Olympia M 77: relief from bronze tripod leg with Theseus and Amazon ?
Illustration p. 98 (without female spectator on right) from G.E. Hatzi, The Archaeological Museum of Olympia (2008)
Eretria, Archaeological Museum: sculptural group from west pediment of temple of Apollo, with Theseus’ abduction of Antiope
Plaster cast colored by V. Brinkmann, Wikimedia Commons
Two possible reconstructions of pediment where the sculptural group was once located, at Ancient-Greece
View of surviving fragments of figures from pediment, at Ancient-Greece
Perseus Art & Archaeology Artifact Browser (description of late archaic temple)
London, British Museum E 41: Attic red-figure cup from Vulci with Theseus’ abduction of Antiope
Paris, Louvre G197: Attic red-figure amphora from Vulci with Theseus’ abduction of Antiope
New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art 12.198.3: Attic black-figure hydria with Theseus’ abduction of Antiope on the shoulder
Metropolitan Museum (without image)
Munich, Antikensammlungen 1414: Attic black-figure amphora with Theseus’ abduction of Antiope
Edited by Frances Van Keuren, Prof. Emerita, Lamar Dodd School of Art, Univ. of Georgi, July 2016.
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