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    pelike

    Pottery: upper body, mouth and one handle of red-figured pelike; side a: armed youth with pilos facing elderly man leaning on stick; side b: draped youth.

    • Object type: pelike
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    cup

    Pottery: foot removed from red-figured cup.

    • Object type: cup
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    cup

    Pottery: foot removed from red-figured cup.

    • Object type: cup
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    cup

    Pottery: foot removed from red-figured cup.

    • Object type: cup
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    oinochoe

    Sicilian? red figured pottery oinochoe depicting a draped female figure to the left with a bowl? raised in her left hand and tendrils marked on either side; the handle has been broken and rejoined and the glaze has worn off; red glaze very...

    • Object type: oinochoe
    • Production place: Sicily
  • amphora

    Red figured pottery amphora. Designs red on black ground. On the neck each side, laurel-wreath and tongue-pattern. (a) A nude youth moving to right, with left hand extended, in right an embroidered taenia; behind him hangs a wreath, and...

    • Object type: amphora
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Western Greek
    • Production date: 4thC BC
    • Production place: Campania
    • Find spot: Italy
  • amphora

    Pottery: red-figured storage-jar (pointed amphora). Designs pale red on black ground. On the lip and neck, rude egg-moulding and tongue-pattern (?). Round the shoulder, tongue-pattern; under the handles, palmettes; below all round,...

    • Object type: amphora
    • Producer: Painter of London F484 (Connected with)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Etruscan
    • Production date: 400BC-360BC
    • Production place: Vulci
  • amphora

    Pottery: red-figured amphora. Designs in opaque red on a black ground, with incised lines, coarsely drawn and somewhat faded. (a) A beardless male figure standing to left, in a himation, with staff in right hand. (b) The same design.

    • Object type: amphora
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Western Greek
    • Production place: Campania
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    vessel

    Pottery: four fragments of South Italian red-figured closed vessels.

    • Object type: vessel
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Western Greek
    • Production date: 4thC BC
    • Production place: Italy
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    vessel

    Pottery: five fragments of South Italian red-figured closed vessels.

    • Object type: vessel
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Western Greek
    • Production date: 4thC BC
    • Production place: Italy
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    vessel

    Pottery: six fragments of South Italian red-figured closed vessels.

    • Object type: vessel
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Western Greek
    • Production date: 4thC BC
    • Production place: Italy
  • vessel

    Pottery: body fragment of Attic red-figured closed vessel; youth below crossed arms of two other male figures.

    • Object type: vessel
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 440BC-400BC
    • Production place: Attica
    • Find spot: Greece
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    vessel

    Pottery: body sherd of Attic red-figured open vessel; lower parts of male and female figures.

    • Object type: vessel
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 400BC
    • Production place: Attica
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    vessel

    Pottery: body fragment of Attic red-figured closed vessel; naked youth seated to right.

    • Object type: vessel
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 400BC
    • Production place: Attica
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    cup

    Pottery: foot and stem of Attic red-figured cup.

    • Object type: cup
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 5thC BC
    • Production place: Attica
    • Find spot: Rhodes
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    vessel

    Three joining fragments of a small closed red-figured pottery vessel; palmette complex.

    • Object type: vessel
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Western Greek
    • Production date: 4thC BC
    • Production place: Italy
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    plate

    Pottery: red-figured plate: female head.

    • Object type: plate
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 450BC
    • Production place: Attica
    • Find spot: Spina
  • cup

    Pottery: red-figured cup. Interior: man and woman.

    • Object type: cup
    • Producer: The Lid Painter (Attributed to)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 440BC
    • Production place: Attica
  • cup

    Pottery: red-figured cup. Interior: man and woman.

    • Object type: cup
    • Producer: The Lid Painter (Attributed to)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 430BC
    • Production place: Attica
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    cup

    Pottery: red-figured cup. Interior: youths. Exterior: youths.

