A Sacrificial Lamb for the Three Graces

Corinthian Painted Wooden Plate, ca. 540-530 BCE depicting a procession to an altar to sacrifice a lamb, accompanied by flute and lyre. The names of the Three Graces are inscribed on the placque. Source: Wikimedia Commons

Corinthian Painted Wooden Plate, ca. 540-530 BCE depicting a procession to an altar to sacrifice a lamb, accompanied by flute and lyre. The names of the Three Graces are inscribed on the plaque, which was found in a cave above the village of Pitsa, in Corinth, Greece.

 
Source: Wikimedia Commons

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