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<span class=auto-style3><strong>570 B.C.</strong></span><br class=auto-style3>
<span class=auto-style1><span class=auto-style2>Also known as François Vase
Signed by the potter Ergotimos and the painter Kleitias.The uppermost frieze, on the neck of the krater, depicts  the Calydonian Boar Hunt and part of the funeral games for Patroclus, while the belly depicts the procession of the gods to the wedding of Peleus and Thetis and Achilles in pursuit of Troilus.
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<strong><span class=auto-style4> Florence, Μuseo Αrcheologico Etrusco.</span></strong>
570 B.C.
Also known as François Vase Signed by the potter Ergotimos and the painter Kleitias.The uppermost frieze, on the neck of the krater, depicts the Calydonian Boar Hunt and part of the funeral games for Patroclus, while the belly depicts the procession of the gods to the wedding of Peleus and Thetis and Achilles in pursuit of Troilus.
Florence, Μuseo Αrcheologico Etrusco.
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<span class=auto-style3><strong>570 B.C.</strong></span><br class=auto-style3>
<span class=auto-style1><span class=auto-style2>Also known as François Vase
Signed by the potter Ergotimos and the painter Kleitias.The uppermost frieze, on the neck of the krater, depicts  the Calydonian Boar Hunt and part of the funeral games for Patroclus, while the belly depicts the procession of the gods to the wedding of Peleus and Thetis and Achilles in pursuit of Troilus.
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<strong><span class=auto-style4> Florence, Μuseo Αrcheologico Etrusco.</span></strong>
570 B.C.
Also known as François Vase Signed by the potter Ergotimos and the painter Kleitias.The uppermost frieze, on the neck of the krater, depicts the Calydonian Boar Hunt and part of the funeral games for Patroclus, while the belly depicts the procession of the gods to the wedding of Peleus and Thetis and Achilles in pursuit of Troilus.
Florence, Μuseo Αrcheologico Etrusco.
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<span class=auto-style3><strong>570 B.C.</strong></span><br class=auto-style3>
<span class=auto-style1><span class=auto-style2>Also known as François Vase
Signed by the potter Ergotimos and the painter Kleitias.The uppermost frieze, on the neck of the krater, depicts  the Calydonian Boar Hunt and part of the funeral games for Patroclus, while the belly depicts the procession of the gods to the wedding of Peleus and Thetis and Achilles in pursuit of Troilus.
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<strong><span class=auto-style4> Florence, Μuseo Αrcheologico Etrusco.</span></strong>
570 B.C.
Also known as François Vase Signed by the potter Ergotimos and the painter Kleitias.The uppermost frieze, on the neck of the krater, depicts the Calydonian Boar Hunt and part of the funeral games for Patroclus, while the belly depicts the procession of the gods to the wedding of Peleus and Thetis and Achilles in pursuit of Troilus.
Florence, Μuseo Αrcheologico Etrusco.
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<span class=auto-style3><strong>570 B.C.</strong></span><br class=auto-style3>
<span class=auto-style1><span class=auto-style2>Also known as François Vase
Signed by the potter Ergotimos and the painter Kleitias.The uppermost frieze, on the neck of the krater, depicts  the Calydonian Boar Hunt and part of the funeral games for Patroclus, while the belly depicts the procession of the gods to the wedding of Peleus and Thetis and Achilles in pursuit of Troilus.
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<strong><span class=auto-style4> Florence, Μuseo Αrcheologico Etrusco.</span></strong>
570 B.C.
Also known as François Vase Signed by the potter Ergotimos and the painter Kleitias.The uppermost frieze, on the neck of the krater, depicts the Calydonian Boar Hunt and part of the funeral games for Patroclus, while the belly depicts the procession of the gods to the wedding of Peleus and Thetis and Achilles in pursuit of Troilus.
Florence, Μuseo Αrcheologico Etrusco.
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<span class=auto-style3><strong>570 B.C.</strong></span><br class=auto-style3>
<span class=auto-style1><span class=auto-style2>Also known as François Vase
Signed by the potter Ergotimos and the painter Kleitias.The uppermost frieze, on the neck of the krater, depicts  the Calydonian Boar Hunt and part of the funeral games for Patroclus, while the belly depicts the procession of the gods to the wedding of Peleus and Thetis and Achilles in pursuit of Troilus.
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<strong><span class=auto-style4> Florence, Μuseo Αrcheologico Etrusco.</span></strong>
570 B.C.
Also known as François Vase Signed by the potter Ergotimos and the painter Kleitias.The uppermost frieze, on the neck of the krater, depicts the Calydonian Boar Hunt and part of the funeral games for Patroclus, while the belly depicts the procession of the gods to the wedding of Peleus and Thetis and Achilles in pursuit of Troilus.
Florence, Μuseo Αrcheologico Etrusco.
