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Young man playing the cottabos. Tondo of an Attic red-figure kylix, BC. From Chiusi.

Kore-Persephone and Pluton-Aidoneus;  Attic red-figured kylix, ca. 440-430 BC

Persephone and Hades. Tondo of an Attic red-figured kylix, ca. Said to be from Vulci. Courtesy & currently located at the British Museum, London. Photo taken by Marie-Lan Nguyen.

Symposion with hetaera. Wine cup (kylix), Late Archaic Period, about 490–480 B.C. Painter: Makron, Attic Ceramic (Red Figure). Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

A scene from the interior bowl of a red-figure kylix or stemmed drinking cup BCE) depicting a symposiast and hetairai - high-class prostitute. (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)

Faces of Ancient Etruscan Civilization

Greek Mythology: Iako was the goddess of cures, remedies and modes of healing. She was a daughter and attendant of the medicine-god Asklepios( son of Apollo). Her sisters included Panakeia (All-Cure) and Hygeia (Good-Health)

SOCIAL CLASS: Most wealthy families had slaves that who went shopping, looked after children, and cleaned the house. Usually, the slaves were treated fairly well by their owners.

Red-figured cup, attributed to the Brygos Painter Greek, about BC Made in Athens, Greece; found at Vulci (now in Lazio, Italy)

Detail ,  	Lekythos (oil flask) depicting Poseidon pursuing Amymone ca. 440 b.c.; Red-figure Attributed to the Phiale Painter Greek, Attic Terracotta

Detail , Lekythos (oil flask) depicting Poseidon pursuing Amymone ca. 440 b. Red-figure Attributed to the Phiale Painter Greek, Attic Terracotta

Drinking cup (kylix) depicting an athlete cleaning up and his dog about 480 B.C. the Brygos Painter Greek Athletes | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Drinking cup (kylix) depicting an athlete cleaning up and his dog about 480 B. the Brygos Painter Greek Athletes

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