- Can We Move Forward? Comments on the Current Debate over Handmade Burnish Ware. Small, David B. // Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology;Dec97, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p223
Comments on the debate over handmade burnished ceramics in Late Mycenaean Greece. Arguments raised by the debate; Market system used by Aegean agriculturists; Misinterpretations of antiquated economies.
- Amphora. // Apollo: The International Magazine for Collectors;Oct2011, Vol. 174 Issue 591, p15
An image of a late 6th-century BC Attic amphora by the Antimenes Painter is presented.
- REFERENCES. // Hesperia Supplements;2011, Issue 46, p333
A bibliography of works referenced in the book "The Symposium in Context: Pottery from a Late Archaic House near the Athenian Agora" that includes the books "The Hunt in Ancient Greece," by J. Barringer, "Attic Red-Figured Vases in American Museums," by J. D. Beazley, and "Food in the Ancient...
- Outstanding attic red-figure kylix depicting the epic of Heracles versus the giant Alkyoneus. // Apollo: The International Magazine for Collectors;May2012, Vol. 175 Issue 598, p49
An image is presented of an attic red-figure kylix depicting the epic of Heracles versus the giant Alkyoneus.
- POTS OF SILVER? Vickers, Michael // History Today;Feb2002, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p29
Considers the original value of Greek ceramics. Traditional attitude towards Greek vases; Information on libation bowl from Duvanli; Use of most of the pottery.
- The Corinth Oinochoe: One- and Two-Handled Jugs in Ancient Corinth. McPhee, Ian // Hesperia;Jan-Mar2005, Vol. 74 Issue 1, p41
One of the many characteristic shapes produced in Corinth during the Archaic and Classical periods was the round-mouthed jug with one or two handles, the so-called �Corinth oinochoe.� The present article examines the typological development of this shape, particularly the version with two...
- What If�. // Ceramic Review;Jul/Aug2010, Issue 244, p14
The article explores the influence of early Greek terra sigillata studies on the author's ceramic art style. The author has completed a ceramics course and wrote his thesis on Greek terra sigillata ceramics. In his quest for slips that do not look superficial, the author remembered the terra...
- The cicada on the omphalos: an iconological excursion. Hoffmann, Herbert // Antiquity;Dec88, Vol. 62 Issue 237, p744
Examines the cultural, political and religious significance of the Greek cicada during the Classical period. Representation of the pottery phiale or libation bowl in Athenian vase paintings; Influence of the Persian civilization on Greek art; Discussion of the cicada as a natural symbol in...
- Greeks. Walker, Jane // First Fun Encyclopedia;2003, p52
This article focuses on Greeks. The people of ancient Greece had many important ideas about science, buildings, art, drama, poetry, athletics, and government. One of the most famous ideas handed down from that time is the Olympic Games. In ancient Greece, this sporting contest was held every...