By Mary B. Moore
This quantity provides the inventoried red-figure and white-ground pottery present in the Agora Excavations among 1931 and 1967. even though lots of those vases have already been released in quite a few experiences and designated stories, this is often the 1st time that every one have seemed jointly, and this learn provides a whole accounting of them. simply because just about all the shapes recognized in Attic pink determine were present in the Agora, those items offer a special chance for examine. the 2 introductory sections function an invaluable evaluate for the total nation of data of Attic red-figure portray. the 1st supplies a short description of every vase form and its improvement, after which exhibits how the Agora items healthy into this series; the second one follows this similar layout for teams of painters. within the catalogue, measurements and outlines are given for 1,684 items, with proper comparanda and updated references. Inscriptions, graffiti, and dipinti are integrated, in addition to reconstruction drawings of a few of the extra very important or strange scenes. the quantity concludes with deposit summaries, concordance, and 6 indexes.
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Two, 69 (PI. 14) and 71 (PI. 14), represent pursuits,probably Boreas on the latter and either Boreas or Eos on the former. 73 (PI. 15) depicts either Demeter or Persephone. 6 Scheibler (JdI 102, 1987 [pp. 57-118], p. 115) suggests that the late-6th-centurypelikeseems to take over the iconographyof the one-pieceamphoraType B. VIII 295 (CVA, Copenhague3 [Danemark3], pl. 131 :2),Laon,no no. (CVA, Laon 1 [France20], pl. 32 :1-3), and Basel,Antikenmuseum und SammlungLudwig,BS 450 (CVA,Basel 2 [Schweiz6], pl.
C. 4 Generally,the pelike, with the continuous curve of its profile and the torus mouth, resembles the amphora Type C; the greatestdiameter,however,occursjust above the foot instead of midway between mouth and foot. , 32: PI. 5 In the 4th century the mouth sometimes becomes even wider than the foot and often has an overhang, 64 and 65 (P1. 14) by the Amazon Painter being good examples from the Agora. The handles are usually segmental; the foot is most often a torus, sometimes a double torus. The general overall appearance of the pelike is rather heavy,sturdy,and practical.
3 See S. Karouzou,BCH 95, 1971 [pp. 109-145], pp. 138145. 4 In Attic black figure, the pelike is not very common, and none seems to be earlierthan the earliestred-figuredexamples. Forblack-figured Black-Figured pelikai,see D. von Bothmer,'"Attic Pelikai,"JHS 71, 1951, pp. 40-47; also AgoraXXIII, p. 20; for black,includingneck-pelikai,see AgoraXII, pp. 49-51. 5 For a good example, see Leyden Ro II 60 by the Cassel Painter(ARV21084, 16;Addenda 327). 6 Down through the Late Archaic period, the figures are usually framed, most often by a dot band as on 29 (PI.