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Dionysos And The Gods: Dinoi And Kraters From The First Half Of The 6th Century BCE

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The vases with Dionysian subjects examined in this chapter are different from those just discussed in respect of their dimensions and above all their use, which is no. individual but communal: for these reasons they usually have more complex and more explicit images. More recent, dating to about 530 BCE, but included in this chapter for the theme, is two similar dinoi of the Campana Group, with a picture of the mule-rider surrounded by dancing satyrs and being welcomed by a male standing with dignity: Dionysos or his ritual alter. At the end of this chapter the new elements that have emerged will be summarised and they are many and important.

Keywords: 6th century BCE; Campana; craters; Dionysos; GOds:Dinoi; mule rider; ritual

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