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Sixth in a series of eight works from the Tomb of the Diver. This tomb was created in about 480 Before the Common Era and was discovered in 1968.
Troy Caperton has restored eight images taken fromthe tomb and presents them here for your consideration. Any lover of Classical Greece or of the lifestyle of the Ancients will find this series fascinating.
In this sixth panel, a couple reclines on a kline, a low sofa, with the younger man affectionately towards his lover's eyes. The elder appears to be annoyed or is assuming a disapproving look. Perhaps the youger has made a joke that the elder does not find amusing. The moment is captured with simplicity and elegance.
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December 7th, 2013
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