    • Object type: cup
    • Producer: The Painter of the Yale Cup (Attributed to)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 470BC-460BC
    • Production place: Attica
  • cup

    Pottery: red-figured cup. Interior: warrior.

    • Object type: cup
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 500BC
    • Production place: Attica
    • Find spot: Turkey
  • cup

    Pottery: red-figured cup. Interior: warrior running. Exterior: warriors running.

    • Object type: cup
    • Producer: The Roundabout Painter (Attributed to)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 510BC-500BC
    • Production place: Attica
    • Find spot: Chiusi
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    cup

    Pottery: fragment of Attic red-figure cup. Exterior: right leg of naked (?) figure to the right; trace of handle root above, to the left of the leg. Relief line contour throughout; dilute glaze for minor interior markings.

    • Object type: cup
    • Producer: Makron (Attributed to)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 490BC
    • Production place: Attica
    • Find spot: Orvieto
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    cup

    Pottery: fragment of Attic red-figure cup. Exterior: bearded head to right with red garland. He was looking slightly downwards. Relief line contour throughout (except hair); lip damaged.

    • Object type: cup
    • Producer: Makron (Attributed to)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 490BC-480BC
    • Production place: Attica
    • Find spot: Orvieto
  • amphora

    Pottery: red-figured amphora; two men with staffs both sides; meander round neck.

    • Object type: amphora
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Etruscan
    • Production place: Italy
  • amphora

    Pottery: red figure amphora. Designs red on black ground, with white accessories; coarse style. On the neck, wave- and tongue-patterns; below each design, maeander. (a) A youth seated to left with white fillet, and chlamys under him,...

    • Object type: amphora
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production place: Attica
    • Find spot: Nola
  • epichysis

    Red figured pottery oinochoe depicting a female figure.

    • Object type: epichysis
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Greek
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    vessel

    Pottery: body fragment of small red-figured closed vessel with a female head to right.

    • Object type: vessel
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 4thC BC
    • Production place: Puglia
    • Find spot: Tarquinia
  • amphora

    Pottery: red-figured amphora. Designs red on black ground; coarse style. Above the designs, tongue-pattern with dots; below, a band of lozenge-pattern with dots. (a) Bearded male figure, with long sleeved chiton and himation, in right...

    • Object type: amphora
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 450BC-430BC
    • Production place: Attica
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    vessel

    Pottery: fourteen fragments of South Italian red-figured closed vessels.

    • Object type: vessel
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Western Greek
    • Production date: 4thC BC
    • Production place: Italy
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    vessel

    Pottery: three fragments of South Italian red-figured closed vessels.

    • Object type: vessel
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Western Greek
    • Production date: 4thC BC
    • Production place: Italy
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    vessel

    Pottery: two fragments of South Italian red-figured closed vessels.

    • Object type: vessel
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Western Greek
    • Production date: 4thC BC
    • Production place: Italy
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    vessel

    Pottery: nineteen fragments of South Italian red-figured closed vessels.

    • Object type: vessel
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Western Greek
    • Production date: 4thC BC
    • Production place: Italy
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    forgery; amphora

    Pottery: body sherd of red-figured amphora with two warriors, apparently shaking hands; probably a forgery.

    • Object type: forgery; amphora
  • vessel

    Pottery: two fragments of two Attic red-figured open vessels, one with athlete facing left holding jumping-weight, the other has draped figure leaning on staff.

    • Object type: vessel
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 5thC BC
    • Production place: Attica
    • Find spot: Agrigento
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    vessel

    Pottery: body fragment of Attic red-figured closed vessel; female figure to right.

    • Object type: vessel
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 5thC BC(late)
    • Production place: Attica
  • vessel

    Pottery: body fragment of Attic red-figured closed vessel; female head to left.

    • Object type: vessel
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 5thC BC(late)
    • Production place: Attica
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    vessel

    Pottery: two non-joining fragments of small closed Attic red-figured vessel; youth with two spears beside another figure with meander border.

