The younger Kharites Eudaimonia (Happiness), seated holding a necklace, and Pandaisia (Feasting), carrying a tray of ripe fruit and myrtle (?) frond, are accompanied by Eros, the winged god of love. Other figures in the scene (not shown) include Aphrodite, Hygeia, and Polykles.
Attic Red Figure, ca 450 - 400 BC, British Museum, London, United Kingdom.

The younger Kharites Eudaimonia (Happiness), seated holding a necklace, and Pandaisia (Feasting), carrying a tray of ripe fruit and myrtle (?) frond, are accompanied by Eros, the winged god of love. Other figures in the scene (not shown) include Aphrodite, Hygeia, and Polykles.

Attic Red Figure, ca 450 - 400 BC, British Museum, London, United Kingdom.

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