Attic, Boeotian or Euboean? An orphan skyphos from Rhitsona revisited
Victoria Sabetai

Skyphos, Thebes Museum, R.18.96 (17093). Side B: Herakles and the Lion.

Fig. 1a. Skyphos, Thebes Museum, R.18.96 (17093). Side B: Herakles and the Lion.
Photograph: Victoria Sabetai.
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Skyphos, Thebes Museum, R.18.96 (17093). Underside.

Fig. 1b. Skyphos, Thebes Museum, R.18.96 (17093). Underside.
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Skyphos, Thebes Museum, R.18.96 (17093). Interior.

Fig. 1c. Skyphos, Thebes Museum, R.18.96 (17093). Interior.
Photograph: Victoria Sabetai.
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Skyphos, Thebes Museum, R.18.96 (17093). Side B: Hermes, detail.

Fig. 2a. Skyphos, Thebes Museum, R.18.96 (17093). Side B: Hermes, detail.
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Skyphos, Thebes Museum, R.18.96 (17093). Side A: Iolaos, detail. 

Fig. 2b. Skyphos, Thebes Museum, R.18.96 (17093). Side A: Iolaos, detail.
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Skyphos, Thebes Museum, R.18.96 (17093). Side B: dotted drapery, detail.

Fig. 2b. Skyphos, Thebes Museum, R.18.96 (17093). Side B: dotted drapery, detail.
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Skyphos, Thebes Museum, R.18.96 (17093). Handle area: finger print.

Fig. 2b. Skyphos, Thebes Museum, R.18.96 (17093). Handle area: finger print.
Photograph: Victoria Sabetai.
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