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Item Details
Public
Available to everyone
Culture
Laconian
Title
Shape: cup
Work Type
pottery
Date
570-565 B.C.
Location
Provenance: Malibu
unknown
Material
Technique: Black Figure
Description
Decoration: Interior: tondo: Bellerophon with Pegasus slaying the Chimaera. Surrounded by pomegranate chain and black border. Exterior: palmettes in handle zone, rays, and other ornamentation.
Repository
J. Paul Getty Museum
Accession Number
85.AE.121
ID Number
Boreads Painter supp. no. 18 (2)
Source
Photographer: Stibbe
Vase Number
Supp. 18
Publication Record
C. M. Stibbe, Lakonische Vasenmaler des sechsten Jahrhunderts v. Chr. Supplement, Verlag Philipp von Zabern: Mainz am Rhein, 2004: 39, pl. 16.
Publication Record 2
C. M. Stibbe, in Greek Vases, Occasional Papers on Antiquities, 7, The J. Paul Getty Museum (1991): 5-12, ill. 1a-c.
Publication Record 3
M. Pipili, Laconian Iconography of the Sixth-Century B.C. Oxford, 1987: 18, ill. 29.
Publication Record 4
C. M. Stibbe, Das andere Sparta. Mainz, 1996: 169 no. 4, ill. 89-90.
Rights
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