Hellenisitc Hunting Scene

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Caroline Cervera
published on 04 May 2016

This decorative limestone tomb frieze, dating to c. 290-250 BCE, shows two hunters attacking an animal. Hunting was an important ritual in Macedonian coming-of-age rituals during this period. The piece is currently housed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, on loan from the Getty Museum, Malibu.

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Caroline Cervera
Caroline is an Associate Editor for Ancient History Encyclopedia and a student at Northeastern University. She is passionate about studying ancient history and preserving it for future generations.

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Cervera, C. (2016, May 04). Hellenisitc Hunting Scene. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/5034/hellenisitc-hunting-scene/

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Cervera, Caroline. "Hellenisitc Hunting Scene." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified May 04, 2016. https://www.worldhistory.org/image/5034/hellenisitc-hunting-scene/.

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