Athena, Hercules, and a Two-headed Cerberus

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Liana Miate
by Bibi Saint-Pol
published on 20 April 2023
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Athena, Hercules, and a two-headed Cerberus, with a mane down his necks and back. Hermes (not shown in the photograph) stands to the left of Athena. Attic black-figure amphora from Kameiros (Rhodes), c. 510 BCE.

Louvre, Paris.

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