Ancient Corinthian vase depicting Perseus, Andromeda and Ketos. The inscriptions denoting the depicted persons are written in an archaic form of the Greek alphabet and show some peculiarities such as the left-running direction in ΠΕΡΣΕΥΣ and ΑΝΔΡΟΜΕΔΑ, usage of Epsilon instead of Eta in ΚΕΤΟΣ, the employment of the letter San instead of Sigma in ΠΕΡΣΕΥΣ and ΚΕΤΟΣ and different shapes of the letters such as B for Ε or V for Υ. (Source)

Altes Museum, Berlin

Mythology Images

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