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"Ionian" kylix, N.10

 



Arranged by date

 

N.508 Cypriot Milk Bowl, from Cyprus (1450-1300 BCE) image of Cypriote vase
no N. Mycenaean bowl (13th c. BCE) photograph not yet available
N.141 Mycenaean dipper from Perati, Attica (ca. 1200 BCE) image of Mycenaean vase
N.9 Geometric Lidded Pyxis, possibly Boeotian (8th c.) image of vase
N.23 One-handled bowl (8th c.) photograph not yet available
N.6 Sub-Geometric Skyphos (early 7th c.) image of vase
N.340 TC Alabastron, excavations near Bolsena (late 7th c.) photograph not yet available
N.422 Miniature Corinthian Skyphos (sphinxes), Greece (7th c.) image of Greek vase
N.341 TC Alabastron (late 7th c.) photograph not yet available
N.10 Ionian Kylix (plain) (mid 6th c.) image of Greek vase
N.428 BF Attic Lekythos in the "Hoplite Leaving Home" Group (3 figures) (late 6th c.) photograph not yet available
N.11 BF Lekythos in Haspel's Trebenishte Group (palmettes, men in himatia), Italy (late 6th c.) image of vase
N.30 BF Attic Lekythos from the Beldam Workshop (3 palmettes) (late 6th c.) image of vase
N.12 BF Attic Lekythos (Athena, Herakles, Apollo, Artemis, tripod) attributed to the Manner of the Emporion Painter (early 5th c.) image of Greek vase
N.13 White-ground Attic Lekythos (aulete, 2 dancing soldiers) (early 5th c.) image of Greek vase
N.15 RF Attic Lekythos by the Aischines Painter (woman runs L, kalathos) (early 5th c.) image of vase
N.16 RF Attic Lekythos (woman pours libation, altar) (early 5th c.) image of Greek vase
N.30 BF Attic Lekythos from the Beldam Workshop (3 palmettes) (early 5th c.) photograph not yet available
N.416 Black-figure palmette Lekythos possibly in or in the manner of the Beldam Workshop, Greece (early 5th c.) photograph not yet available
N.510 Attic red-figure pelike by the Tyszkiewicz Painter (ca. 470) image of Greek vaseimage of Greek vase
N.503 Attic red-figure stemless kylix: youth reclines on a kline holding a stemless kylix; manner of Makron? (ca. 460) image of Greek vase
N.229 RF Attic Kylix (Sabouroff P), Vulci (mid 5th c.) image of Greek vaseimage of Greek vaseimage of Greek vase
N.267 RF Owl Cup (small; ?Modern forgery or partial forgery) (copying mid 5th c.?) image of vase
N.506 RF Owl Cup (mid 5th c.) image of Greek vase
N.20 White-ground Lekythos by the Tymbos Painter (woman before tomb) (second half 5th c.) image of vase
N.19 Sessile Kantharos (Saint-Valentine class) (late 5th c.) image of Greek vaseimage of Greek vase
N.238 South Italian red-figure "bail" amphora attributed to the "Whiteface" Painter (ca. 360-330) image of Greek vase
N.231 Faliscan bell krater fragment attributed to the Painter of Tübingen Kylix F 13 (ca. 400-350) image of Greek vase
N.505 South Italian lekanis in the Winterthur Group (Woman's Head) (ca. 350-325) image of Greek vase
N.504 South Italian plate (Woman's Head) (ca. 350-325) image of Greek vase
N.332 TC Votive Bowl (3rd-2nd c.) photograph not yet available
N.334 TC Votive Pedestaled Dish (3rd-2nd c.) photograph not yet available
N.49 TC Votive Jug, ?Italy (3rd-2nd c.) for a photograph, cf. N.285 etc.
N.312 TC Votive Kylix (3rd-2nd c.) photograph not yet available
N.48 TC Votive Patera (3rd-2nd c.) for a photograph, cf. N.285 etc.
N.50 TC Votive Patera, Italy (3rd-2nd c.) for a photograph, cf. N.285 etc.
N.51-61 TC Votive Paterae, Italy (3rd-2nd c.) for a photograph, cf. N.285 etc.
N.62 TC Patera, Cerveteri. (3rd-2nd c.) photograph not yet available
N.285-287, 300-303, 305-311, 313-331, 333 TC Votive Paterae (3rd-2nd c.) image of a group of votive vessels
N.288-299 TC Votive Paterae, Italy (3rd-2nd c.) for a photograph, cf. N.285 etc.
N.304 TC Votive Phiale Mesomphalos (3rd-2nd c.) for a photograph, cf. N.285 etc.

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Nike (Victory) of Samothrace (reduced size)
Modern plaster replica (given to the Wilcox by the KU Department of French and Italian) at a about 1/2 scale of a Greek original of ca. 190 BCE (original is just over 8 ft tall). According to the small metal oval in the back, the cast was purchased from the Caproni Bros. cast company of Boston probably in 1885.

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