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213635, ATHENIAN, Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, M1346

  • Vase Number: 213635
  • Fabric: ATHENIAN
  • Technique: RED-FIGURE
  • Shape Name: STAMNOS
  • Provenance: ITALY, S. AGATA DE GOTI
  • Date: -475 to -425
  • Inscriptions: Named: DEXAMENOS, DAIANEIRA, OINEUS, PYLADES
  • Attributed To: POLYGNOTOS, GROUP OF by BEAZLEY
  • Decoration: A: OINEUS (NAMED, OLD) WITH SCEPTRE, HERAKLES (BEARDLESS), WITH BOW AND QUIVER ATTACKING CENTAUR (NAMED, DEXAMENOS) DEIANEIRA FLEEING (NAMED)
    B: WOMEN FLEEING TO OLD MAN (NAMED, PYLADES)
  • Current Collection: Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale: 81535
  • Previous Collections:
    • Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale: M1346
    • Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale: H3089
  • Publication Record: Beazley, J.D., Attic Red-Figure Vase-Painters, 2nd edition (Oxford, 1963): 1050.4 , 1680
    Burn, L. and Glynn, R., Beazley Addenda (Oxford, 1982): 157
    Carpenter, T.H., with Mannack, T. and Mendonca, M., Beazley Addenda, 2nd edition (Oxford, 1989): 321
    Kressirer, K., Das Greisenalter in der griechischen Antike. Untersuchung der Vasenbilder und Schriftquellen der archaischen und klassischen Zeit (Hamburg, 2016): 835, NO.154 (A)
    Matheson, S.B., Polygnotos and Vase Painting in Classical Athens (Madison, 1995): 218, PL.164 (PART OF A)
    Muth, S., Gewalt im Bild, Das Phänomen der medialen Gewalt im Athen des 6. und 5. Jahrhunderts v. Chr. (Berlin, 2008): 503, FIG.365 (A)
    Prospettiva Rivista dell' arti antica e moderna (Siena): 72 (1993) 10, FIGS.19-20 (A, B)
    Prospettiva Rivista dell' arti antica e moderna (Siena): 75-76 (1994) 82, FIG.13 (DRAWINGS OF A AND B)
    Schefold, K. and Jung, F., Die Urkönige, Perseus, Bellerophon, Herakles und Theseus in der klassischen und hellenistischen Kunst (Munich, 1988): 188, FIG.229 (DRAWING OF A)
    Schultz, P. and von den Hoff, R. (eds.), Structure, Image, Ornament: Architectural Sculpture in the Greek World Proceedings of an international conference held at the American School of Classical Studies, 27-28 November 2004 (Oxford, 2009): 146, FIG.12.17 (DRAWING OF A)
    Vollkommer, R., Herakles in the Art of Classical Greece (Oxford, 1988): 26, FIG.36 (DRAWING OF A)
  • AVI Web: https://www.avi.unibas.ch/DB/searchform.html?ID=5684
  • AVI Record Number: 5462
  • LIMC ID: 4311
  • LIMC Web: http://ark.dasch.swiss/ark:/72163/080e-73e0a5b54a6a3-8
  • CAVI Collection: Naples 81,535.
  • CAVI Lemma: RF stamnos. From S. Agata de' Goti. Group of Polygnotos. Third quarter fifth.
  • CAVI Subject: A: Heracles and the centaur Eurytion. B: women fleeing to an old man.
  • CAVI Inscriptions: A: the centaur: Δεξαμενος, retr.{1}. Δαιανειρα, retr. [sic]. Οινευς. B: the old man: Πυλαδες{2}.
  • CAVI Footnotes: {1} written in confusion for Eurytion (Beazley). {2} all inscriptions from Matheson's cat.
  • CAVI Comments: = 3089. The same subject on London 1898.7-16.5, not inscribed. Matheson: Beazley and others declared the inscriptions to be mistaken and the scene to be of Heracles and Eurytion, with the daughter of king Dexamenos. Vollkommer however accepts the inscriptions, citing parallels for the name Dexamenos and for Oineus as the father of Deianeira. [But there is a good deal of confusion in the sources about the names in the Eurytion story.]
  • CAVI Number: 5462
  • AVI Bibliography: ARV[2] (1963), 1050/4, 1680. — LIMC iii (1986), 359 (dr.), Deianeira II/2, Dexamenos II/1. — Vollkommer (1988), fig. 36. — Add.[2] (1989), 321. — Matheson (1995), 217-19 and nn. 18-20, 446/PGU5, pl. 164.
  • CAVI / AVI Data from Henry Immerwahr's Corpus of Attic Vase Inscriptions (CAVI), updated by Rudoph Wachter's Attic Vase Inscriptions (AVI)
  • Pleiades URI: https://pleiades.stoa.org/places/423034
  • Coordinates: 41.089961,14.498692
  • Pleiades Coordinates: 41.943165,12.421415

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