Periklean Athens and Its Legacy. Problems and Perspectives by Judith M. Barringer, Jeffrey M. Hurwit

By Judith M. Barringer, Jeffrey M. Hurwit

The past due 5th century BC used to be the golden age of historic Athens. below the management of the well known soldier-statesman Perikles, Athenians started rebuilding the Akropolis, the place they created the nonetheless awe-inspiring Parthenon. Athenians additionally reached a zenith of inventive success in sculpture, vase portray, and structure, which supplied carrying on with suggestion for plenty of succeeding generations. The particularly commissioned essays during this quantity provide a clean, cutting edge landscape of the paintings, structure, heritage, tradition, and impression of Periklean Athens. Written through top specialists within the box, the articles hide a variety of themes, together with: * An assessment of Perikles' army management throughout the early levels of the Peloponnesian conflict. * Iconographical and iconological reviews of vase work, wall work, and sculpture. * Explorations of the Parthenon and different monuments of the Athenian Akropolis. *The legacy of Periklean Athens and its effect upon later artwork. * checks of the fashionable reception of the Akropolis. As a complete, this choice of essays proves that even a well-explored box reminiscent of Periklean Athens can yield new treasures whilst mined via perceptive and pro investigators.

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No. 6; Fig. 25 Thus, there are two variants of bail oinochoai, one having the body of an olpe, the other of form Vb. The same two variants are found in Attic black gloss. An unpublished example in Athens (No. 8) has the first form, the central plait of its otherwise reserved handle painted red. Seven others take the second form (Nos. 9–15; Fig. 9), four with twisted handle (Nos. 9, 11, 14, and 15), three with a plain black one (Nos. 10, 12, and 13). They all date to the fifth or fourth century: at least one to the first half of the fifth century (No.

110–111, 589–590 no. 438. For bail handles, see Weber 2000, 25–36. 29. , Late Helladic III: Mountjoy 1999, 589–590, nos. 436–437. Geometric: Athens, Kerameikos 300; Coldstream 1968, pl. 5:a. Seventh Century: Kübler 1970, pls. 27, 62. Some black-figure oinochoai were clearly made as funerary vessels, such as Athens, Kerameikos 40: ABV 19,2; Kübler 1970, pls. 93, 95–96. 30. 74; Shapiro 1981, 138–139; CVA Robinson 3 USA 7 pl. 3:1. Baskets: ABV 658, 121–124. For other shapes with basket handles, see Sparkes and Talcott 1971, 203, n.

6. Dresden, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen ZV 2955 From Aigina. Cavalcade. 2. Quebec, Laval University D 12 (now on loan to Montreal, Musée des Beaux-Arts) AA (1925), cols. 104, 108–109, no. 18; col. 109, fig. 11. Fig. 7 From Greece. Ht. 3–5, Ht. 2, Dm. 2, Db. 4–5, Max. D. 1. Cavalcade. Oakley 2003, 36–37, fig. 2 and 103, cat. no. 12. Figs. 5–6 7. Dresden, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen ZV 2956 From Aigina. Ht. 2, Db. 1. Hoplite fighting a Skythian archer. AA (1925) cols. 109–110, no. 19. Fig. 8 3. Once Berlin, Staatliche Museen, Antikensammlung VI 3330 (destroyed) 20 Joh n H .

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