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Object Number:MS5465
Current Location: Greece Gallery
Currently On Display
Culture:Attic
Provenience: Italy
South Italy
Manufacture Location: Attica
Period: Classical Greek Period
Date Made: 470-460 BC
Early Date: -470
Late Date: 470-460 BC
Section:Mediterranean
Materials:Ceramic
Technique:Red Figure
Iconography:Apollo
Artemis
Altar
Lyre
Oinochoe
Quiver
Warrior
Height: 34.2 cm
Outside Diameter:19 cm
Credit Line:Purchased from E. Canessa, 1916

Description

Nolan amphora. A) Apollo, in frontal pose, facing left, phiale in right hand stretched out over an altar with volutes, lyre on left side, hand behind strings, otherwise unsupported. B) Artemis standing, facing left, fully draped, holding up oinochoe in right hand. Quiver on back, projecting above left shoulder. Intact. In very good condition save that area around Artemis is glazed a different color from the rest: a different solution of glaze?


Current & Past Exhibitions:

Ancient Greek World (08 May 1994) View Objects in Exhibition
Classical Gallery: Greece (1975 - 1989) View Objects in Exhibition

Bibliography:

[Electronic] 1997. The Perseus Project. Tufts University. Actual CitationView Objects related to this Actual Citation
[Article] Matthews, Kenneth D.. 1970. "The Imperial Wardrobe of Ancient Rome". Expedition: The Magazine of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.. Philadelphia. University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Vol. 12. no. 3. pg. 2-13 Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: p.6View Objects related to this Actual Citation
[Article] Luce, Stephen B.. 1917. "A Group of Greek Vases". The Museum Journal.. Philadelphia. University of Pennsylvania Museum. Vol. 8. no. no. 1 (March). pg. 15-28 Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: pp. 27-28, fig. 7View Objects related to this Actual Citation

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