Bronze repoussé relief, probably from a mirror-case: Aphrodite and Anchises on Mount Ida. Aphrodite is accompanied by two winged Erotes or cupids, and Anchises by his dog.

An00020344 001 l

Thing

Exhibition
Highlights/COMPASS
Made Of
bronze
Type of Thing
mirror-case
Subject
dog, classical mythology, cherub/cupid, classical deity
Techniques
repoussé

Place

Found In
Paramythia
In Gallery
G20/4

Time

Acquired In
1904
Made
350BC-320BC
Period/Culture
Classical Greek

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