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Archaeological Museum of Paros, Paros

Relief of Archilochus lying at a symposium or a funeral banquet, on his left, the seated figure is perhaps that of his wife to his right, a young slave standing waiting to serve. Basically, we see military equipment and a lyre. The table in front of Archilochus should be metal and disappeared. Parian marble, circa 500 BC C. Comes from the altar or the frieze of Archilocheion.

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Archaeological Museum of Paros, Paros

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