Herakles Takes Aim: A Rare Attic Black-Figured Neck-Amphora Attributed to the Princeton Painter

  title={Herakles Takes Aim: A Rare Attic Black-Figured Neck-Amphora Attributed to the Princeton Painter},
  author={Mary Beth Moore},
  journal={Metropolitan Museum Journal},
  pages={37 - 58}
  • M. B. Moore
  • Published 1 January 2013
  • Art
  • Metropolitan Museum Journal

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