‘Dionysian harvests’ Busy with the harvest, the maidens and the satyrs work under the gaze of Dionysus, who is sitting on a mule. A vineyard surrounds the entire depicted area. Dionysius leads a chariot among the satyrs and maenads, all of whom wear crowns of ivy, playing cymbals and trumpets. The figure of Dionysus is repeated again and again, seated with a carved swan behind him, smelling a flower given to him by a maenad.
Between 520 BC and 500 BC
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