07 - Lebes Gamikos (Wedding Vase)
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<span class=auto-style3><strong>430-420 B.C</strong></span><br class=auto-style3>
<span class=auto-style1><span class=auto-style2>Attributed to the Washing Painter. On the belly  the bride sits on a diphros, a chair, with her bare feet resting on a footstool. Both hands finger the strings of a harp, a reminder of the wedding songs that accompanied all brides throughout their preparations. One of her attendants approaches from behind carrying a festooned loutrophoros, a vase containing water for the nuptial bath. Two other women approach carrying chests full of gifts for the marriage. The back of this vase depicts two women presenting gift-chests.
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<strong><span class=auto-style4>New York. Metropolitan Museum of Arts..</span></strong>
430-420 B.C
Attributed to the Washing Painter. On the belly the bride sits on a diphros, a chair, with her bare feet resting on a footstool. Both hands finger the strings of a harp, a reminder of the wedding songs that accompanied all brides throughout their preparations. One of her attendants approaches from behind carrying a festooned loutrophoros, a vase containing water for the nuptial bath. Two other women approach carrying chests full of gifts for the marriage. The back of this vase depicts two women presenting gift-chests.
New York. Metropolitan Museum of Arts..
08 - Lebes Gamikos (Wedding Vase)
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<span class=auto-style3><strong>430-420 B.C</strong></span><br class=auto-style3>
<span class=auto-style1><span class=auto-style2>Attributed to the Washing Painter. On the belly  the bride sits on a diphros, a chair, with her bare feet resting on a footstool. Both hands finger the strings of a harp, a reminder of the wedding songs that accompanied all brides throughout their preparations. One of her attendants approaches from behind carrying a festooned loutrophoros, a vase containing water for the nuptial bath. Two other women approach carrying chests full of gifts for the marriage. The back of this vase depicts two women presenting gift-chests.
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<strong><span class=auto-style4>New York. Metropolitan Museum of Arts..</span></strong>
430-420 B.C
Attributed to the Washing Painter. On the belly the bride sits on a diphros, a chair, with her bare feet resting on a footstool. Both hands finger the strings of a harp, a reminder of the wedding songs that accompanied all brides throughout their preparations. One of her attendants approaches from behind carrying a festooned loutrophoros, a vase containing water for the nuptial bath. Two other women approach carrying chests full of gifts for the marriage. The back of this vase depicts two women presenting gift-chests.
New York. Metropolitan Museum of Arts..
09 - Attic Lebes Gamikos (Wedding Vase), Kertch Style
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<span class=auto-style3><strong>430-420 B.C</strong></span><br class=auto-style3>
<span class=auto-style1><span class=auto-style2>Attributed to Marsyas Painter, it depicts the Epaulia, the celebration dedicated to a newly-married seen in the center accepting gifts.
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<strong><span class=auto-style4>Saint Petersburg, Ηermitage Museum.</span></strong>
430-420 B.C
Attributed to Marsyas Painter, it depicts the Epaulia, the celebration dedicated to a newly-married seen in the center accepting gifts.
Saint Petersburg, Ηermitage Museum.
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<span class=auto-style3><strong>430-420 B.C</strong></span><br class=auto-style3>
<span class=auto-style1><span class=auto-style2>Attributed to Marsyas Painter, it depicts the Epaulia, the celebration dedicated to a newly-married seen in the center accepting gifts.
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<strong><span class=auto-style4>Saint Petersburg, Ηermitage Museum.</span></strong>
430-420 B.C
Attributed to Marsyas Painter, it depicts the Epaulia, the celebration dedicated to a newly-married seen in the center accepting gifts.
Saint Petersburg, Ηermitage Museum.
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