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Representation and Gender In Athenian Vase Painting Ellen K. Stauder
Women at the Fountain Hydria done by the Priam Painter, c. 510 BCE. Found in Etruria
Women Working Wool Lekythos by the Amasis Painter ( BCE)
Seated Woman Spinning with Attendant and Husband Red-figure Hydria, BCE
Centauromachy and Amazonomachy Niobid Painter, 460 BCE Niobid Painter, 460 BCE
Greeks Battling the Amazons with Achilles killing Penthesilea Tondo or cup interior by the Penthesilea Painter, BCE
Detail from Achilles Killing Penthesile a Detail from Achilles Killing Penthesile a Penthesile a Painter, BCE
Ancient Pots Archaic into Classical. Shapes Amphora Panathenaic Amphora Lekythos Pelike Volute Krater Hydria Psykter Epinetron Kylix Eye Cups.
GREEK POTTERY AND THEIR FUNCTIONS. DRAW 6 VASES AND LIST THEIR FUNCTIONS:
The Art of Ancient Greece c BCE. MapofAncientGreece.
Ceramics II Benchmark What type of Greek vase is this? A. Krater B. Pyxis C. Hydra D. Amphora.
Images of Women. Lecture outline Issues with interpretation Constructing the woman in the domestic context The Veil Nudity Identifying prostitutes.
The Amasis Painter Ovoid lekythos – Women Weaving White text: p Black text: p
Greek Vase Painting. Vase Shapes hydra used for water “bell” krater used for mixing amphora used for wine.
Greek Vase Painting Geometric/Orientalizing Review Black-figure Red – figure White - ground.
The Archaic Period 620 to 490/80 BCE. The Archaic Period was the time when Aesop was writing his fables as a Greek slave. Artists competed for commissions.
Greek Pottery Greek VasesGreek Vases / Pottery Types PeriodsPottery TypesPeriods.
Perseus. Danaë, Perseus in the chest; Acrisius sending them away Providence Painter, Attic red-figured lekythos (c BC).Toledo Museum of Art (Perseus.
Greek Art and Archaeology Lecture 13: Black and Red Figure Pottery.
Greek 4 Complied by : Rani Pillai. Caryatids/ Irregular plan.
Amasis Lekythos Wedding Robert Arlow. Details Named after the potter not the painter (Amasis) who signed it. Height: 17.1cm Date: BC Type.
Amasis Painter Ovoid Lekythos. Attribution Details Name: Ovoid Lekythos Made: 550 BC Size:17cm Potter and Painter: Amasis Painter Amasis may not be the.
Dioscuri (Castor and Polydeuces ) Attic black-figured neck amphora (ca BCE). Univ. of Mississippi Museum (Perseus Project).
Greek Texts – 5 th century BCE 1. From each text, record 2 specific details that inform you about the culture in terms of gender roles. 2.Make and record.
Archaic Art 2 Pottery. A Greek Kiln c. 500 BC Some Greek vase shapes.
11. KLEOPHRADES PAINTER HYDRIA. Date: BC (Arias says 480 BC) Type:Hydria-Red figure Potter: Kleophrades Painter: "Kleophrades Painter" Height:
Amasis was the Potter not the Painter 17.1cm tall BC Lekythos Black figure style.
Sophoclean Roots Pre-performance talk for The Wife of Heracles Dr Sue Hamstead Department of Classics University of Leeds.
Vase 1. Vase 2 Vase 3 Vase 4 Much of our understanding of Greek society comes from pottery because there is so much of it left! Greek pottery.
Figure 5.1. Detail of Attic red-figure cup by Epictetus (c. 510 BC) showing the Athenian hero Theseus killing the bull-headed Minotaur, who here wields.
Politics and Gender Conflict in Greek Drama (Jon Hesk University of St Andrews) This is the famous ‘Boston krater’ of approx. 470 BCE which depicts Agamemnon.
APOLLO: Background, Mythology and Images Angie M. Kenna H260: Religious Foundations of Athenian Institutions January 30, 2001.
Greek Art 600 BCE – 30 BCE. Enduring Understanings Characterized by a pantheon of gods Studied chronologically, according to style changes Idealization.
Protogeometric Phase of Vase Painting Utilitarian purpose for use as cups, jugs, storage containers Minor art form.
The Social Position of the Athenian Woman. Domestic Tasks (Attic Red-Figure Kylix, ca BCE )
Greek Women: Working with Evidence, Looking at Continuity and Change.
Scenes of Greek life on vases The world of (gentle) men The symposium Sacrifice at the altar Athletic scenes School The world of (ladies) women At the.
Kouros, marble, 6 ft. 4 in., c. 600 BCE (Metropolitan Museum) Peplos Kore, marble, 4 ft., c. 530 BCE (Acropolis Museum)
Achilles painter. Achilles Painter Lekythos Vase: Lekythos Use: Storage of Oil Potter: unknown Painter: attributed to the Berlin Painter Date:
Greek Vase PaintingAncient Greek Culture and Art (Click On One of the Blue Boxes to Begin)
Greek Art & architecture. Standing Youth (kouros) 600 bc Metropolitan Museum of art nyc.
Berlin Painter: Volute Krater BC Potter: Unknown Painter: Berlin Painter.
The Trojan War Achilles and Ajax. Credit: Beazley Archive, Museum: Vatican City Size: 61cm. (amphora, signed by Exekias as both maker and painter) Function:
Black Figure vases. Proscribed vases 1 Francois Vase; Volute Krater. 2 Lydos; Column Krater. 3 Exekias; Belly Amphora. 4 Exekias; Kylix. Exam Amasis;
Two Vases The Amasis Painter. Amasis the Painter had a unique style probably Egyptian because Amasis is a Hellenised version of Ahmosis named after the.
A BUFFALO Presentation ;). ATTRIBUTION DETAILS 1. Name: Berlin Painter Volute Krater 2. When Made: BC 3. Size: 65 cm in height 4. Potter: Unknown.
Joke’s On Him: Caricature and Male Clients of Prostitutes on Greek Vase-Painting Alexander Mazurek – April 3, 2014 The Classical Association.
Classical Mythology Polis and Hero: Theseus. Aegeus, King of Athens, consulting the Delphic Oracle. Tondo of a cup attributed to the Kodrus Painter, ca.
The Amasis Painter Ovoid lekythos – Wedding Procession White text: p Black text: p
More Trojan War Scenes. Peleus and Thetis Wrestling Attic red figure kylix, by Peithinos (ca. 500 BCE). Berlin, Antikenmuseen (Perseus Project).
Greek and Roman mythology. Ithaca interactive map at hp/homer/index.php?page=odymap.
Welcome to… Welcome to… THE … VASE QUIZ CLICK HERE TO ENTER.
Ancient Greek Pottery Kevin J. Benoy. The Importance of Pottery Storage containers, cookware and dishes were as necessary for the Ancient Greeks as they.
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