    • Object type: vessel
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 5thC BC(late)
    • Production place: Attica
    • Find spot: Ephesus
  • vessel

    Pottery: body fragment of Attic red-figured closed vessel; youth below crossed arms of two other male figures.

    • Object type: vessel
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 440BC-400BC
    • Production place: Attica
    • Find spot: Greece
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    cup

    Pottery: handle from the tondo of an Attic red-figured cup; arm and shoulder of male figure.

    • Object type: cup
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 510BC-480BC
    • Production place: Attica
    • Find spot: Sanctuary of Hera
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    cup

    Pottery: fragment of tondo of Attic red-figured cup; youth to right.

    • Object type: cup
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 460BC-440BC
    • Production place: Attica
    • Find spot: Cyrenaica
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    amphora

    Pottery: handle from body of red-figured amphora; seated woman, kalathos and youth.

    • Object type: amphora
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 5thC BC(late)
    • Production place: Attica
    • Find spot: Cyrenaica
  • cup

    Fragment of the tondo of Attic pottery red-figured cup; naked youth seated on cloak to left.

    • Object type: cup
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 400BC
    • Production place: Attica
    • Find spot: Ephesus
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    cup

    Pottery: foot and stem of Attic red-figured cup.

    • Object type: cup
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 5thC BC
    • Production place: Attica
    • Find spot: Rhodes
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    bowl

    Fragment of the base of a large red-figured pottery bowl with wave and egg patterns.

    • Object type: bowl
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 400BC
    • Production place: Attica
    • Find spot: Kerch
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    vessel

    Thirteen fragments of red figured closed pottery vessel.

    • Object type: vessel
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 5thC BC
    • Production place: Attica
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    forgery; plaque

    Two fragments of a fake pottery plaque with red figure design of a bearded figure and an inscription.

    • Object type: forgery; plaque
    • Find spot: Athens
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    forgery; amphora

    Pottery amphora with the outlines of fake red figure decoration.

    • Object type: forgery; amphora
    • Find spot: Ruvo
  • amphora

    Pottery: red-figured amphora of Panathenaic shape. (a) A reveller (?). A nude wreathed ephebos walks with bent knees to right, looking back, and holding out by one handle in his right a large diota. Over his left shoulder he carries a...

    • Object type: amphora
    • Producer: The Flying-Angel Painter (Attributed to)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 500BC-480BC
    • Production place: Attica
  • amphora

    Pottery: red-figured sherd of an amphora showing mourning figures.

    • Object type: amphora
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 430BC
    • Production place: Attica
    • Find spot: Greece
  • plate

    Pottery: red-figured plate. Design outlined in black on red ground, with border of wave pattern in black. A female head to left, with kekryphalos, radiated sphendone, earrings, and necklace, and a curl in front of the ear; the head is...

    • Object type: plate
    • Producer: The Carthage Painter (Attributed to); Genucilia Group (Attributed to)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Etruscan
    • Production date: 350BC-325BC
    • Production place: Caere
  • stand

    Red-figure pottery stand for vase. Design red on black ground, with white accessories, placed just above the foot. On the top, a rosette surrounded by wave-pattern; below, zigzag lines and white rays; on the foot, wave-pattern and...

    • Object type: stand
    • Producer: The Kantharos Group (Attributed to)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 320BC-310BC
    • Production place: Apulia
    • Find spot: Fasano
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    neck-amphora

    Red-figured pottery neck-amphora; (a) naked youth turned to right; in front of him the step of a stele; in right hand a basket of fruit, in left a wreath; (b) female advancing; before her hangs a large phiale.

    • Object type: neck-amphora
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Greek
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    cup

    Pottery: fragment of Attic red-figure cup. Exterior: bearded head of a draped man wearing a red wreath and probably a himation. Head close up on rim. Relief line contour throughout (except dotted hair contour); thin reserved line inside...

