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Lioness and lion from an amphora of the end of the 6th c. BC. A. de Laborde, <i>Collection des vases grecs de Mr. le Comte de Lamberg</i> (1824), pl. XXI.
Lioness and lion from an amphora of the end of the 6th c. BC. A. de Laborde, Collection des vases grecs de Mr. le Comte de Lamberg (1824), pl. XXI.
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