Rouet, Philippe, 2001: Approaches to the study of Attic vases: Beazley and
Pottier. Oxford Monographs on Classical Archaeology (Oxford). Rouillard, Pierre
& Verbanck-Piérard, Annie (edd.), 2003: Le vase grec et ses destins (Munich).
Author: Catherine Cooper
Category: Social Science
This book highlights the diversity of current methodologies in Classical Archaeology. It includes papers about archaeology and art history, museum objects and fieldwork data, texts and material culture, archaeological theory and historiography, and technical and literary analysis, across Classical Antiquity.
However, many Attic vases with known findspots have been found outside of
Athens, that is, in contexts that indicate that at ... Webster's suggestion has not
been well received, and further studies have shown it unlikely.43 More recent studies ...
Author: Lisa Nevett
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
Employs a new theoretical approach toward ancient Greek material culture
Approaches to the Study of Attic Vases: Beazley and Pottier. Oxford. Rouse,
W.H.D. 1902. Greek Votive Offerings: An Essay in the History of Greek Religion.
Cambridge. Rückert, B. and Kolb, F., eds. 2003. Probleme Keramikchronologie
Author: Tyler Jo Smith
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A comprehensive, authoritative account of the development Greek Art through the 1st millennium BC. An invaluable resource for scholars dealing with the art, material culture and history of the post-classical world Includes voices from such diverse fields as art history, classical studies, and archaeology and offers a diversity of views to the topic Features an innovative group of chapters dealing with the reception of Greek art from the Middle Ages to the present Includes chapters on Chronology and Topography, as well as Workshops and Technology Includes four major sections: Forms, Times and Places; Contacts and Colonies; Images and Meanings; Greek Art: Ancient to Antique
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Mannerists in Athenian vase - painting Vases , Ancient See also Vases , Black -
figured Vases , Red - figured Vases , Black - figure See Vases , Black - figured ...
Suggestions for Further Reading 107 Martin Robertson , The Art of Vase Painting
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Author: Elizabeth Moignard
Publisher: Bristol Classical Press
"Greek Vases" is a discussion of the painted vases which were an ever-present but understated feature of life in the Greek world between the end of the Bronze Age and the rise of Rome, and, in the modern world, an important component of museum collections since the eighteenth century. The book uses specific illustrated examples to explore the archaeological use of vases as chronological indicators, the use of the various shapes, their scenes of myth and everyday life and what these tell us, the way in which we think about their makers, and how they are treated today as museum objects and archaeological evidence.
Author: Alexandra AlexandridouPublish On: 2010-12-17
On the other hand, Beazley maintained that from the last decades of the seventh
century, Attic vase-painters had a settled technique and that “Late Protoattic” was
... The stylistic approach has been the prevailing feature of Attic pottery studies.
Author: Alexandra Alexandridou
Based on the archaeological context of the vessels, this book offers an overview of the production and distribution of early Attic black-figured pottery until the end of the first quarter of the sixth century B.C., aiming at an afresh approach to early Archaic Attika.
1918 . Attic Red - Figured Vases in American Museums , Cambridge , Mass . ...
Beazley ' s Myson : The Definition of an Artistic Personality in Attic Vase - Painting
” ( diss . ... Approaches to the Study of Attic Vases : Beazley and Pottier , Oxford .
Author: Osbert Guy Stanhope CrawfordPublish On: 2002
RUDOLF WACHTER . Non - Attic Greek vase inscriptions . xxi + 462 pages ,
figures , b & w photographs . 2001 . Ox - ford : Oxford University Press ; 0 - 19 -
814093 - 2 hard back £100 . PHILIPPE ROUET . Approaches to the study of Attic vases ...
Iconography and Reception of Athenian Vases in the Age of Pericles Amalia
Avramidou ... the most concrete and widely diffused remnant of antiquity, and its
investigation invites several disciplines and approaches. The study of Attic
figured pottery, moreover, offers particularly favorable conditions, allowing
investigators to ...
Author: Amalia Avramidou
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press
The Codrus Painter was a painter of cups and vases in fifth-century B.C.E. Athens with a distinctive style; he is named after Codrus, a legendary Athenian king depicted on one of his most characteristic vases. He was active as an artist during the rule of Pericles, as the Parthenon was built and then as the troubled times of the Peloponnesian War began. In contrast to the work of fellow artists of his day, the vases of the Codrus Painter appear to have been created almost exclusively for export to markets outside Athens and Greece, especially to the Etruscans in central Italy and to points further west. Amalia Avramidou offers a thoroughly researched, amply illustrated study of the Codrus Painter that also comments on the mythology, religion, arts, athletics, and daily life of Greece depicted on his vases. She evaluates his style and the defining characteristics of his own hand and of the minor painters associated with him. Examining the subject matter, figure types, and motifs on the vases, she compares them with sculptural works produced during the same period. Avramidou’s iconographic analysis not only encompasses the cultural milieu of the Athenian metropolis, but also offers an original and intriguing perspective on the adoption, meaning, and use of imported Attic vases among the Etruscans.