    • Object type: cup
    • Producer: Makron (Attributed to)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 490BC
    • Production place: Attica
    • Find spot: Orvieto
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    krater

    Pottery: red-figured fragment of krater. Design red on black ground with white accessories. A female figure to the left with hair radiated in front, earrings, double necklace, long girt chiton, himation, and embroidered veil; on the...

    • Object type: krater
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Greek
    • Production date: 4thC BC
    • Production place: Italy
    • Find spot: Italy
  • cup

    Pottery Red Figure cup. Tondo shows an old man and a young man in conversation beside a pillar. Outside decorated with ten standing male figures in alternating arangement of a figure in short travellers cloak (Chlamys) and hat (Petasos)...

    • Object type: cup
    • Producer: The Painter of London E99 (Attributed to)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Classical Greek
    • Production date: 470BC
    • Production place: Attica
  • vessel

    Pottery sherd from a handle. Red-figure decoration of a palmette.

    • Object type: vessel
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Classical Greek
    • Production date: 500BC-300BC
    • Production place: Greece
    • Find spot: Macedonia
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    lekythos

    Pottery: red figure lekythos: winged Nike and a column.

    • Object type: lekythos
    • Producer: The Seireniske Painter (Attributed to)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Attic
    • Production date: 450BC-400BC
    • Production place: Attica
  • skyphos

    Campanian red figured pottery skyphos depicting a nude and a draped youth, possibly Basilicata ware.

    • Object type: skyphos
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Campanian
    • Production date: 4thC BC
    • Production place: Campania
    • Find spot: Basilicata
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    lebes gamikos

    South Italian red figured pottery cover of a lebes gamikos with an elongated knob, marked with an angular palmette opposite a swan with a wing raised, tendrils in between and vertical stripes around the side.

    • Object type: lebes gamikos
  • pelike

    Red figured pottery pelike. Designs red on black ground, with accessories of white and yellow. On the neck, (a) rosettes and dots, (b) laurel-wreath. Under the handles, palmettes; below, all round, wave-pattern. (a) Youth seated on raised...

    • Object type: pelike
    • Producer: Group of Zurich 2659 (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 340BC-320BC
    • Production place: Apulia
    • Find spot: Basilicata
  • skyphos

    Apulian red figured pottery skyphos. Designs red on black ground, with yellow accessories. Above each design, egg-moulding; under the handles, palmettes. (a) Nude youth seated on a mound to left, with fillet, holding out a phiale with...

    • Object type: skyphos
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 400BC-300BC
    • Production place: Apulia
  • skyphos

    Campanian red figured pottery skyphos depicting a female head facing towards the left wearing a embroidered cap, on both sides.

    • Object type: skyphos
    • Producer: The Danaid Group (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Campanian
    • Production date: 340BC-320BC
    • Production place: Campania
  • skyphos

    Campanian red figured pottery skyphos depicting a female figure standing and looking towards the right, holding a tympanon in her right hand and with her hair concealed underneah a cap; B: Youthful male figure clad in a mantle and standing...

    • Object type: skyphos
    • Producer: The Cassandra Painter (Related to); The Painter of Louvre K491 (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Campanian
    • Production date: 360BC-340BC
    • Production place: Campania
  • lebes gamikos

    Red figured pottery lebes gamikos with lid, Basilicata style.

    • Object type: lebes gamikos
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Western Greek
    • Production date: 400BC-300BC
    • Production place: Basilicata
    • Find spot: Athens
  • kantharos

    Red figured pottery kantharos. Foot restored. Designs red on black ground, with accessories of white and yellow. At the upper junctures of the handles, bearded heads in relief. (a) Female head to left, with open embroidered cap radiated...

    • Object type: kantharos
    • Producer: The Stoke-on-Trent Painter (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 340BC-320BC
    • Production place: Apulia
    • Find spot: Naples
  • kantharos

    Red figured pottery kantharos. Designs red on black ground, with accessories of white and yellow. (a) Female head to left, with open embroidered cap radiated in front earrings, and necklace; on either side, an Ionic column. (b) Similar...

