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ARES & THE GIGANTE MIMON Antiken-museen, Berlin, Germany Ware: Attic Red Figure Shape: Kylix Painter: Signed by Aristophanes Date: ca 410 - 400 BC Period: Classical Detail of Ares battling the Gigante Mimon from a painting of the Gigantomakhia (War of the Giants). The god strikes down the beardless giant with his sword. both combatants bear serpent-decorated shields.
MNEMOSYNE Museum Collection: Antakya Museum, Antakya, Turkey Catalogue Number: TBA Type: Mosaic Context: Antioch, House of Mnemosyne Date: C2nd - C3rd AD Period: Imperial Roman SUMMARY The goddess Mnemosyne (memory personified) places her hand on the back of a man's head, symbolically aiding his memory. The figures are in a banquet scene.