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Amasis, signed (potter); Amasis Painter
Object type neck amphora
Side A: Athena and Poseidon (identified by inscriptions).
Date circa 540 BC
Medium black-figure ceramic
Dimensions Height: 33 cm (12.9 in)
dimensions QS:P2048,33U174728
Accession number
De Ridder 222 (= Luynes 678)
place of creation Athens
Object history Place of discovery: Vulci, Viterbo.
Credit line Durand Collection; purchase, 1836
References Beazley, ABV, 152.25, 687; CVA France 7, III H e, pl. 36, 1–7 & pl. 7
Source/Photographer (Illustration from a lithograph by Kaeppelin et Cie., ca. 1840.)
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