    • Object type: kantharos
    • Producer: The Kantharos Group (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 320BC-310BC
    • Production place: Apulia
    • Find spot: Anzi
  • kantharos

    Apulian red figured pottery kantharos depicting a female head on either side.

    • Object type: kantharos
    • Producer: The Kantharos Group (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 320BC-310BC
    • Production place: Apulia
    • Find spot: Anzi
  • kantharos

    Lucanian red figured pottery kantharos depicting on either side a youth standing before a sepulchral chest, inscribed.

    • Object type: kantharos
    • Producer: The Schwerin Group (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Lucanian (Greek)
    • Production date: 400BC-390BC
    • Production place: Lucania
  • kantharos

    Red figured pottery kantharos. Designs red on black ground, with accessories of white and yellow. (a) Female head to left, with open embroidered cap radiated in front, earrings, and necklace; on either side, an Ionic column. (b) Similar...

    • Object type: kantharos
    • Producer: The Kantharos Group (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 320BC-310BC
    • Production place: Apulia
    • Find spot: Anzi
  • kantharos

    Apulian red figured pottery kantharos depicting on both sides of the vase a female head facing towards the left between two columns, ornamented with earings and a necklace, hair radiated over her forehead and partially covered with an...

    • Object type: kantharos
    • Producer: The Stoke-on-Trent Painter (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 340BC-320BC
    • Production place: Apulia
  • kantharos

    Apulian red figured pottery kantharos. Designs red on black ground, with accessories of white and yellow. (a) Female head to left, with open embroidered cap radiated in front earrings, and necklace; on either side, an Ionic column. (b)...

    • Object type: kantharos
    • Producer: The Kantharos Group (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 320BC-310BC
    • Production place: Apulia
  • oinochoe

    Red figured pottery oinochoe marked with a honeysuckle ornament, part of the mouth now missing.

    • Object type: oinochoe
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Greek
  • skyphos

    Red figured pottery skyphos marked with a draped youth facing towards the left on either side, both clad in a mantle.

    • Object type: skyphos
    • Producer: The APZ Painter (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Campanian
    • Production date: 330BC-320BC
    • Production place: Campania
  • skyphos

    Campanian red figured pottery skyphos depicting the figure of a youthful male facing towards the left and clad in a mantle on both sides; whitish deposit in places and one handle now missing.

    • Object type: skyphos
    • Producer: The APZ Painter (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Campanian
    • Production date: 330BC-320BC
    • Production place: Campania
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    skyphos

    Campanian red figured pottery skyphos depicting two youthful male figures, beardless and clad in a mantle, one on each side.

    • Object type: skyphos
    • Producer: The APZ Painter (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Campanian
    • Production date: 330BC-320BC
    • Production place: Campania
  • jug

    Apulian red figured pottery jug depicting a female head facing towards the left between palmettes; marked with vertical stripes on the tall neck, trefoil mouth and an over-arching handle.

    • Object type: jug
    • Producer: The Stoke-on-Trent Painter (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 340BC-320BC
    • Production place: Apulia
  • skyphos

    Campanian red figured pottery skyphos depicting; A: Youthful warrior moving towards the right, armed with a cuirass and holding a spear in his right hand; B: Youthful figure, advancing from the opposite side, probably his antagonist,...

    • Object type: skyphos
    • Producer: The Cassandra Painter (Related to); The Painter of Louvre K491 (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Campanian
    • Production date: 360BC-340BC
    • Production place: Campania
  • epichysis

    Red figured pottery epichysis marked with a wave pattern and vertical lines.

    • Object type: epichysis
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Western Greek
    • Production date: 4thC BC-3rdC BC
  • epichysis

    Apulian red figured pottery epichysis. Design red on black ground, with white accessories. Round the edge, wave-pattern; at the back, palmette and tendrils; on the body, white laurel-wreath. At the upper juncture of the handle are two...

