University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Athropology


Author: Michael M. Eisman

How a Greek Artist Once Painted Himself Into a Corner

By: Michael M. Eisman

I have been working on a study of the Attic kyathos, examining most of the extant examples of this small black-figured vase made in the late sixth and very early fifth century B.C. The kyathos has a single high-slung handle, a cup about the size of a good coffee mug and a base which allows […]