Category:National Archaeological Museum of Athens 1002

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National Archaeological Museum of Athens 1002, BF amphora. Herakles fighting the centaur Nessos, identified by inscriptions. Detail from the neck of an Attic black-figure amphora by the Nessos Painter (eponymous vase), ca. 620–610 BC. From a tomb in Piraeus Street, Athens. National Archaeological Museum in Athens, Inv. 1002. J. D. Beazley, Paralipomena, 2, 6.

Nessus amphora (en); Μεγάλος αττικός μελανόμορφος αμφορέας του Ζωγράφου του Νέσσου (el); amphore de Nessos (fr); Nessos-Amphora (de) early work of ancient attic-greek black-figure vase-painting (en); frühes Werk der attisch-schwarzfigurigen Vasenmalerei (de); το αρχαιότερο καλλιτέχνημα του αττικού μελανόμορφου ρυθμού (el) Nessos-Vase, Nessos-Amphore, Nessosamphora, Nessosamphore, Nessosvase (de)
Nessus amphora 
early work of ancient attic-greek black-figure vase-painting
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Location Athens, Athens Municipality, Central Athens Regional Unit, Attica Region, Greece
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  • 7th century BC
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