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English: Class of Cambridge 49
Français : Classe de Cambridge 49
English: Priam killed by Neoptolemus, son of Achilles, detail of an Attic black-figure amphora, ca. 520 BC–510 BC. From Vulci.
Français : Priam tué par Néoptolème, fils d'Achille. Détail d'une amphore attique à figures noires de la Classe de Cambridge 49, v. 520–510 av. J.-C. Provenance : Vulci.
Dimensions Diam. 24.5 cm (9 ½ in.)
Department of Greek, Etruscan and Roman Antiquities, Sully, room 39, case 6
Accession number F 222
Credit line Canino Collection, 1837
Source/Photographer Jastrow (2006)


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