Ure Museum Database



Browse
Accession_Number 50.4.5
adlib_title Etruscan black figure beaked oinochoe
Shape Beaked oinochoe
Shape_description Type 7a. Cut-away neck, with a vertical strap handle attached to the lowest part, rejoining the body at the bottom of the shoulder; cylindrical neck sharply joining sloping shoulder, which curves into the ovoid upper body, tapering into a cylindrical lower body; raised base; reserved on the interior, underside and resting surface.
Material Terracotta
Fabric Etruscan
Fabric_description
Munsell_color 7.5YR 7/6
Decoration Interior of the neck until almost the beginning of the shoulder black. The rest of the interior reserved. On the exterior, neck and handle black. The lower part of the neck is decorated with a row of eggs. The lower part of the handle, at the height of the shoulder bears part of the decoration of a palmette the rest of which covers the body and is hown upside down. The body is decorated in black figure with a palmette-lotus frieze below with double-chevron palmette heart. The lower part of the body remains black fired brownish.
Inscriptions
Condition Intact. Pattern badly worn away. Chip to rim at front and a few to base. Part of the decoration fired brownish. White deposits covering the entire underside of the foot. Gloss worn at aprts on the neck. Small chips and scratches on the body.
Technique/Style Black figure
Provenance Said to be from Pompeii
Period Late Classical
Date 400-375
Dating_details
Artist Group of Toronto 495
Attribution Beazley 1947, 182 named this group of Etruscan vases decorated with (floral) patterns after one of the several similar type 7 oinochoai in Toronto. Look for ref. to Harari ?
Image
2003.92.0314.jpg
2003.92.0314.jpg
Right side view of an Etruscan beaked oinochoe, showing handle, cut away rim and palmette decoration.
->add to myUre
2003.92.0315.jpg
2003.92.0315.jpg
Front view of an Etruscan beaked oinochoe, showing palmette decoration.
->add to myUre
2003.92.0316.jpg
2003.92.0316.jpg
Left side view of an Etruscan beaked oinochoe, showing handle, cut away rim and palmette decoration.
->add to myUre
2003.92.0317.jpg
2003.92.0317.jpg
Back view of an Etruscan beaked oinochoe, showing the strap handle.
->add to myUre
2003.92.0318.jpg
2003.92.0318.jpg
Oblique top view of an Etruscan beaked oinochoe, showing the mouth and top of handle.
->add to myUre
2003.92.0319.jpg
2003.92.0319.jpg
Bottom view of an Etruscan beaked oinochoe, showing the reserved base and bottom portion of body.
->add to myUre
Oblique top view of the left side of a beaked Etruscan oinochoe.
->add to myUre
Right side view of a beaked Etruscan oinochoe, showing the handle to the left.
->add to myUre
Back view of a beaked Etruscan oinochoe, showing the handle.
->add to myUre
Right side view of a beaked Etruscan oinochoe, showing the handle to the right.
->add to myUre
Top view of a beaked Etruscan oinochoe, showing the mouth and top of handle.
->add to myUre
Bottom view of a beaked Etruscan oinochoe, showing the base.
->add to myUre
2008.99.0567.jpg
2008.99.0567.jpg
Oblique top view of a beaked Etruscan oinochoe, showing the mouth and top of handle.
->add to myUre
2008.99.0568.jpg
2008.99.0568.jpg
Left side view of a beaked Etruscan oinochoe, showing the handle to the left.
->add to myUre
2008.99.0569.jpg
2008.99.0569.jpg
Back view of a beaked Etruscan oinochoe, showing the handle.
->add to myUre
2008.99.0570.jpg
2008.99.0570.jpg
Right side view of a beaked Etruscan oinochoe, showing the handle, to right.
->add to myUre
2008.99.0571.jpg
2008.99.0571.jpg
Front view of a beaked Etruscan oinochoe.
->add to myUre
2008.99.0572.jpg
2008.99.0572.jpg
Top view of a beaked Etruscan oinochoe, showing the mouth and top of handle.
->add to myUre
2008.99.0573.jpg
2008.99.0573.jpg
Bottom view of a beaked Etruscan oinochoe, showing the base.
->add to myUre
Comparanda
Bibliography cf. CVA Warsaw 6, pls.49.3-4, 50.3-8.
Archive_Ref
Beazley_DB
Height 28.8
Diameters Neck 6.9; body 14.5; base 7.9
Handle_height 11.3
Other_dims.
Location Timeline 2c bottom
Edited_by Denise; Amy; Kinsey; Teifi
Date_edited 09.08.2002; 04.12.2003; 17.01.2006; 18.08.2006
The Ure Museum is part of
The University of Reading, Whiteknights, PO Box 217, Reading, RG6 6AH