06 - Attic Black Figure Amphora
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<span class=auto-style3><strong>570 B.C.</strong></span><br class=auto-style3>
<span class=auto-style1><span class=auto-style2>Signed by Exekias both as potter and painter, this amphora depicts the arrival home of the diskouri, welcomed by their parents Tyndareus and Leda.The second panel  bears the illustration of Achilles and Ajax playing a game of checkers (draughts) on a board.</span></span><br>
<strong><span class=auto-style4>Gregorian Etruscan Museum.</span></strong>
570 B.C.
Signed by Exekias both as potter and painter, this amphora depicts the arrival home of the diskouri, welcomed by their parents Tyndareus and Leda.The second panel bears the illustration of Achilles and Ajax playing a game of checkers (draughts) on a board.
Gregorian Etruscan Museum.
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<span class=auto-style3><strong>570 B.C.</strong></span><br class=auto-style3>
<span class=auto-style1><span class=auto-style2>Signed by Exekias both as potter and painter, this amphora depicts the arrival home of the diskouri, welcomed by their parents Tyndareus and Leda.The second panel  bears the illustration of Achilles and Ajax playing a game of checkers (draughts) on a board.</span></span><br>
<strong><span class=auto-style4>Gregorian Etruscan Museum.</span></strong>
570 B.C.
Signed by Exekias both as potter and painter, this amphora depicts the arrival home of the diskouri, welcomed by their parents Tyndareus and Leda.The second panel bears the illustration of Achilles and Ajax playing a game of checkers (draughts) on a board.
Gregorian Etruscan Museum.
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<span class=auto-style3><strong>540 - 530 B.C.</strong></span><br class=auto-style3>
<span class=auto-style1><span class=auto-style2>Signed by the potter Amassis and attributed to the painter of Amasis.
Dionysus and two dansing Maenads.</span></span><br>
<strong><span class=auto-style4>Cabinet des médailles de la Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris.</span></strong>
540 - 530 B.C.
Signed by the potter Amassis and attributed to the painter of Amasis. Dionysus and two dansing Maenads.
Cabinet des médailles de la Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris.
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<span class=auto-style3><strong>540 - 530 B.C.</strong></span><br class=auto-style3>
<span class=auto-style1><span class=auto-style2>Signed by the potter Amassis and attributed to the painter of Amasis.
Dionysus and two dansing Maenads.</span></span><br>
<strong><span class=auto-style4>Cabinet des médailles de la Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris.</span></strong>
540 - 530 B.C.
Signed by the potter Amassis and attributed to the painter of Amasis. Dionysus and two dansing Maenads.
Cabinet des médailles de la Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris.
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<span class=auto-style3><strong>540 - 530 B.C.</strong></span><br class=auto-style3>
<span class=auto-style1><span class=auto-style2>Signed by the potter Amassis and attributed to the painter of Amasis.
Dionysus and two dansing Maenads.</span></span><br>
<strong><span class=auto-style4>Cabinet des médailles de la Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris.</span></strong>
540 - 530 B.C.
Signed by the potter Amassis and attributed to the painter of Amasis. Dionysus and two dansing Maenads.
Cabinet des médailles de la Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris.
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<span class=auto-style3><strong>535 - 530 B.C.</strong></span><br class=auto-style3>
<span class=auto-style1><span class=auto-style2>Signed by Exekias as potter and attributed to him as painter, this amphora depicts Achilles killing the Amazon Queen Penthesilea.</span></span><br>
<strong><span class=auto-style4>British Museum, London.</span></strong>
535 - 530 B.C.
Signed by Exekias as potter and attributed to him as painter, this amphora depicts Achilles killing the Amazon Queen Penthesilea.
British Museum, London.
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<span class=auto-style3><strong>535 - 530 B.C.</strong></span><br class=auto-style3>
<span class=auto-style1><span class=auto-style2>Signed by Exekias as potter and attributed to him as painter, this amphora depicts Achilles killing the Amazon Queen Penthesilea.</span></span><br>
<strong><span class=auto-style4>British Museum, London.</span></strong>
535 - 530 B.C.
Signed by Exekias as potter and attributed to him as painter, this amphora depicts Achilles killing the Amazon Queen Penthesilea.
British Museum, London.
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<span class=auto-style3><strong>530 B.C.</strong></span><br class=auto-style3>
<span class=auto-style1><span class=auto-style2>Attributed to the potter Exekias  this amphora bears the illustration of Ajax, planting his sword in a mound of earth, upon which will soon fall and die.</span></span><br>
<strong><span class=auto-style4>Château-Musée  Municipal de Boulogne-sur-Mer.</span></strong>
530 B.C.
Attributed to the potter Exekias this amphora bears the illustration of Ajax, planting his sword in a mound of earth, upon which will soon fall and die.
Château-Musée Municipal de Boulogne-sur-Mer.
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<span class=auto-style3><strong>530 B.C.</strong></span><br class=auto-style3>
<span class=auto-style1><span class=auto-style2>Attributed to the potter Exekias  this amphora bears the illustration of Ajax, planting his sword in a mound of earth, upon which will soon fall and die.</span></span><br>
<strong><span class=auto-style4>Château-Musée  Municipal de Boulogne-sur-Mer.</span></strong>
530 B.C.
Attributed to the potter Exekias this amphora bears the illustration of Ajax, planting his sword in a mound of earth, upon which will soon fall and die.
