Vase Painting of a Man with his Cheetah

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Arienne King
by British Museum
published on 04 March 2021
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A red-figure vase painting depicting a bearded man with his pet cheetah. The man holds a walking stick in one hand, and with the other he leads the cheetah by a red leash connected to its collar. Attributed to the painter Apollodorus. Produced c. 490 BCE, Attica. Found in Vulci, Italy. Diameter: 19.5 cm (7.6 in). (Courtesy of the Trustees of the British Museum)

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