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Accession_Number 35.5.27-29
adlib_title Attic red figure kylix
Shape Kylix
Shape_description Fragments, 1 consisting of seven pieces joined, 2 of two, 3 of three, probably all from one cup.
Material Terracotta
Fabric Attic
Fabric_description
Munsell_color 10YR 6/4
Decoration (27) Interior, remnants of black background, geometric border at the bottom. Exterior, clothes of a human, possibly male to the left, with signs of another human beside the person to the right. (28) Interior is reserved, with a line around the rim. Exterior, head and shoulder of youth; tablets hanging on wall, strings in added red; also a head of another youth. (29) Interior black, with signs of a border in red at the bottom left. Exterior, pattern of swirls and leaves iin red - covers entire fragment.
Inscriptions
Condition Slightly chipped.
Technique/Style Red figure
Provenance
Period High Classical
Date 430
Dating_details
Artist Painter of Heidelberg 209
Attribution Beazley: ARV2 1288.4
Image
2003.21.0073.jpg
2003.21.0073.jpg
Top view of two fragments of an Attic kylix, showing parts of two figures in himatia.
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2003.22.0001.jpg
2003.22.0001.jpg
Top view of three fragment of a kylix.
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2003.22.0004.jpg
2003.22.0004.jpg
Top view of two fragments of an Attic kylix, showing the meander border.
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2004.10.0006.jpg
2004.10.0006.jpg
Top view of two fragments of an Attic kylix, showing parts of two figures in himatia.
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2004.10.0086.jpg
2004.10.0086.jpg
Top view of two fragments of an Attic kylix, showing parts of two figures in himatia.
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2004.10.0098.jpg
2004.10.0098.jpg
Top view of a fragment of an Attic kylix.
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2004.10.0099.jpg
2004.10.0099.jpg
Top view of a fragment of an Attic kylix.
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Comparanda
Bibliography CVA Reading 1, pl. 25.1, 2, 3; ARV2 1288.4
Archive_Ref reference 1
Beazley_DB 217293
Height 6.0
Diameters 3.8
Handle_height
Other_dims. (27) H. 6.0; Diam. 3.8. (28) H. 2.7; Diam. 8.1. (29) H. 2.9; Diam. 7.7
Location 11.1.3
Edited_by Jessica; Karen; Kinsey
Date_edited 02.07.2003; 20.04.2004; 06.01.2006
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