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Italiano: Cratere a campana attico con Enomao intento a sacrificare mentre Pelope e Ippodamia sono già sulla quadriga. Il vaso è conservato al Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli (inv. 82920).
English: King Oenomaus, Hippodamia, and Olympian gods. Illustration (colour lithograph) from a binding of 'Peintures de Vases Antiques Vulgairement Appeles Etrusques' by Aubian Louis Millin de Grandmaison, with 'Introduction a l'Etude des Vases Antiques d'Argile Peints Vulgairement Appeles Etrusques', by A. Dubois Maisonneuve; possibly refers to the establishment of the Olympic Games in honour of Oinomaos; died in a chariot race against Pelops, who wanted to marry his daughter Hippodamea;
Date published 1808-10
Source The Stapleton Collection (French)
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