6 edition of Caeretan hydriae found in the catalog.
|Statement||Jaap M. Hemelrijk.|
|Series||Forschungen zur antiken Keramik., Bd. 5|
|LC Classifications||NK4650.H9 H45 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|LC Control Number||85118250|
Ancient Greek black figure pottery vessels in all known shapes and sizes. Faithful historically accurate reproductions of original ancient Greek vessels. Caeretan hydriae (Jfdl  ), could only be cited. Caeretan Hydriae is an exhaustive study of these ornate vases, but the thoroughness of the investigation and the complexity of the vases have led to a book which by the au-thor's own admission is difficult to read. The Foreword and Guide to the Reader ought to be carefully perused.
Replica Caeretan Hydria depicting Herakles and Cereberus, ca. BCE. Etruscans Imitating Greeks. The Etruscans were evidently inspired by Greek decorative pottery and by the end of the 6th century BCE they were beginning to make their own versions. A series of such vases are called Caeretan hydria after the Etruscan city of Caere where. 13 Copenhagen, Nat. Mus. , Caeretan hydria: K. Friis Johansen, “Eine neue Caeretaner Hydria”, O ; 6 Similar scenes are found on Attic pottery, e.g., a skyphos by the Theseus painter,11 with a male kanephoros, a bull with a leader, an aulete and two men carrying a large vessel on a pole.
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Download. Presentation/Study Size ( x px • KB) Print Resolution Size ( x px • MB) Highest Resolution Size ( x px • MB). A Caeretan hydria is a type of ancient Greek painted vase, belonging to the black-figure style.
Caeretan hydria are a particularly colourful type of Greek vase painting. Their geographic origin is disputed by scholars, but in recent years the view that they were produced by two potter-painters who had emigrated from East Greece to Caere in Etruria has gained ground.
book Caeretan hydriae Jaap M Hemelrijk Published in in Mainz am Rhein by von Zabern 1. Text show more. Services. Reference details. More from. Jaap M Hemelrijk; More about. Hydriae Themes, motives; Vase-painting, Greek Themes, motives Italy Cerveteri. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hemelrijk, Jaap Caeretan hydriae book.
Caeretan hydriae. Mainz: P. von Zabern, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. Caeretan Hydriae J. Hemelrijk: Caeretan Hydriae. (Kerameus, 5.) 2 Vols.
X + ; X + Pages of Plates. Mainz: Von Zabern, DM. Caeretan hydriae ( words) [German version] Caeretan hydriae book collection of hydriae (about 40 have been documented to date), dating from BC, from a workshop which was presumably located in Caere, the main finding place; the term Caeretan hydriae (CH) was coined by C.
Humann and O. Puchstein [1. After they were for many years considered to be of. Caeretan Hydria Attributed to Eagle Painter about B.C. The J. Paul Getty Museum Los Angeles, United States. On this black-figure hydria, the Greek hero Herakles battles the Lernean Hydra while a large crab nips at his foot.
His companion Iolaos attacks from the other side, cutting off one of the monster's heads with a harpe or short curved.
Online Publications: Book Review "More About Caeretan Hydriae: Addenda et Clarificanda". Caeretan Hydria, Herakles battles the Lernean Hydra Attributed to Eagle Painter (Greek (Caeretan), active - B.C.) Etruscan (Caeretan) Place:.
One of the most extraordinary renderings of various sea creatures is the well-known and often-published Caere-tan hydria now in the Niarchos Collection. In contrast to the accurately rendered seal, which is rare in Greek art of all periods, octopus. A major exhibition at the Baden State Museum in Karlsruhe sheds light on the mysterious Etruscan civilization, one of the most ancient in present-day Italy.
Some aspects of this culture remain. Cerveteri (Etruscan name: Cisra or Caisra, Greek: Agylla, Roman: Caere) was an important Etruscan town which flourished between the 7th and 4th century d near the western coast of central Italy, around 50 km north of Rome, Cerveteri is today most famous for its thousands of rock-cut tombs which were rich in artefacts and wall paintings depicting scenes from Etruscan daily life.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages, 48 pages of plates: illustrations (some color) ; 32 cm. Contents.
This vase is a fine example of the Caeretan hydriae, which were produced by a small group of Ionian artists who moved to Etruria to escape the threat of the Persian invasion. Herakles, shown with his traditional attributes of the lion skin and the club, is presenting Kerberus, held simply on a lead, to a terrified Eurystheus, who is half-hidden.
Terracotta hydria (water jar) ca. – B.C. Attributed to the Eagle Painter Obverse, a lion and a leopard felling a bull Reverse, two horsemen This jar belongs to a small group of distinctive hydriae found in Etruria that are believed to have been produced by East Greek craftsmen who had emigrated to Caere, an Etruscan city on the Italian.
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Explore the editions on this page, or click any book title to read about the book in more detail. It's a great way to see if you've missed any. Thank you for visiting. Caeretan Hydria (vase) from Getty Museum. Reptilian body, multiple regrowing heads, stinking toxic breath, venomous blood and bile, preying on humans and their livestock Not that other mythical monstrosities were less powerful, repulsive or dangerous – only the Greek mythology contains multiple beasts that could easily compete Hydra in all.
Book Review of More About Caeretan Hydriae: Addenda et Clarificanda, by J.M. Hemelrijk Reviewed by Michele George American Journal of Archaeology Vol.No.
1 (January ). Hydria (ceramic water container) with Hercules and the Lernaean Hydra (an ancient serpent-like water monster), from Etruria, attributed to the Painter of Aquila, BCE.
(Photo taken at the "Monsters. Fantastic Creatures of Fear and Myth" exhibition, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Rome). Caeretan Hydria (Water Jar) With Herakles and Iolaos Attacking the Hydra, B.C.
Image The Caeretan Hydra (Water Jar) is on display in the Etruscan Gallery at the Getty Villa.Here you can find ancient Greek pottery vessels in all known shapes and sizes. All our pottery items are faithful reproductions of original ancient Greek vessels to be found in museums, archaeological sites and private collections all over the world.hydria arv2 herakles rome deceased tombs vessels helbig museo hydriai imagery painters della workshops workshop johnston inscription figs inscriptions villa giulia abv Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and.