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English: Providence Painter
Français : Peintre de Providence
English: Winged female figure holding a caduceus : Iris (messenger of the gods) or Nike (Victory). Detail from an Attic red-figure pelike, middle of 5th century BC. From Agrigento, Sicilia.
Français : Personnage féminin ailé tenant un caducée : Iris (messagère des dieux) ou Niké (personnification de la victoire). Détail d'un pélikè attique à figures rouges, milieu du Ve siècle av. J.-C. Découvert à Agrigente, Sicile.
Main floor, smaller room
Accession number Inv. 392
References Beazley, ARV2, 638, 53
Source/Photographer Jastrow (2006). Image renamed from Image:Winged Nike CdM.jpg


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