Amazon: Warrior Women at the Getty Villa in California [Updated

Amazon: Warrior Women at the Getty Villa in California [Updated

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Euphronios (fl. c. 535 - after 470 BCE), signed; Euxitheos Potter (BCE), signed…

Euphronios (fl. c. 535 - after 470 BCE), signed; Euxitheos Potter (BCE), signed…

Andokides Painter (fl. c. 530 - 515 BCE), Antikensammlung, Berlin F2159 (525…

Andokides Painter (fl. c. 530 - 515 BCE), Antikensammlung, Berlin F2159 (525…

Pistoxenos Painter and (signed) Potter (BCE), Staatliches Museum, Schwerin 708…

Pistoxenos Painter and (signed) Potter (BCE), Staatliches Museum, Schwerin 708…

Book XVI The death of Sarpedon ~Euphronios krater  ~thaumazein: THE DEATH OF…

Book XVI The death of Sarpedon ~Euphronios krater ~thaumazein: THE DEATH OF…

Theseus slaying the Minotaur

Theseus slaying the Minotaur


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Amazon: Warrior Women at the Getty Villa in California

Amazon: Warrior Women at the Getty Villa in California [Updated

Theseus slaying the Minotaur

Theseus slaying the Minotaur

Detail of Hypnos on the front of the Euphronios Krater in the Metropolitan Museum of Art,

Detail of Hypnos on the front of the Euphronios Krater in the Metropolitan Museum of Art,

The Euphronios Krater (or Sarpedon krater) is an ancient Greek terra cotta calyx-krater, a bowl used for mixing wine with water. Created around the year 515 BC, it is the only complete example of the surviving 27 vases painted by the renowned Euphronios and is considered one of the finest Greek vase artifacts in existence. Image result for euphronios krater

The Euphronios Krater (or Sarpedon krater) is an ancient Greek terra cotta calyx-krater, a bowl used for mixing wine with water. Created around the year 515 BC, it is the only complete example of the surviving 27 vases painted by the renowned Euphronios and is considered one of the finest Greek vase artifacts in existence. Image result for euphronios krater

Three Revelers   Euthymides  red-figure amphora   Archaic period 600-480 BCE  Google Image Result for http://test.classconnection.s3.amazonaws.com/721/flashcards/200721/png/revelers.png

Three Revelers Euthymides red-figure amphora Archaic period 600-480 BCE Google Image Result for http://test.classconnection.s3.amazonaws.com/721/flashcards/200721/png/revelers.png

Fleeing Amazon. Tondo of an Attic red-figure kylix, ca. 510–500 BC by Euphronios (Staatliche Antikensammlungen, Munich, Germany)

Fleeing Amazon. Tondo of an Attic red-figure kylix, ca. 510–500 BC by Euphronios (Staatliche Antikensammlungen, Munich, Germany)

The Euphronios (Sarpedon) krater is a red-figure calyx krater made in Athens circa 515 BC, 46 cm high and 55 cm in diameter, signed by Euxitheos as potter and Euphronios as painter. It is decorated on the front with a scene depicting the death of Sarpedon, who is attended by Hypnos and Thanatos with the god Hermes looking on. On the reverse are three Athenian youths arming themselves for battle

The Euphronios (Sarpedon) krater is a red-figure calyx krater made in Athens circa 515 BC, 46 cm high and 55 cm in diameter, signed by Euxitheos as potter and Euphronios as painter. It is decorated on the front with a scene depicting the death of Sarpedon, who is attended by Hypnos and Thanatos with the god Hermes looking on. On the reverse are three Athenian youths arming themselves for battle

"psykter d'euphronios  st petersbourg B1650"

"psykter d'euphronios st petersbourg B1650"

Euphronios  Red-Figure Psykter with Feasting Hetaerae  505-500 BC Clay;    h 34 cm, diam of rim 14.2 cm, diam of stand 14.5 cm    This psykter is a rare vessel by the vase painter Euphronios, signed: "Euphronios painted". It's purpose is for cooling wine - such vessels of original form and with a hollow stand were filled with water and placed in the crater with wine.

Euphronios Red-Figure Psykter with Feasting Hetaerae 505-500 BC Clay; h 34 cm, diam of rim 14.2 cm, diam of stand 14.5 cm This psykter is a rare vessel by the vase painter Euphronios, signed: "Euphronios painted". It's purpose is for cooling wine - such vessels of original form and with a hollow stand were filled with water and placed in the crater with wine.

A Highly Important Fragmentary Attic Red-figure Kylix, Signed by Euphronios Terracotta, Late Archaic, ca. 520 B.C.E. Diameter 13 1/16 in. (33.1 cm.); Height 4 13/16 in. (12.2 cm.) With contoured torus foot, encircling red ridge at the base of the stem, and wide shallow bowl, the tondo richly-ornamented with a cruciform floral motif of eight palmettes linked by spiraling tendrils, the exterior on side A painted with the removal of the body of Sarpedon from the Trojan battlefield, from Book…

A Highly Important Fragmentary Attic Red-figure Kylix, Signed by Euphronios Terracotta, Late Archaic, ca. 520 B.C.E. Diameter 13 1/16 in. (33.1 cm.); Height 4 13/16 in. (12.2 cm.) With contoured torus foot, encircling red ridge at the base of the stem, and wide shallow bowl, the tondo richly-ornamented with a cruciform floral motif of eight palmettes linked by spiraling tendrils, the exterior on side A painted with the removal of the body of Sarpedon from the Trojan battlefield, from Book…

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