University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
Object Number:L-64-229
Current Location: Collections Storage
Culture:Apulian
South Italian
Provenience: Italy
Apulia
Manufacture Location: South Italy
Date Made: 399-300 BC
Early Date: -399
Late Date: -300
Section:Mediterranean
Materials:Ceramic
Technique:Red Figure
Iconography:Window
Youth
Branch
Basket
Woman
Phiale
Spear
Strigil
Pedestal
Height: 44.7 cm
Outside Diameter:33 cm
Other Number:02-878 - Philadelphia Museum of Art Number

Description

A. Within a frame of ornamental patterns are, left to right, a seated woman facing right holding a branch and a basket; and a youth wearing a tall pointed cap and a short garment with short sleeves, holding a spear upright in left hand and a phiale (?) held out toward woman in the other. A plant between the two and in the field fillets, rosettes, and a phiale. B. Two youths, draped, facing each other, a pedestal (?) between them. Youth at right holds out strigil; youth at left holds a vertical staff in front of him. In field, two windows (?), rectangular, and a phiale (?).


Bibliography:

[Book] Trendall, Arthur D., and Cambitoglou, Alexander. 1978. The Red-Figured Vases of Apulia.. Clarendon Press. Vol. 1. Type Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: ch, 14, no. 205, p. 386, pl. 131, 2View Objects related to this Type Citation

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