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|English: Panathenaic amphora which is currently in Louvre, number MN706|
English: Panathenaic amphora which is currently in Louvre, number MN706
English: The goddess Athena. Side A from a black-figured Panathenaic amphora, ca. 340-339 BC.
|Date||between circa 340 and circa 339 BC.|
|Dimensions||H. 76,60 cm., Diam. 38,60 cm.|
Department of Greek, Etruscan and Roman Antiquities, Gallery Campana V, first floor, room 44, case 5
|Source/Photographer||Die panathenäischen Preisamphoren, Georg von Brauchitsch, Leipsig: Teubner. page 59, 1910, uploaded by FocalPoint|
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