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Athenian pelike with two draped youths
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Image attached to GR.25.1937
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Vessel/Pelike/Jar. Pelike with a seated king (Aigeus and Theseus), and two draped youths. Clay, red-figured, height 0.505m, width 0.225m. Classical Period. 440-430 B.C. Production place: Athens.
- Accession Number: GR.25.1937
- Photograph copyright Â© The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
- Aperture: f/27.0
- Focal length: 120
- Camera: Hasselblad H3DII-31
- Photographer name: Michael Jones
- Image height: 1024 pixels
- Image width: 754 pixels
- Processed with: Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5.7 (Macintosh)
- Filesize: 104.91kB
- Exposure time: 1/60
- ISO Speed: 100
- Fnumber: 27/1
- Captured: 2013:11:22 13:28:22
Classical Greek Period
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