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14.9.103 B. Philippaki, The Attic Stamnos (Cambridge 1967) 28 n. 1 2007.08.0009.jpg
2007.1.2B Sotheby, sale catalogue: 12.7.1939, 192 (described as an Attic, 6 c. Mug, mended, with 2 warriors, with spears; handle with ivy leaf); J.D. Beazley, ARV2 156.61; Add2 181 2007.7.0008.jpg
38.4.7 CVA Reading 1, pl. 8.8; E. Brann, AJA 63 (1959) 178 ff.; Theodora Rombos, The Iconography of Attic Late Geometric II Pottery (Jonsered 1988) 221, table 31. 2003.95.0088.jpg
39.8.2 CVA Reading 1, pl. 24.3; H.R. Immerwahr, A Corpus of Attic Vase Inscriptions (1998) 4.1834-35 no. 6973. 2003.21.0014.jpg
39.8.3 CVA Reading 1, pl. 24.1; ARV2 144.7; Add2 178; H.R. Immerwahr, A Corpus of Attic Vase Inscriptions (1998) 4.1835 no. 6974. 2003.21.0009.jpg
39.8.4 CVA Reading 1, pl. 24.2; ARV2 1580; H.R. Immerwahr, A Corpus of Attic Vase Inscriptions (1998) 4.1835 no. 6975. 2003.99.0023.jpg
39.8.5 CVA Reading 1, pl. 24.4; ARV2 443.217; D. Buitron-Oliver, Douris. A Master-Painter of Athenian Red-Figure Vases. Kerameus 9 (1995) 77/71 pl. 51; H.R. Immerwahr, A Corpus of Attic Vase Inscriptions (1998) 4.1835-36 no. 6976. 2003.61.0005.jpg
50.10.1 Ure 1963, 58 no. 2; Coldstream 1968, 78-81 no. 16; Theodora Rombos, The Iconography of Attic Late Geometric II Pottery (Jonsered 1988) 320 table 47, 510 no. 323, pl. 44a-b. 2003.95.0091.jpg
51.4.7 K. Schauenburg, AA 1974, 207 n. 25; K. Schauenburg, AA 1981, 333, n. 5, fig. 6; H.R. Immerwahr, A Corpus of Attic Vase Inscriptions (1998) 4.1836 no. 6977 2003.97.0864.jpg
52.3.2 Sotheby Cat. 21 June 1899, no. 362; ARV2 1330.7; Ure 1963, 61 no. 19, fig. 16; Para 479; Add2 365; Cecil Smith, Cat 76; J.D. Beazley, AJA 61 (1957) 8, xxii; H.A. Shapiro, Personifications in Greek Art (1993) 238.33, 88, fig. 42, 117, fig. 68, 172, fig. 132; LIMC 4, 126 s.v. Eutychia no. 3; LIMC 5 s.v. Himeros no. 9; H.R. Immerwahr, A Corpus of Attic Vase Inscriptions (1998) 4.1836 no. 6878; A.C. Smith, Personifications (forthcoming). 2004.08.0013.jpg
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