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Examine an ancient Athenian drinking cup. Made about 470 B.C., in part, by molding, the cup was designed in the shape of two joined heads: Herakles and a woman. Explore the cup's construction, painting, and firing. Watch a potter mold, throw, and pull an Athenian vase using ancient methods. (Captioned without sound) Love art?  Follow us on Google+
Modeled after Double-headed Wine Cup with Herakles, Class M: Vatican Class, about 470 B.C., Republic of Italy.
Created by Getty Museum.