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Opera in the Glyptothek
Sergei Prokofiev:The Love for Three Oranges
34th Isny Opera Festival
9 July 2022, 7:30 pm
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Theatre in the Glyptothek
Inge Merkel: Odysseus and Penelope. An Ordinary Marriage
13 July to 17 September 2022
Funerary monument of a young man found nearby Corinth, 570/60 B.C.
The god of wine in a sailing ship, vines are winding around the mast. Drinking cup from Athens, 540/30 B.C.
Roman copy of a Greek work in bronze. It depicts a small boy wrestling with a goose, around 220 B.C.
Eyeballs of silver and pupils of red garnet are lost. Roman bronze after a Classical Greek model around 450 B.C.
The winner of a contest once received this wreath made of gold foil and enamel as a price, 325–300 B.C.
Gorgo Medusa is one of the most horrible creatures of Greek myth. Looking at her turned every mortal into stone. Marble copy dating from the Roman period of Medusa’s head on the shield of the statue of Athena in the Parthenon around 440 B.C.
The tall drunken satyr, a male nature spirit with ears and a tail of a horse, was probably set up outside in a sanctuary of Dionysos. It is one of the major works of Hellenistic sculpture, around 220 B.C.
Aphrodite, goddess of beauty and love, has got out of the bath and perhaps held a mirror in her hand in which she looks at herself. Bronze statuette, 120–100 B.C.
There is hardly any clay figurine where the original painting is similarly well preserved. From Athens, 300–275 B.C.
The mummy portrait from the Faiyum oasis shows a upper-class young man from Roman Egypt. Wax-tempera on wood, around 140 A.D.
The hero held in his left hand the cult statue of the Trojan Athena and in his right hand a sword. Roman copy of a work by Cresilas around 440 B.C.
Statue of the goddess of wisdom and war from the west pediment of the temple of Aphaia at Aegina, around 500 B.C.
This precious Roman drinking cup, which is surrounded by a net bowl, comes from Cologne, 300–350 A.D.