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Neck-amphora, ca. 540 b.c.; Archaic; black-figure Attributed to Exekias Greek, Attic Terracotta

Neck–amphora, ca. 540 B. black–figure Attributed to Exekias Greek, Attic Terracotta This amphora is a consummate example of black-figure vase painting.

Hidria de figuras negras.

Black-figure hydria: Achilles with Hector’s body Attica, Leagros group, Antiopa Painter c. 510 BC Earthenware h 49 cm © State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg

Vatican City. Amphora, Type A, signed by Exekias as both maker and painter).  Date: later 6th c. Dioskouroi return home to parents Leda and Tyndareos. Slave boy brings a change of clothes for Kastor, Pollux, who as already shed his travelling clothes, plays with the family dog.

Greek vases BC: key pieces - The Classical Art Research Centre

Pottery: black-figured neck-amphora (jar): Persephone leaving the Underworld (back: Apollo with nymphs).

Full: Front Pottery: black-figured neck-amphora (jar): Persephone leaving the Underworld (back: Apollo with nymphs). © The Trustees of the British Museum

Changing Personalities – Ancient Greek Vases and Attribution | NGV

Changing Personalities – Ancient Greek Vases and Attribution

AN ATTIC BLACK-FIGURED AMPHORA - ATTRIBUTED TO THE MANNER OF THE ANTIMENES PAINTER, CIRCA 520-510 B.C.

An Attic black-figured amphora, attributed to the manner of the antimenes painter, circa BC.

Trifoil-mounth oinochoe. From Rhodes. Ca. 670 B.C. NATIONAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM OF ATHENS

Trifoil-mounth oinochoe. From Rhodes. Ca. 670 B.C. NATIONAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM OF ATHENS

didoofcarthage:  Black-figure neck-amphora, attributed to ExekiasAttic Greece, c. 540 B.C. terracottaMetropolitan Museum of Art

Terracotta neck-amphora (jar) Attributed to Exekias Period: Archaic Date: ca. 540 B. Culture: Greek, Attic Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H. cm) diameter 9 in.

Panathenaic amphora: returning pankration to the Olympics

Panathenaic prize amphora, signed by the potter Kittos. Greek, made in Athens about BC Found at Teucheira, Cyrenaica (modern Libya) A prize for a victor at the Athenian games

ATTIC BLACK-FIGURE AMPHORA  A draped female between two warriors; possibly the capture of Helen. Rev: Warrior battles an Amazon; possibly Herakles and Andromache. Thighs of Amazon and central body of draped male at right are restored.   Ca. 500 BC

ATTIC BLACK-FIGURE AMPHORA A draped female between two warriors; possibly the capture of Helen. Rev: Warrior battles an Amazon; possibly Herakles and Andromache. Thighs of Amazon and central body of draped male at right are restored. Ca. 500 BC

Pegasus- Back / Etruscan Black-Figure Neck Amphora; Attributed to the Lotus Bud Group; Orvieto (probably), Etruria; about 490 B.C.; Terracotta; 34.6 x 21.5 cm (13 5/8 x 8 7/16 in.); 68.AE.17

Pegasus- Back / Etruscan Black-Figure Neck Amphora; Attributed to the Lotus Bud Group; about 490 B.

Terracotta hydria (water jar) Attributed to the Eagle Painter   Period:     Archaic Date:     ca. 520–510 B.C. Culture:     Greek, Caeretan

Terracotta hydria (water jar) Attributed to the Eagle Painter ca. Culture: Greek, Caeretan © The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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