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Greek - Black Figure Vase - Lion.  On line with the AAO.  http://www.artapprenticeonline.com/

Greek - Black Figure Vase - Lion. On line with the AAO. http://www.artapprenticeonline.com/

Atalanta and Peleus Wrestling

Peleus and Atalanta wrestling (Painter of Munich name vase, Attic black-figure amphora, BC)

This vase is of considerable importance, for although it is not an official prize amphora, the decoration on the obverse refers to numerous aspects of the Panathenaic festival. The image of Athena in the center is that of Athena Polias, the goddess of the Akropolis who invariably occupies the obverse of the Panathenaic prize vases. In front of her is a burning altar, and behind it a flute-player. The Panathenaic games included not only athletic but also musical competitions, to which this…

Terracotta neck-amphora of Panathenaic shape (jar) Attributed to the Princeton Painter Period: Archaic Date: ca.

Ceramica Arcaica: Aquiles y Hector

Achilles and Penthesilea. This pottery dates from around 540 BC and is attributed to Exekias, an Ancient Greek vase painter and potter.

Pottery: black-figured hydria.  The Strife of Ajax and Odysseus over the arms of Achilles: Between the combatants is Agamemnon interposing to separate them. On the left is Ajax to right, nude, bearded, with drawn sword in right hand, sheath in left, confronting Odysseus, who is nude and beardless, and holds sword in left hand, sheath in right. Each of them is seized round the waist by a nude male figure, who prevents them from attacking one another.  Attic Archaic Greek, 520BC (circa)

Pottery: black-figured hydria. The Strife of Ajax and Odysseus over the arms of Achilles: Between the combatants is Agamemnon interposing to separate them. On the left is Ajax to right, nude, bearded, with drawn sword in right hand, sheath in left, confronting Odysseus, who is nude and beardless, and holds sword in left hand, sheath in right. Each of them is seized round the waist by a nude male figure, who prevents them from attacking one another. Attic Archaic Greek, 520BC (circa)

AN ATTIC BLACK-FIGURED AMPHORA - ATTRIBUTED TO THE MANNER OF THE ANTIMENES PAINTER, CIRCA 520-510 B.C.

An Attic black-figured amphora, attributed to the manner of the antimenes painter, circa BC.

Attic black figure Amphora of the E Group - Vatican Museums

A victorious athlete lifts a large tripod, surrounded by another four nude athletes in gestures of greeting and approval.

Hydrie (calpis) à figures noires : Héraclès chez Pholos. Héraclès lui demande d'ouvrir la jarre de vin que Dionysos avait confiée aux centaures. Vers 520-510 av J.-C. Paris, musée du Louvre

Attic black-figure hydria: Centaur Pholus lets his friend Heracles taste the wine in his cave on Mount Pelion. Heracles asked him to open the jar of wine that Dionysus had entrusted to the centaurs. About BC, Musée du Louvre, Paris

Changing Personalities – Ancient Greek Vases and Attribution | NGV

Changing Personalities – Ancient Greek Vases and Attribution

Attic Black-Figure Neck Amphora; Attributed to Leagros Group (Greek (Attic), active 525 - 500 B.C.); Athens, Greece; about 510 B.C.; Terracotta; 30.2 cm (11 7/8 in.); 86.AE.80; J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California

Artist/Maker(s): Attributed to Leagros Group (Greek (Attic), active 525 - 500 B. Place(s): Athens, Greece (Place created). Date: about 510 B.

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