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Athenian Red-figure Calyx Krater, Beazley Archive Vase #220558
Work Type
Greek Vase Painting Styles
450 - 400 bce
Agrigento (?), Sicily, Italy
A: Phaon seated, women, Eros; B: Apollo seated with laurel staff, Artemis, Leto, palm tree, suspended wreath
folio: Williamstown, MA, USA, Williams College Archives
vases: Palermo, Museo Nazionale #2187, 1106, 1628 and 270
Accession Number
Williams College Archives and Special Collections NK4645 .F95 1904
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Munchen, F. Bruckmann
Reichhold, K., artist
Greek Vase Painting: Selection of Excellent Vase Paintings. With the Support of the Thereianosfonds of the Royal Bavarian Academy of Sciences, ed.
Griechische Vasenmalerei: Auswahl Hervorragender Vasenbilder. Mit Unterstutzung Aus Dem Kgl. Bayerischen Akademie Der Wissensch, A. Furtwangler und K. Reichhold. Serie I, plate 59, text p.296
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