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Accession_Number 26.12.18
adlib_title Attic black figure kylix
Shape Kylix
Shape_description
Material Terracotta
Fabric Attic
Fabric_description
Munsell_color 7.5YR 6/6
Decoration Inside is black with reserved rim and central medallion outlined with bands and has a picture of a man with a staff. Figures in black with incised detail. Two handles, one on each side, are black on the top and reserved underneath. Below each handle is a single ivy leaf. The outer surface has a similar picture both sides of a satyr attacking a maenad between two palmettes. Branches with fruit in the field.
Inscriptions
Condition Restored in two places at rim. Paint worn from handles. Design on the outer surface remains clear. Band on base worn badly.
Technique/Style Black figure
Provenance
Period High Classical
Date 450
Dating_details
Artist Haimon Group: Haimon Painter
Attribution Beazley attributes this to the Manner of the Haimon Painter: ABV 562.556
Image
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Back view of an Attic black-figure kylix.
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Black-figure kylix showing palmettes, branches with black fruit and two figures.
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Black-figure kylix, inner view, of a man.
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Back view of an Attic black-figure kylix.
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Front view of an Attic black-figure kylix.
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Top view of an Attic black-figure kylix, showing, in the tondo, a man with a staff and a pipe case, walking to the right.
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Bottom view of an Attic black-figure kylix, showing the design underneath the cup of a satyr attacking a maenad between two palmettes.
Comparanda
Bibliography CVA Reading 1, pl. 9.8, 10.7; ABV 562.556
Archive_Ref reference 1
reference 2
Beazley_DB 331652
Height 7.0
Diameters Body 19.5; medallion 11.5; base 8.0
Handle_height 1.0
Other_dims.
Location 3.2.5
Edited_by Denise; Karen; Joana Varela
Date_edited 04.09.2002; 05.04.2004; 9.7.2007; 19.04.2017
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