The first interdisciplinary, methodologically-based collection of readings to address the study of women in the ancient world Explores a broad range of topics relating to women in antiquity, including: Mother-Goddess Theory; Women in Homer, ...
Author: Sharon L. James
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Literary Criticism
Selected by Choice as a 2012 Outstanding Academic Title Awarded a 2012 PROSE Honorable Mention as a Single Volume Reference/Humanities & Social Sciences A Companion to Women in the Ancient World presents an interdisciplinary, methodologically-based collection of newly-commissioned essays from prominent scholars on the study of women in the ancient world. The first interdisciplinary, methodologically-based collection of readings to address the study of women in the ancient world Explores a broad range of topics relating to women in antiquity, including: Mother-Goddess Theory; Women in Homer, Pre-Roman Italy, the Near East; Women and the Family, the State, and Religion; Dress and Adornment; Female Patronage; Hellenistic Queens; Imperial Women; Women in Late Antiquity; Early Women Saints; and many more Thematically arranged to emphasize the importance of historical themes of continuity, development, and innovation Reconsiders much of the well-known evidence and preconceived notions relating to women in antiquity Includes contributions from many of the most prominent scholars associated with the study of women in antiquity
229 - 40 P . Rouet , Approaches to the Study of Attic Vases , Beazley and Pottier (
Oxford , 2001 ) , pp . 7 - 24 B . A . Sparkes , The Red and the Black ( London and
New York , 1996 ) , pp . 34 - 63 MacGregor , Sir Hans Sloane , pp . 30 – 5 : the ...
Author: Kim Sloan
Publisher: British Museum Publications Limited
The Enlightenment was a period of intense activity devoted to discovery and learning about the natural world, the past and other civilizations. Classification, collecting and deciphering were all important stages on the way to understanding the world and its inhabitants. The King's Library was built to house the books donated from the royal libraries of King George II and his grandson King George III, and they epitomize the interest in the late 18th and early 19th centuries in scholarship and study. Aimed at the general reader and relevant to many academic diciplines, this book explores the ways people acquired new information, organized their ideas and reached their conclusions.
Ideally we should be able to combine a lack of enthusiasm for Sparta ' s ways
with a commitment to understanding how those ways worked . ... ANTON
POWELL University of Wales Approaches to the study of Attic vases . Beazley
and Pottier .
contextual approach known to us largely through its material culture . Its social 3
history is therefore a proper object of study for the archaeologist . ... The war with
Aegina served as an excuse for subsequent periods in Attic vase painting ,
Protoattic appears fifth - century Athenian hostility towards that island , and in
Author: Ian Morris
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
A reassessment of the archaeology of classical Greece, using modern archaeological approaches to provide a richer understanding of Greek society.
Author: Alexandre G. MitchellPublish On: 2009-08-24
This richly illustrated book is a comprehensive study of visual humour in ancient Greece, emphasising works created in Athens and Boeotia.
Author: Alexandre G. Mitchell
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
In this enjoyable study Alexandre Mitchell uses sixth to fourth century vase painting to explore visual humour in Ancient Greece. He examines humourous scenes thematically looking at men, women and the everyday, at animals in humourous situations, at humourous interpretations of mythology and the comic potential of the satyr, and at caricatures, exploring what they reveal about Greek society and attitudes, and how they contributed to reinforcing social cohesion. The focus of the study is on Athens and Boetia, and the development of visual, satirical humour in this fashion is clearly linked to the development of Athenian democracy.
In Theban copies of Attic vases (67) we can see the bias of Theban taste at work,
determining how the borrowing will be done. It is this selectivity which makes a study ... (69) Even when red-figure work was produced, a black-figure approach
is evident in the linear tendencies of the work and in the treatment of bodies as
Author: Nancy Demand
In the fifth century BC Thebes, faced with the challenges presented by defeat and disgrace in the Persian Wars – it had sided with the invaders – succeeded not only in regaining its former prominence, but also in laying the groundwork for its hegemony of Greece in the early part of the fourth century. In Thebes in the Fifth Century, first published in 1982, Nancy Demand examines the political and military history of this renowned city, as well as a number of other aspects of Theban culture and society: its physical layout, religious cults, poetry and music, arts, crafts and philosophy. Other topics of special interest include a chapter on Pythagoreanism in Thebes, an appendix on the evidence for the participation of women in Pythagoreanism, and an investigation, extending throughout the book, of the role of women in Theban society.
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Italy and the Ancient Mediterranean : Being a Series of Seminars Given at the
Institute of Classical Studies School of Advanced ... The first discoveries of
hoards of Attic vases ( though they were not recognised as such at first ) and the