Reproduction of the fresco of the “Tomb of the Diver ” , 480-470 BC, Archaeological Museum of Poor .
The Tomb of the Diver is an artifact of the funerary art of the Great Greece of significant historical-artistic value, one of the very few examples of painting Greek figurative non-vascular. The image of the diver forms the internal decoration of the cover plate of a tomb found nearby Poor. The man in the act of diving into a stream probably symbolizes the transition from life to death.
- Dimensions: 7.8cm x 5.2cm x 0.2cm
- Weight: 0.3g
Fun magnet, perfect for the fridge or any metal surface.
Produced in Italy