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English: Nikomachos Series
Español: Serie de Nicómaco
Français : Série de Nichomachos
English: Athena, with the inscription “Archippos, archon”. Side A from a black-figure Panathenaic amphora, 321–320 BC. From Benghazi (Cyrenaica, now in Libya).
Español: Atenea con la inscripción «Arquipo, arconte». Cara A de un ánfora panatenaica de figuras negras (321-320 a. C.) Proveniencia: Bengasi, (Cirenaica, actual Libia)
Français : Athéna, avec l'inscription « Archippos, archonte ». face A d'une amphore panathénaïque à figures noir, 321-320 av. J.-C. Provenance : Bengazi, en Cyrénaïque (actuelle Libye).
Dimensions H. 66.9 cm (26 ¼ in.), Diam. 30.6 cm (12 in.)
Department of Greek, Etruscan and Roman antiquities in the Louvre, Sully, first floor, room 44, case 5
Accession number MN 705
Credit line Purchased by Vattier de Bourville, 1851
Source/Photographer Jastrow (2006)


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