A brief description of thirty-two ancient Greek painted vases: lately found in excavations made at Vulci, in the Roman territory, by Mr. Campanari and now exhibited by him in London, No. 15, Leicester Place
Valpy, 1832 - 104 pages
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Amazons Amphora Amymone ancient Apollodor arabesque Ariadne Aristophan arms Athenian Athens Bacchic Bacchic festival Bacchus Black and white chariot-race cloak couch Deianeira Delphi destined Doric double row dressed eight inches emblem entablature female figures figures on black figures on yellow five inches four horses front full armour goddess greatest circumference Greek monuments Greek vases head Height Hercules hero high-crested helmet holds holy flowers human figures Hydria with three intended to represent Iolaos left hand Lernaean Hydra Libera lion long beard long spear long wands Minerva monster naked Nemea nuptials olive-branches painted peplos principal picture quadriga reverse represents right hand round shield row of holy sacred Satyrs seven inches short tunic six inches Sophocles square picture Stadium temple thenon Theseus three feet three handles thrown tunic usual vases from Vulci victorious violet-blue Vulci wears whilst white figures women wreath writer XXVII yellow ground young