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Ancient Greek Kraters with Actors



Very rare Ancient Greek Campanian Krater with Actors

Very rare Ancient Greek Campanian Krater with Actors

Three men robbing a miser in his house, in a scene from a phlyax play painted by Asteas (350-340 BCE)

Phlyax actor as a slave from a Sicilian chalice-krater by a painter of the Lentini-Manfria Group, c. 350–40 BCE (Louvre)

Phlyax scene: a master and his slave. Side A from a Silician red-figured calyx-krater, ca. 350 BC–340 BC (Louvre)

Calyx-krater by Euphronios, Antikensammlung Berlin 2180. From Capua.

A small Campanian red-figure bell krater Attributed to the Danaid Painter, circa 335

Red-figure bell krater: detail of decoration showing a scene from a play, Apulian (ceramic). Museo Archeologico, Bari, Italy

Paestan red-figure skyphos, decorated with a phlyax actor and a female acrobat, Greek, Asteas Group, c.350-325 BC (ceramic). Greek, (4th century BC) / Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford, UK / The Bridgeman Art Library

A female acrobat next to a potter's turntable. Detail from a Campanian red-figure hydria, ca. 340-330 BC..Red Figured Hydria 340-330 BC Campanian (The British Museum)

Scene from comedy (Aristophanes' Birds) 

Oinochoe phlyax BM F99. Herakles chasing a woman, scene of a phlyax play. Apulian red-figured oinochoe, ca. 370–360 BC. From the Basilicata

Attic red-figure volute-crater, detail of scene of actors and musicians preparing for a performance before Bacchus and Ariadne, Greek, from Ruvo, 5th century BC (ceramic) Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples, Italy

Mixing Vessel with a "Phlyax" Scene (Getty Museum). Parody of birth of Erichthonius.

Actor basket Louvre K244. "Phlyax" with basket 

Bell Krater (mixing bowl for wine and water): Scene from a Comic Play | Harvard Art Museums

Xanthias Heracles BM. The actor Xanthias, masked and costumed, standing next to a statuette of Heracles. Detail from a Campanian red-figure oinochoe, ca. 350-340 BC

British Museum 1856,0512.12 (360–350 BC). Vase which depicts "animal mistreatment". A late chous (360–350 BC) in the British Museum shows a young girl whirling a turtle about by a string attached to its rear foot, teasing her pet Maltese dog in the process. This may be compared to depictions on funeral stelae of children holding birds in the air over leaping Maltese dogs, scene of play.

Phlyax scene.Campanian red-figure calyx-krater, 360–340 BC. Peintre de Dircé.National Archaeological Museum of Spain.






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