Attic Red-Figured and White Ground Pottery (Athenian Agora by Mary B. Moore

By Mary B. Moore

This quantity offers the inventoried red-figure and white-ground pottery present in the Agora Excavations among 1931 and 1967. even if lots of those vases have already been released in a number of experiences and particular reports, this is often the 1st time that each one have seemed jointly, and this examine supplies an entire accounting of them. simply because just about all the shapes identified in Attic crimson determine were present in the Agora, those items supply a different chance for research. the 2 introductory sections function an invaluable assessment for the total nation of data of Attic red-figure portray. the 1st supplies a short description of every vase form and its improvement, after which indicates how the Agora items healthy into this series; the second one follows this similar structure for teams of painters. within the catalogue, measurements and outlines are given for 1,684 items, with proper comparanda and updated references. Inscriptions, graffiti, and dipinti are incorporated, in addition to reconstruction drawings of a few of the extra very important or strange scenes. the quantity concludes with deposit summaries, concordance, and 6 indexes.

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137 (PI. M. M. 1659 (ARV21322, 11; Addenda 363; Burn,MeidiasPainter, p. 106,cat. no. MM 18;Reeder, p. 173, cat. no. 48 (ARV21322, 13;Burn, Pandora, p. 106, cat. no. MM 21), and Rhodes6640 (ARV21322, 14;Burn, p. 106, cat. no. MM 22); Hannover1966, 166 (CVA,Hannover1 [Deutschland34], pl. 41 [1673]),whichis probablyby the Painter of Wiirzburg537 (Follmannin CVA,p. 52); St. Petersburginv. 495, 1; Addenda . Athens,figs. 124-127); 381; Oakleyand Sinos, Wedding. and an unattributedone in Copenhagen,inv.

28). Phintias:Louvre 16, 12; Addenda153; Euphronios, Cp 10784 (ARV223, 3). Euthymides:LouvreG 31 (ARV227, 9). 342, 109; The BerlinPainter:Vienna3725 (ARV2204, 109;ParaliO. Addenda 193). 193);and Florence 3985 (ARV2204, 110; Addenda Also early are these: St. 323, 4-5); St. Petersburg615, once attributedby Beazleyto Euphronios(ARV'17, 9), but omittedfromhis list of the painter's workin ARV2(there,it only appearson p. 1594, no. FA. 88, attributedby Robertson to Euthymides(Burlington Magazine119, 1977, pp.

6 In Attic black figure, it appears in the work of the first generation of painters7 and continues throughout the production of this technique. 9 In the second quarter of the 5th century, the largest number of attributedloutrophoroi are by Hermonax (including 77: P1. 15) and by the Syracuse Painter,10but for the most part Attic red-figuredloutrophoroi,including all those from the Agora first half of the 4th. the and (except for 77), belong to the second half of the 5th century The known provenancesfor loutrophoroi,black-figuredor red-figured,are almost exclusively Athens and its environs,namely,cemeteriesand sacredprecincts,especiallythe Shrine of Nymphe 1 See Richterand Milne, Shapes andNames,pp.

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