    • Object type: epichysis
    • Producer: The Menzies Group (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 340BC-310BC
    • Production place: Apulia
  • epichysis

    Apulian red figured pottery epichysis. Design red on black ground, with white accessories. Round the edge, wave-pattern; at the back, palmette and tendrils; on the body, red and white laurel-wreath. At the upper juncture of the handle, two...

    • Object type: epichysis
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 400BC-300BC
    • Production place: Apulia
  • skyphos

    Campanian red figured pottery skyphos depicting; A: Draped youth facing towards the left, with his left hand muffled in a bordered mantle, B: Draped youthful figure facing towards the left with a narrow cloak wrapped around both arms, right...

    • Object type: skyphos
    • Producer: The Capua Painter (Painted by); The Painter of BM F63 (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Campanian
    • Production date: 360BC-325BC
    • Production place: Campania
  • epichysis

    South Italian red figured pottery epichysis. Design red on a black panel, with white accessories; above, wave-pattern; at the back, palmettes and tendrils. On the body, white laurel-wreath. Trefoil mouth. Youth kneeling to right, leaning...

    • Object type: epichysis
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 400BC-300BC
    • Production place: Apulia
  • epichysis

    Red figured pottery epichysis. Design red on black ground, with white accessories. Round the shoulder, egg-moulding; at the back, palmettes; round the body, a white ivy-wreath. The handle has two female heads in relief at the upper...

    • Object type: epichysis
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 350BC-300BC
    • Production place: Apulia
  • skyphos

    Campanian red figured pottery skyphos depicting, A: Female figure running towards the left and looking back, with her hair gathered in a knot behind, wearing an embroidered talaric chiton and sandals, her right hand is advanced; B:...

    • Object type: skyphos
    • Producer: The Three Dot Group (Attributed to)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Campanian
    • Production date: 370BC-340BC
    • Production place: Campania
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    skyphos

    Campanian red figured pottery skyphos depicting a female head facing towards the left, hair covered with a cap; style very coarse.

    • Object type: skyphos
    • Producer: The VPH Painter (Attributed to)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Campanian
    • Production date: 350BC-300BC
    • Production place: Campania
  • askos

    Pottery: red figured askos in the form of a astragalus, handle broken.

    • Object type: askos
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Western Greek
    • Production date: 400BC-300BC
    • Production place: Italy
    • Find spot: Tharros
  • lebes gamikos

    South Italian red figured pottery lid of a lebes gamikos in the form of a lekanis on a stand and with a knobbed lid; decorated with a laurel wreath on the upper surface of the stand and a wave pattern around the side of the stand, vertical...

    • Object type: lebes gamikos
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Western Greek
    • Production date: 400BC-300BC
    • Production place: Italy
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    pelike

    Red figured pottery pelike. Designs red on black ground, with white accessories. Above, (a) rosettes and white balls, (b) laurel-wreath. Under the handles, palmettes; below, all round, wave-pattern. (a) Youth to right, with beaded...

    • Object type: pelike
    • Producer: The Ginosa Painter (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 360BC-345BC
    • Production place: Apulia
    • Find spot: Nola
  • pelike

    South Italian red figured pottery pelike. Designs red on black ground, with white accessories. Above each side, laurel-wreath; under the handles, palmettes; below, all round, maeander. (a) Female figure seated on a rock to left, with hair...

    • Object type: pelike
    • Producer: The Painter of Bari 8010 (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 355BC-345BC
    • Production place: Apulia
  • pelike

    Apulian red figured pottery pelike. Designs red on black ground, with accessories of white and yellow. Above each side, laurel-wreath; below, all round, maeander and crosses; under the handles, palmettes. (a) Offerings at stele: Female...