Château-Musée Municipal de Boulogne-sur-Mer.
15 - Chalcidian Black Figure Krater
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<span class=auto-style3><strong>540 B.C.</strong></span><br class=auto-style3>
<span class=auto-style1><span class=auto-style2>Attributed to the Inscription Painter, drawing showing Hector and Andromache. On the right, Horseman and Kebriones, Hector's half-brother, Paris and Helen on the left..</span></span><br>
<strong><span class=auto-style4>Wurzburg, Martin von Museum der Universitat Wurzburg.</span></strong>
540 B.C.
Attributed to the Inscription Painter, drawing showing Hector and Andromache. On the right, Horseman and Kebriones, Hector's half-brother, Paris and Helen on the left..
Wurzburg, Martin von Museum der Universitat Wurzburg.
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<span class=auto-style3><strong>540 B.C.</strong></span><br class=auto-style3>
<span class=auto-style1><span class=auto-style2>Attributed to the Inscription Painter, drawing showing Hector and Andromache. On the right, Horseman and Kebriones, Hector's half-brother, Paris and Helen on the left..</span></span><br>
<strong><span class=auto-style4>Wurzburg, Martin von Museum der Universitat Wurzburg.</span></strong>
540 B.C.
Attributed to the Inscription Painter, drawing showing Hector and Andromache. On the right, Horseman and Kebriones, Hector's half-brother, Paris and Helen on the left..
Wurzburg, Martin von Museum der Universitat Wurzburg.
16 - Panathenaic Prize Amphora
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<span class=auto-style3><strong>360 - 359 B.C.</strong></span><br class=auto-style3>
<span class=auto-style1><span class=auto-style2>Attributed to the Kleophrades Painter. Featured a depiction of Athena Promachos</span></span><br>
<strong><span class=auto-style4>Leiden, Rijksmuseum Van Oudheden</span></strong>
360 - 359 B.C.
Attributed to the Kleophrades Painter. Featured a depiction of Athena Promachos
Leiden, Rijksmuseum Van Oudheden
17 - Panathenaic Prize Amphora
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<span class=auto-style3><strong>360 - 359 B.C.</strong></span><br class=auto-style3>
<span class=auto-style1><span class=auto-style2>Attributed to the Kleophrades Painter. Featured a depiction of Athena Promachos</span></span><br>
<strong><span class=auto-style4>Leiden, Rijksmuseum Van Oudheden</span></strong>
360 - 359 B.C.
Attributed to the Kleophrades Painter. Featured a depiction of Athena Promachos
Leiden, Rijksmuseum Van Oudheden
18 - Panathenaic Prize Amphora
18 - Panathenaic Prize Amphora
20 - Panathenaic Prize Amphora
21 - Panathenaic Prize Amphora
22 - Attic Black Figure Kylix
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<span class=auto-style3><strong>540 - 535 B.C.</strong></span><br class=auto-style3>
<span class=auto-style1><span class=auto-style2>Attributed to the vase-painter Exekias who also signes as potter. The interior shows a depiction of the god Dionysos, on a ship turning the mast into a vine.</span></span><br>
<strong><span class=auto-style4>Leiden, Munich, Staatliche Antikensammlungen</span></strong>
540 - 535 B.C.
Attributed to the vase-painter Exekias who also signes as potter. The interior shows a depiction of the god Dionysos, on a ship turning the mast into a vine.
Leiden, Munich, Staatliche Antikensammlungen
23 - Attic Black Figure Kylix
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<span class=auto-style3><strong>540 - 535 π.Χ.</strong></span><br class=auto-style3>
<span class=auto-style1><span class=auto-style2>Αποδίδεται στον αγγειογράφο Εξηκία, ο όποιος υπογράφει το αγγείο και ως αγγειοπλάστης. Εικονίζεται ο Διόνυσος σε πλοίο που το κατάρτι μετατρέπεται σε κλίμα.</span></span><br>
<strong><span class=auto-style4>Μόναχο, Staatliche Antikensammlungen.</span></strong>
540 - 535 π.Χ.
Αποδίδεται στον αγγειογράφο Εξηκία, ο όποιος υπογράφει το αγγείο και ως αγγειοπλάστης. Εικονίζεται ο Διόνυσος σε πλοίο που το κατάρτι μετατρέπεται σε κλίμα.
Μόναχο, Staatliche Antikensammlungen.
24 - Attic Black Figure Kylix
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<span class=auto-style3><strong>540 - 535 B.C.</strong></span><br class=auto-style3>
<span class=auto-style1><span class=auto-style2>Attributed to the vase-painter Exekias who also signes as potter. The interior shows a depiction of the god Dionysos, on a ship turning the mast into a vine.</span></span><br>
<strong><span class=auto-style4>Leiden, Munich, Staatliche Antikensammlungen</span></strong>
540 - 535 B.C.
Attributed to the vase-painter Exekias who also signes as potter. The interior shows a depiction of the god Dionysos, on a ship turning the mast into a vine.
Leiden, Munich, Staatliche Antikensammlungen
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