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8110, ATHENIAN, Stanford (CA), Stanford University, Stanford (CA), Stanford University, Basel, market, Münzen und Medaillen A.G., 1970.12

  • Vase Number: 8110
  • Fabric: ATHENIAN
  • Technique: RED-FIGURE
  • Shape Name: KRATER, VOLUTE
  • Date: -450 to -400
  • Attributed To: Manner of KLEOPHON P by CAHN
  • Decoration: A: TRIPTOLEMOS SEATED IN WINGED CHARIOT DRAWN BY SNAKES WITH PHIALE, DEPARTING, DEMETER WITH OINOCHOE, PERSEPHONE, WOMEN WITH TORCHES, ONE SEATED
    B: DIONYSOS WITH THYRSOS AND KANTHAROS, PAPPOSILENOS WITH WINESKIN, MAENADS, ONE WITH LYRE, ONE WITH OINOCHOE AND TORCH (?)
    Under handle 1: PAN IN DEER SKIN
    Under handle 2: SATYR IN LEOPARD SKIN WITH THYRSOS
  • Last Recorded Collection: Stanford (CA), Stanford University: 70.12
  • Previous Collections:
    • Basel, market, Münzen und Medaillen A.G.
    • Stanford (CA), Stanford University: 1970.12
  • Publication Record: Boschung, D., Greub, T., and Hammerstaedt, J. (eds.), Geographische Kenntnisse und ihre konkreten Ausformungen (Munich, 2013): 111-114, FIGS.9-12 (A, B, UH)
    Clinton, K., Myth and Cult, The Iconography of the Eleusinian Mysteries (Stockholm, 1992): 166-167, FIGS.11-14
    Kressirer, K., Das Greisenalter in der griechischen Antike. Untersuchung der Vasenbilder und Schriftquellen der archaischen und klassischen Zeit (Hamburg, 2016): 855, NO.551 (PART)
    Kunstwerke der Antike: Münzen und Medaillen, A.G., Basel, sale catalogue: 40 (13.12.1969), PL.46, NO.108 (A, B, SIDE)
    Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae: VIII, PL.631, PAN 243 (AH)
    Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae: VIII, PL.646, PERSEPHONE 127 (A)
    Namata, Timitikos tomos gia ton kathigti Dimitrio Pantermali (Thessaloniki, 2011): 294, FIG.5 (UH, PARTS OF A AND B)
    Raubitschek, A.E. et al., The School of Hellas, Essays on Greek History, Archaeology and Literature: FIGS.21-24 (A, B, SIDES)
    Smith, A.C., Polis and Personification in Classical Athenian Art (Leiden, 2011): FIG.8.2 (B)
  • AVI Web: https://www.avi.unibas.ch/DB/searchform.html?ID=7764
  • AVI Record Number: 7495
  • LIMC ID: 1132
  • LIMC Web: http://ark.dasch.swiss/ark:/72163/080e-73b383592803a-4
  • CAVI Collection: Stanford, University Museum 70.12.
  • CAVI Lemma: RF volute krater{1}. Manner of Kleophon Painter (Cahn). Third quarter fifth. Ca. 430 (Cahn).
  • CAVI Subject: A: Sending Out of Triptolemos in the winged chair: at left, Demeter seated, with a companion pouring her a libation; at right, Kore (Persephone) pouring into a phiale held by Triptolemos; another companion. B: Dionysiac thiasos: a maenad playing the lyre; an old satyr; Dionysus; a maenad with an oinochoe. Under the handles: between the maenad with the oinochoe and the seated Demeter: Pan. Between Kore's companion and the lyre player: a satyr.
  • CAVI Inscriptions: A: Δεμετερ. Her companion: Παρθ[ενο]ς(?){2}. [Τ]ριπτολενς, for [Τ]ριπτολε(μ)[ο]ς{2}. Miswritten. Κορε. Her companion: [--]ε[--]. B: ...αιτ..αλε-πομ..ς(?){3}. Διον[υσος]. Under the left handle: [Π]αν{4}.
  • CAVI Footnotes: {1} somewhat fragmentary. {2} Cahn. {3} so Cahn's text. It is unclear how these letters are to be divided among the first two figures: [--]αιτ[--](?). (Κ)λε[ο]πομ[πο]ς(?). {4} ..αν, Cahn.
  • CAVI Comments: Ex Basel Market (M.M.). The two scenes are connected as being Eleusinian. The inscriptions are very faint and hard to read. Attic alphabet.
  • CAVI Number: 7495
  • AVI Bibliography: M&M-Auction (1969), 65/108, pls. 45-46. — Raubitschek–Raubitschek (1982), pls. 15-16. — LIMC iv (1988), 874, Demeter 364. — Hayashi (1992), cat. no. 102. — Matheson (1995), 424/KLM 16 (not ill.).
  • CAVI / AVI Data from Henry Immerwahr's Corpus of Attic Vase Inscriptions (CAVI), updated by Rudoph Wachter's Attic Vase Inscriptions (AVI)
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