The centaur Chiron, accompanied by a satyr. Side A of a red-figure bell-krater attributed to the painter Python; 350-325 BCE. Produced at Paestum (Poseidonia), south Italy; now in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
“We give you the X-ray images of a python digesting an alligator - you can literally see it being broken down day by day.
From left to right, you can see the alligator’s skull, torso, limbs and tail, sat snuggly in the snakes abdomen.”