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Amphora Apulien Ascus Attic base black band black glaze turned black paint black ring body Boeotia bottom of vase bowl Campanian central dot chiton concave concentric circles curved Cylix decorated Dionysus double dull black edge of foot egg pattern fabric female figure fifth century B.C. filling-hole fourth century B.C. Greek groove ground-colored hair hand he holds head Heracles himation horizontal incised lines Jahrbuch Jay Hambidge lamp Lanna Lecythus Light brown clay Light yellow clay lustrous black glaze Mayer middle moulded mouth neck nozzle nude OEnochoe Pagenstecher paint thinned painted red palmettes panels plate Pottery purple purple-red pyxis raised ring Red clay red glaze red paint Reddish clay Repaired ribbed right hand ring-shaped foot rosette shoulder side Similar form slightly slip spout stamped standing-base stem superimposed tendrils third century B.C. underneath unglazed upper upright varnish ware wave pattern white and yellow white dots wreath
Page 9 - for the products of the full maturity of the Greek spirit than for its immature struggles...
Page 22 - David, from the end of the first century BC to the middle of the second century AD.
Page 141 - ... to left in water indicated by a wavy line and three fish to left ; he is human to the chest, below which is a fish's body with divided tail. Swimming towards him, in an awkward stooping posture, is a nude bearded man with fillet in hair, perhaps Heracles. (b) In the center a deer, running to left, is attacked from either side by a wolf or jackal in a thicket, indicated by three branches fringed with dots. The attacking animals are quite as large as the deer ; they have bushy tails.