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Accession_Number 22.3.22
adlib_title Apulian red figure krater
Shape Krater
Shape_description Rim fragment of a bell krater
Material Terracotta
Fabric Apulian
Fabric_description
Munsell_color 5YR 7/4
Decoration There is a red line on the joining point of the rim and body (the bit of rim that is preserved is reserved). In the middle of the scene, there is a draped youth facing part of a second draped figure (on the right), who is holding a walking-stick. The details of the drapery are rendered with thick and thin lines. In the left bottom corner of the fragment there is the lowest right part of a palmette or tendril. There is also a double-meander pattern beneath, with a saltive square (cross with dots) and the rest of the fragment is black. The interior is also black.
Inscriptions
Condition Single fragment. There are two spots that have been chipped off from the bottom of the exterior and ca. 5.0 cm from the top of the interior. There are also small bits that have been peeled off from the interior, which is almost covered with white plaster. Traces of plaster are also apparent on the external surface.
Technique/Style Red figure
Provenance Perhaps from Ruvo
Period Late Classical
Date 375-350
Dating_details
Artist Lecce Painter
Attribution Trendall and Cambitoglou, RFVA 1.124.210, attribute this fragment to the 'developed style' of the Lecce Painter, a follower of the Tarporley Painter.
Image
2003.28.0006.jpg
2003.28.0006.jpg
Fragment from bell krater. Two youths, one with stick (right); part of tendril (left).
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2006.20.0109.jpg
2006.20.0109.jpg
Vertical view of the outside of a rim-fragment of an Apulian bell krater, showing two youths.
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2006.20.0110.jpg
2006.20.0110.jpg
Vertical view of the inside of a rim-fragment of an Apulian bell krater.
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2007.01.0080.jpg
2007.01.0080.jpg
Vertical view of the outside of a rim-fragment of an Apulian bell krater, showing two youths.
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2007.01.0104.jpg
2007.01.0104.jpg
Vertical view of the outside of a rim-fragment of an Apulian bell krater, showing two youths.
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2010.98.0170.jpg
2010.98.0170.jpg
Horizontal view (up side on the right)of the outside of a rim-fragment of an Apulian bell krater, showing two youths.
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2010.98.0171.jpg
2010.98.0171.jpg
Horizontal view (up side on the left)of the outside of a rim-fragment of an Apulian bell krater, showing two youths.
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2010.98.0173.jpg
2010.98.0173.jpg
Horizontal view (upside on the right) of the inside of a rim-fragment of an Apulian bell krater
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Comparanda
Bibliography CVA Reading 1, pl. 32.2; Cambitoglou/Trendall 1961, 65.8; RFVA 5/210
Archive_Ref reference 1
Beazley_DB
Height
Diameters
Handle_height
Other_dims. L. 21.2; W. 16.6
Location 3.2.1
Edited_by Hannah; Georgia; Karen
Date_edited 16.08.2002; 26.06.2003; 21.04.2004
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