung (Pergamonmuseum and Altes Museum) (Before world war II in the Friedrich Museum.)
Notes on photograph
COLLECTION
Eranos Archive presented by Olga Froebe-Kapteyn
BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION
Harrison, J.E., Prolegomena (1922), pp. 17-28, fig. 2; Kekule, R., Griechische (1906), p. 198; Bilderatlas, Lief. 13-14 (1928), p. 12, fig. 23.
Acknowledgements
Record created with the generous support of the Dean's Development Fund of the School of Advanced Study, University of London
Contact
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