Imports of Post-Archaic Greek Pottery Into Cyrenaica: From the End of the Archaic to the Beginning of the Hellenistic Period
Cyrenaica is thought to have had extensive commercial links with the rest of the Greek world in the 4th and 5th centuries BC. This study aims to examine the nature, frequency and routes of trading between Cyrenaica and other regions through studying pottery evidence, primarily Red-Figure and Black-Glazed wares. A catalogue and description of different pottery types is summarised through historical conclusions.
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THE REDFIGURED POTTERY
COMMENTARY ON THE IMPORTED REDFIGURED POTTERY
THE BLACKGLAZED POTTERY
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Agora XII Aphrodite Apollonia appears Archonship artist Athenian Agora Athens athletes Attic B.C. Cf band Beazley bell-krater Benghazi Berlin black-glazed Boardman body bowl Catalogue century B.C. BibL chariot chiton column concave Cyrenaica Cyrene Cyrene Museum Date decoration Dionysos Eros Euhesperides example fifth century B.C. figure flaring fourth century B.C. fragment glazed goddess Greek groove handles head Heracles Hesperia himation hydria inscription Kerameikos late fifth lebes gamikos lekanis lekythos Libya Louvre maenad moulded mouth neck oinochoe Olynthus op.cit overhanging rim Oxford painted Painter palmettes Panathenaic amphora pelikai pelike pottery red-figured representation represented resting surface ribs ring foot scene Schefold second quarter Sevres shape Shefton shoulder side silphium similar skyphos Sparkes and Taleott style third quarter Tocra tomb tongue pattern torus Trendall underside vase vertical vessel wall wears woman workshop