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Etrusco-Corinthian pottery alabastron decorated with polychrome painting representing a warrior, a panther, birds and floral decoration. The warrior may be wearing a mask as face protection.
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Height: 15.70 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- Amyx, Darrel A. ‘The Mingor Painter and Others: Etrusco Corinthian Addenda.’ Studi Etruschi XXXV. 1967. p. 87-111. pl. 39, the Warrior Painter.
Szilagyi, Janos G. ‘Le fabbriche di ceramic etrusco-corinzia a Tarquinia.’ Studi Etruschi XL. 1972. p. 19-73. (“Painter of American Academy,” no. 18, p. 73)
Phillips, Kyle M.; Jr. ‘Masks on a canopic urn and an Etrusco-Corinthian perfume pot.’ Italian Iron Age Artefacts in the British Museum. Papers of the Sixth British Museum Classical Colloquium, 1982, edited by Judith Swaddling. London: British Museum Publications Ltd, 1986. p. 153-158. fig. 7. See note 24.
- On display (G71/dc22)
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- Greek and Roman
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