Sixth Century BC
Atlas (on left), carries the heavens on his shoulders and looks at Prometheus (on right). Note the vulture pecking at the liver of the bound Prometheus. At the bottom of the cup Zeus' thunderbolt and a Doric column capital can be seen.
Prometheus the Creator of Humankind
Prometheus the Benefactor of Humankind
The Fire-Giver and Craftsman
The Trick of Sacrifice
Prometheus the Titan (antagonist of Zeus)
Prometheus Unbound (by Herakles)
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