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Published by Clarendon Press in Oxford .
Written in English


  • Vases -- Italy -- Basilicata.,
  • Vases -- Italy -- Campania.,
  • Vases -- Italy -- Sicily.

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Includes bibliographical references.

Statementby A.D. Trendall.
SeriesOxford monographs on classical archaeology, Institute of Classical Studies bulletin. Supplement -- no. 26, 31, Bulletin supplement (University of London. Institute of Classical Studies) -- no. 26, 31.
LC ClassificationsNK4649 T72
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20697227M

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Arthur Dale Trendall, AC, CMG (28 March – 13 November ) was a New Zealand-born Australian art historian and classical archaeologist whose work on identifying the work of individual artists on Greek ceramic vessels at Apulia and other sites earned him international prizes and a papal knighthood. Educated at the University of Otago (–29) and the University of Cambridge ( The red-figured vases of Lucania, Campania and Sicily. 2 volumes (complete set). Campania also produced red-figure vases in the 5th and 4th centuries BC. The light brown clay of Campania was covered with a slip that developed a pink or red tint after firing. The Campanian painters preferred smaller vessel types, but also hydriai and bell kraters. The most popular shape is the bow-handled amphora. The Red-Figured Vase of Lucania, Campania and Sicily. [REVIEW] Noel Oakeshott & A. D. Trendall - - Journal of Hellenic Studies The Redfigured Vases of ApuliaFirst Supplement to the Red-Figured Vases of N. R. Oakeshott, A. D. Trendall.

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Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum The J Paul Getty Museum Book Summary: This volume documents the Etruscan black-figure vases and fragments in the Getty Museum antiquities collection. The author expertly places these objects in their artistic context, making this fascicule a standard reference for Etruscan ceramics. Dale Trendall, Alexander Cambitoglou, , , Clarendon Press, The Red-figured Vases of Lucania, Campania and Sicily, Volume 2, Issue 2, Arthur Dale Trendall,, Vases,.. Book 1 Christy is due for retirement from her fairy godmother gig, but she New, thoroughly. In August his book The red-figured vases of Lucania, Campania, and Sicily was published by the Clarendon Press, and the second, and much enlarged, edition of Phlyax Vases appeared in October as one of the publications of the Institute of Classical Studies, London. During his present trip he will be gathering material for a book on 'Ornate. Jul 10,  · John Davidson Beazley, “Hydria-fragments in Corinth,” Hesperia 24 (): ; a similar conclusion is echoed by Trendall (The Red-Figured Vases of Lucania, Campania and Sicily, 55; with further references), who notes: “The Perseus scene is probably to be associated with a satyr play. which may well have been performed during the Author: John K. Papadopoulos.