Circe On a 490–480 BCE Oil Jar, Athens-National Archaeological Museum

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Liana Miate
by Marsyas
published on 04 November 2022

Circe and Odysseus, white-ground lekythos by the Athena Painter, ca. 490–480 BCE. From Eretria. National Archaeological Museum in Athens, 1133.

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