Loutrophoros Depicting the Abduction of Persephone

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James Lloyd
by Néstor F. Marqués
published on 24 August 2016
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Loutrophoros from the Greek collection of the National Archaeological Museum of Spain. Depicts the abduction of Persephone. 340 - 320 BCE.
Nº inv. MAN 1998/92/2
94 x 27 x 36 cm

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