The early black-figured pottery of Attika in context (c. 630-570 BCE) / by Alexandra Alexandridou.

Setting as a starting point the introduction of the black-figure technique in Attic workshops at around 630 BCE, this book attempts a contextual analysis of Attic pottery until late in the first quarter of the sixth century BCE. The shapes and their functions, as well as the iconographic themes are...

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Main Author: Alexandridou, Alexandra-Fani, 1980-
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2011.
Series:Monumenta Graeca et Romana ; v. 17.
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504 |a Includes bibliographical references (pages xii-xxxix) and indexes. 
505 0 |a Introduction: History of research of Attic black-figure -- Attic early black-figured shapes -- Mixing vessels -- Skyphos-krater -- Egg-shaped krater -- Column-krater -- Lebes -- Pouring vessels -- Louterion -- Oinokhoe and olpe -- Drinking vessels -- Skyphos -- Cup -- Kantharos -- Chalice -- Transport vessels -- Amphora -- Hydria -- Loutrophoros -- Lekane and lekanis -- Plate -- Oil, perfume, and cosmetic containers -- Lekythos -- Aryballos -- Exaleiptron -- Amphoriskos -- Pyxis -- Conclusions -- Attic "Korinthianising" shapes and the symposion -- Illuminating Attic burial customs : early black-figured shapes and offering trenches -- Attic early black-figure painters -- The earliest generation of black-figure painters -- The early sixth century -- Mobility of potters and painters -- Attic early black-figure iconography -- Heroes -- Herakles -- Perseus -- Bellerophon -- Meleager -- Trojan cycle -- Peleus and Thetis -- The judgement of Paris -- Akhilleus receiving armour from Thetis -- Funeral games for Patroklos -- Departure of Antilokhos or of Amphiaraos -- Warriors' duels -- Deities -- Hermes -- Aglauridai -- Potnia and Despotes Theron, as well as comparable figures -- Mythological figures -- Silenoi and Nymphs -- Harpyiai -- Generic scenes -- Symposion and komasts -- Horses and chariots -- Processions of women -- Animals and protomes -- Animals -- Animal and human protomes -- Conclusions -- Distribution of the Attic early black-figured pottery -- Distribution within Attika -- Domestic Contexts -- Sanctuaries -- Nekropoleis -- Distribution outside Attika -- Aigina -- Korinthia -- Central Greece -- Islands -- Northern Greece -- Western Asia Minor and neighbouring islands -- Eastern Mediterranean -- North African coast : Egypt -- Kyrenaike -- The Black Sea area -- Etruria -- South Italy -- Sicily -- Southern France -- Spain -- Conclusions -- Traders of Attic early black-figured pottery -- A ceramic approach to early Archaic Attika -- Appendix 1: Catalogue of the Attic early black-figured vases -- Appendix 2: Distribution tables -- Appendix 3: Distribution maps -- Appendix 4: List of painters. 
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