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310009, ATHENIAN, Leipzig, Antikenmuseum der Universität Leipzig, T3323

  • Vase Number: 310009
  • Fabric: ATHENIAN
  • Technique: BLACK-FIGURE
  • Shape Name: AMPHORA, NECK
  • Provenance: ITALY, ETRURIA, CERVETERI
  • Date: -575 to -525
  • Attributed To: TYRRHENIAN GROUP by RUMPF
  • Decoration: A1: AMPHIARAOS DEPARTING, MOUNTING CHARIOT, WOMEN, ONE ERIPHYLE (?), YOUTH, DRAPED MAN (?), OLD MAN SEATED, WARRIORS
    B1: HEPHAISTOS LEADING WOMAN (PANDORA ?) ON MULE, TO OLYMPOS, ZEUS SEATED ON CHAIR WITH THUNDERBOLT, WOMEN (GODDESSES ?), GOD (?)
  • Last Recorded Collection: Leipzig, Antikenmuseum der Universität Leipzig: T3323
  • Publication Record: Beazley, J.D., Attic Black-Figure Vase-Painters (Oxford, 1956): 96.9
    Bentz, M. and Kästner, U. (eds.), Konservieren oder restaurieren: Die Restaurierung griechischer Vasen von der Antike bis heute, Beiheft zum Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum Deutschland III (Munich, 2007): 72, FIGS.4-7, PL.7.4 (A, COLOUR OF A)
    Carpenter, T.H., with Mannack, T. and Mendonca, M., Beazley Addenda, 2nd edition (Oxford, 1989): 25
    Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum: LEIPZIG, ANTIKENMUSEUM DER KARL MARX UNIVERSITAT 2, 12-13, PLS.(67,68) 6.1, 7.1-4 View Whole CVA Plates
    Crouwel, J.H., Chariots and other Wheeled Vehicles in Iron Age Greece, Allard Pierson Series 9 (Amsterdam, 1992): PL.28.2 (DRAWING OF PART OF A1)
    Filser, W., Die Elite Athens auf der attischen Luxuskeramik, Image & Context 16 (Berlin, Munich, Boston, 2017): 427, FIG.267 (A1)
    Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae: IV, PL.237, HALIMEDES 2 (PART)
    Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae: IV, PL.404, HEPHAISTOS 231 (PART OF B)
    Paul, E., Schwarzfigurige Vasen, Kleine Reihe des Antiken-Museums der Universität Leipzig, 1 (1995): 8-9, NO.3 (COLOUR OF A AND B1)
  • AVI Web: https://www.avi.unibas.ch/DB/searchform.html?ID=4336
  • AVI Record Number: 4167
  • LIMC ID: 26171
  • LIMC Web: http://ark.dasch.swiss/ark:/72163/080e-7516866c2253a-8
  • CAVI Collection: Leipzig T 3323.
  • CAVI Lemma: BF Tyrrhenian neck amphora. From Cerveteri. Unattributed (in Beazley); Kyllenios Painter (Paul, CVA). Second quarter sixth (?). 560-550 (?).
  • CAVI Subject: A: Amphiaraus leaving home in a chariot. B: in the center, Zeus seated, conversing with Hephaestus; at left: a veiled woman; Dionysus; two women gesticulating; at right, Hermes, a mule cart with a seated woman between a woman and a sea god{1}.
  • CAVI Inscriptions: A, B, each: small-nonsense inscriptions: imitation letters. A: seven inscriptions, including an inscription beneath Zeus' throne. B: at least three inscriptions. E.g.: B: before Zeus' legs: εο(σ)ο(.).
  • CAVI Footnotes: {1} Hephaestus bringing Pandora to Olympus? (Rumpf). Höckmann: Thetis before her marriage to Peleus. Brommer: prior to the Birth of Athena, or wedding of Hephaestus and Aphrodite. Meyer thinks: wedding of Hephaestus and Pasithea, a sister of Amphitrite and daughter of Nereus. At right are visitors to Olympus: Doris, Pasithea, Nereus; at left are Olympians.
  • CAVI Comments: The writing does not look like the Kyllenios Painter's. Sigma = [.
  • CAVI Number: 4167
  • AVI Bibliography: Photos. — Bothmer (1944), 166/6. — ABV (1956), 96/9. — E. Paul, CVA Leipzig 2, East Germany 2 (1973), pls. 6-7. — Höckmann (1977), 181ff. — Brommer (1978), pl. 12,2 (A). — H. Meyer (1982), 617-20, figs. 1-2 (B, side; bibl.). — Add.[2] (1989), 25.
  • 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/422859
  • Coordinates: 41.992798,12.092428
  • Pleiades Coordinates: 42.0047755,12.10281885
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