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Accession_Number 35.5.34
adlib_title Attic red figure kylix
Shape Kylix
Shape_description Fragmentary. Foot, handles, and considerable parts of the bowl missing.
Material Terracotta
Fabric Attic
Fabric_description
Munsell_color
Decoration Inside, reserved line around the rim; in a medallion framed by a key pattern broken by a chequered square, a male in himation leaning on a stick in conversation with an athlete (legs only). Outside, between palmettes an athlete with his arm resting on a pillar over which his cloak falls; on his right a man with a stick, on his left another male (face missing). Relief contour for pillar, walking sticks, and back of neck of all the figures. Hair contour reserved. Added colour, probably red, for fillet of bearded man, white for garland of the clothed figure in the medallion.
Inscriptions
Condition
Technique/Style Red figure
Provenance
Period
Date 425-400
Dating_details
Artist Painter of London E 106
Attribution
Image
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2003.22.0003.jpg
Fragmentary kylix, inside. Shows medallion framed by key pattern, containing depiction of a male in himation (below) leaning on a stick, in conversation with an athlete; the legs of the athlete are visible (above).
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2003.22.0006.jpg
Fragment from kylix, outside. Shows an athlete with his arm resting on a pillar over which his cloak falls (center); on his right a man with a stick, on his left another male (face missing). Scene flanked by two palmettes.
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2003.22.0007.jpg
Fragment from kylix, inside.
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2003.22.0008.jpg
Fragment from kylix, inside.
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2003.62.0003.jpg
Fragments from an Attic kylix.
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2003.62.0005.jpg
Selected fragments all 35.5.34 from an Attic kylix.
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2004.10.0083.jpg
Fragment of an Attic kylix showing an arm and part of a hip.
Comparanda
Bibliography CVA Reading 1, pl. 25.8
Archive_Ref
Beazley_DB
Height
Diameters
Handle_height
Other_dims.
Location 11.1.3
Edited_by Karen; Jayne
Date_edited 20.04.2004
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