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Abstract

L. Bouke van der Meer
Mutnuc, Hercle with assistant, and Lasa on an Etruscan bronze mirror

This article addresses a scene on a mirror from Caere, now in Berlin, as the prelude to the apotheosis of Herakles. It suggests that the otherwise unknown inscribed name Mutnuc derives from the Latin Mutinus, the name of a phallic deity who is rendered here as Pan. Herakles’s position between Mutnuc and a Siren, and the presence of one or two thunderbolt symbols suggest that he is on his journey to Olympos.

Article in volume 92, 2017, pages 139-143

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