Dipylon Vase showing Prothesis Scene: exposure of the dead and mourning (detail of crater— silhouette on terra cotta). From the Dipylon Cemetery, Athens.

Dipylon Vase showing Prothesis Scene: exposure of the dead and mourning (detail of crater—
silhouette on terra cotta). From the Dipylon Cemetery, Athens. 
Department of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Antiquities, Louvre, Paris.
Artist & Period: Dipylon MasterLate Geometric Period / Beginning of Archaic Period (c. 750 BCE).

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