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English: Suckling Painter (eponymous vase)
English: Hera suckling the baby Heracles at her breast, surrounded by Aphrodite and Eros (not visible here), Athena (on the left), Iris (on the right) and a woman, perhaps Alkmene (not visible here). Detail from an Apulian red-figure squat lekythos, ca. 360-350 BC. From Anzi.
Français : Hera allaitant Héraclès nourrisson, entourée par Aphrodite, Éros (non visibles sur la photo) et Athéna (à gauche), Iris (à droite) et une femme, peut-être Alcmène. Détail d'un lécythe aryballisque apulien à figures rouges, vers 360-350 av. J.-C. Provenance : Anzi.
Upper floor, room 73: The Greeks and Italy
Accession number GR 1846.9-25.13 (Cat. Vases F 107)
Credit line Steuart Collection
Source/Photographer Jastrow (2007)


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