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sculture in terracotta, antichità, riproduzioni, d'arte antica, reperti, siti archeologici, civiltà greca, etrusca, romana | Greek, Etruscan and Roman.Pompeii Herculaneum

Terracottas Museum Pompeii Herculaneum - Mask of Deidamia, in Greek mythology, Deidamia is the daughter of King Lycomedes of Scyros. 4th century BC, terracotta sculpture. Terrecotte Pompei Museo, Questa collezione di sculture in terracotta ripropone delle riproduzioni d'arte antica, reperti ritrovati nei più importanti siti archeologici del bacino Mediterraneo appartenenti alla civiltà greca, etrusca e romana | This collection of terracotta sculptures repeats reproductions of ancient art, artifacts found in the most important archaeological sites in the Mediterranean basin belonging to the civilization of Greek, Etruscan and Roman.Pompeii Herculaneum Museum.

Mask of Deidamia - Mythology Greek


Mask of Deidamia, in Greek mythology, Deidamia is the daughter of King Lycomedes of Scyros. 4th century BC, terracotta sculpture.


Price: € 145.00
(Price: GB $105.85 - US $152.25)

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Sculpture in painted terracotta, personage of classical mythology Greek.

Reproduction of object of Greek art, entirely handmade terracottas, we follow the Ancient Greek and Roman techniques: Every piece is therefore unique.

Details:
- Material: terracotta sculpture
- Height: approx. 16 cm.
- Length: approx. 13 cm.
- Features: excellent resistance to all weather conditions: sun, rain, wind, frost, ice and durability in time.

The product of terracotta, reproduction of object of Greek art.
The product of terracotta, reproduction is made, following with great care and attention the traditional techniques, diffused in Greek times and abandoned with time.

Cults and Myths
Deidamia was one of King Lycomedes's seven daughters with whom Achilles was concealed. Some versions of this story state that Achilles was hidden in Lycomedes's court as one of the king's daughters, some say as a lady-in-waiting under the name "Pyrrha". Despite the fact that Achilles and Deidamea could have been as young as eight years old, the two soon became romantically involved to the point of intimacy. After Odysseus arrived at Lycomedes's palace and exposed Achilles as a young man, Achilles decided to join the Trojan War, leaving behind a pregnant, heart-broken Deidamia. Their son, Neoptolemus, later joined his father in the Trojan War but was eventually killed by Orestes. It is also mentioned that Neoptolemus gave Deidamia in marriage to his ally Helenus. Ptolemy Hephaestion mentions that Achilles and Deidamia had another son, Oneiros, who was unwittingly killed by Orestes.

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