Category:Borghese Vase

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English: The Borghese Vase is an hellenic vase in pentelic marble, ornated with dancers and belonging to the Borghese collection. The original is preserved in the Louvre Museum (Paris, France). Several copies exist in some countries and museums.
Français : Le Vase Borghese est un vase hellénistique en marbre pentélique, orné de danseurs et faisant partie de la collection Borghèse. L'original est conservé au Musée du Louvre à Paris (France). Plusieurs copies existent dans divers pays et musées.
Vaso Borghese (it); Vaso Borghese (es); Vase Borghese (fr); Vas Borghese (ca); Borghese Vase (en); Waza Borghese (pl); כד בורגזה (he); Borghese Vase (nl) cratère en calice, dit "Vase Borghèse" (fr); Roman era ornamental garden vase (en) Vase Borghèse, Cratère à décor dionysiaque (fr)
Borghese Vase 
Roman era ornamental garden vase
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Instance ofkrater,
sculpture
Main subjectthiasus
DepictsMaenad, satyr, aulos, crotales, dance, Q3364944, scarf, chiton, Silenus, thyrsus, kantharos, dog, Dionysus, Ariadne, zither, rinceau, intoxication, nudity, crown, Q3361825, thiasus and lyre
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Location Greek antiquities, room 17, Sully Wing, Louvre Palace, 1st arrondissement of Paris, Paris Centre, Paris, Metropolis of Greater Paris, Île-de-France, Metropolitan France
Location of discovery
Based on
Collection
  • Department of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Antiquities of the Louvre (1807–)
  • Borghese Collection (1569–1807)
Inventory number
  • MR 985 (Department of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Antiquities of the Louvre)
  • Ma 86 (Department of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Antiquities of the Louvre)
Inception
Time of discovery or invention
  • 1569
Diameter
  • 135 cm
Height
  • 172 cm
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