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Pythagoras Cup with Hand Painted Bull Leaping Fresco from Crete

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Height: 4 Inches 

Width: 3.8 Inches 

Weight: 0.46 Lbs 

Material: Ceramic Hand Painted

The bull-leaping fresco, as it has come to be called, is the most completely restored of several stucco panels originally sited on the upper-story portion of the east wall of the palace at Knossos in Crete(1450 BCE). It is a composite scene of acrobatics over a galloping bull. The best of a series of similar scenes, the taureador frescos.

A Pythagorean cup (also known as a Pythagoras cup, greedy cup, cup of justice, tantalus cup or I Koupa Tis Dikaiosynis) is a practical joke device in a form of a drinking cup, credited to Pythagoras of Samos. when it is filled beyond a certain point, a siphoning effect causes the cup to drain its entire contents through the base.

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