    • Object type: pelike
    • Producer: The Painter of Bari 8010 (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 355BC-345BC
    • Production place: Apulia
  • olpe

    Apulian red figured pottery olpe. Design red on black ground, with white accessories. Round the upper part, egg-moulding and volutes; at the back, palmette and tendrils. Female head to left, with hair tied in a bunch, open embroidered...

    • Object type: olpe
    • Producer: The Bitonto Group (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 325BC-300BC
    • Production place: Apulia
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    skyphos

    Apulian red figured pottery skyphos depicting a female head facing to the left on either side, with hair radiated over their foreheads, ornamented with earings and a necklace and wearing an open cap; marked with a palmette and tendrils...

    • Object type: skyphos
    • Producer: The Ugento Painter (Attributed to)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 340BC-310BC
    • Production place: Puglia
  • pelike

    Apulian red figured pottery pelike depicting on each side a female head facing towards the left with their hair covered in a coif; marked on the neck with horizontal stripes.

    • Object type: pelike
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 4thC BC
    • Production place: Apulia
    • Find spot: Agrigento
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    skyphos

    Red figured pottery skyphos depicting a female head on either side facing to the right, ornamented with earings and an embroidered cap covering their hair; white accessories.

    • Object type: skyphos
    • Producer: The Monopoli Group (Attributed to)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 350BC-310BC
    • Production place: Apulia
  • amphora

    South Italian red figured pottery amphora depicting, A: On the right a youthful male seated on a rock holding out a phiale containing fruit and myrtle sprigs to a female figure standing before him, she holds out a fan to the youthful male...

    • Object type: amphora
    • Producer: The Flat-Head Painter (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 325BC-315BC
    • Production place: Apulia
  • pelike

    South Italian red figured pottery pelike. Designs red on black ground, with yellow accessories; above each, egg-moulding; below, (a) maeander, (b) zigzags. (a) Female figure moving to right, with hair tied in a bunch, open cap, beaded...

    • Object type: pelike
    • Producer: The Darius-Underworld Circle (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 340BC-300BC
    • Production place: Apulia
  • skyphos

    Apulian red figured pottery skyphos. Designs red on black ground, with white accessories. Above the designs, wave-pattern; under each handle, a palmette and tendrils. Bowl-shaped body and high foot; handles curving inwards. (a) Female...

    • Object type: skyphos
    • Producer: The Chevron Group (Close to)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 335BC-310BC
    • Production place: Puglia
    • Find spot: Puglia
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    amphora

    Red figured pottery amphora. Designs red and white, with yellow accessories, on black ground. On the lip, vine-wreath; on the neck, either side, a palmette. On the shoulder, (a) egg-moulding, tongue-pattern, and laurel-wreath; (b) tongue-...

    • Object type: amphora
    • Producer: The Patera Painter (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 345BC-325BC
    • Production place: Apulia
    • Find spot: Bari
  • pelike

    Apulian red figured pottery pelike. Designs red on black ground, with white accessories (faded). On the neck, (a) rosettes, (b) laurel-wreath; under the handles, palmettes; below, all round, maeander. (a) Female figure seated to left on a...

    • Object type: pelike
    • Producer: The Painter of Trieste S 432 (Attributed to); The Painter of Vatican V50 (Close to)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 360BC-350BC
    • Production place: Apulia
  • krater

    Red figured pottery krater with medallion handles. Designs red on black ground, with accessories of white and yellow; coarse style. On the neck, (a) above, maeander (red and white); (b) above, laurel-wreath (black on red); below,...

    • Object type: krater
    • Producer: The Stoke-on-Trent Painter (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 340BC-320BC
    • Production place: Apulia
  • column krater

    Apulian red figured pottery column krater depicting, A: A youth standing holding a spear and shield, a youth sitting and facing left and a female figure standing and holding a wreath in her right hand; B: Three draped youths; recorded in...

    • Object type: column krater
    • Producer: Group of Lecce 660 (Painted by)
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Apulian (Greek)
    • Production date: 365BC-355BC
    • Production place: Apulia