File:Puteal de la Moncloa (M.A.N. Madrid) 01.jpg

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Title
English: Called Moncloa Puteal or Madrid Puteal.
Español: Llamado Puteal de la Moncloa o Puteal de Madrid.
Description
English: Neo-Attic style Roman puteal (wellhead) representing the birth of Athena. Relief figures: Zeus, Hephaestus, Nike crowning Athena (at the image) and the Moirae.
Español: Brocal de pozo sagrado romano, de estilo neoático, que representa el nacimiento de Atenea. Figuras en relieve: Zeus, Hefesto, Niké coronando a Atenea (en la imagen) y las Moiras.
Date 2nd century AD
date QS:P571,+150-00-00T00:00:00Z/7
Medium marble
medium QS:P186,Q40861
Dimensions Height: 99.5 cm. Rim's diameter: 84 cm. Inner diameter: 53 cm.
institution QS:P195,Q1352282
Accession number
2691
Object history
English: It probably is a copy of a Greek original from the 4th century BCE.
Español: Probablemente es una copia de un original griego del siglo IV a.C.
References Museum's website – Web del museo – Site du musée
Source/Photographer Luis García (Zaqarbal), .
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