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The relief from Eleusis. ca. 440 - 430 BC. Votive

The relief from Eleusis. ca. 440 - 430 BC. Votive


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The relief from Eleusis. ca. 440 - 430 BC. Votive

The relief from Eleusis. ca. 440 - 430 BC. Votive relief depicting the Eleusinian deities. Depiction of Persephone (right side, holding a torch) and Demeter (left side) giving wheat ears to Triptolemus. Classical Greek art. Relief on marble. GREECE. Athens. National Museum of Archaeology. Proc: GREECE. Eleusis

Media ID 8277305

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Deities Demeter Depicting Depiction Ears Eleusinian Eleusis Giving Marble Persephone Torch Votive Wheat


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