The sanctuary of Nymphe

Dedication to Nymphe, protectress of marriage

Black-figure lutrophoros (vessel for carrying water for the marital bath) depicting a marital procession. Around 525 BC. Showcase 4, no. 37 (ΝΑ 1955+1957 Αa 31)

Dedication to Nymphe, protectress of marriage

Red-figure lutrophoros depicting newlyweds. 455-440 BC. Showcase 5, no. 29 (1957 Aa 779)

Dedication to Nymphe, protectress of marriage

Fragment of a red-figure lutrophoros depicting newlyweds. 450-430 BC. Showcase 5, no. 23 (Boston no. 220)

Dedication to Nymphe, protectress of marriage

Painted clay tablet depicting a doe with her fawns. 6th cent. BC. Showcase 6, no. 177 (ΝΑ 1957 Ak 3)

Dedication to Nymphe, protectress of marriage

Painted clay tablet probably depicting the three daughters of Kekrops: Pandrosos, Herse and Aglauros, personifications of the life-giving moisture of the earth. 570 BC. Showcase 6, no. 180 (ΝΑ 1957 Αk 2)

Dedication to Nymphe, protectress of marriage

Ritual vessel in the form of a bull’s head. 560-530 BC.
Showcase 6, no. 189 (1957 Αa 124)

Clay spindle whorls, dedications of women to the Sanctuary of Nymphe

6th and 5th cent. BC. Showcase 6, no. 128