613 calyx krater
Phiale Painter, Athenian white-ground calyx krater.
Hermes handing over his half brother, the infant Dionysos, to Papposilenos. The other figures represent the nymphs in the shady glens of Nysa, where Zeus had sent Dionysos, one of his numerous natural sons, to be raised, safe from the possible wrath of his wife Hera.
ca. 440–435 bce. Vatican Museums.
Height 27 cm.