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No. R 1335 in the Lewes house Register; paper label BB 16.2 No. 1 on Hoppin''s list.
Inscribed by the painter in added red:
Tondo: EPELEIOS KALOS NAIXI.
Side A: [TH]EODOROS NAIXI K[AL]O[S]. HO PAIS KALOS. EPELEIOS KALOS NAIXI.
Side B: ISRAXOS KALOS. EPELEIOS KALOS NAIXI. HO PAIS KALOS. One section of the inscriptions cannot be seen easily in photographs on side B, detail of that area with Raking light, UV light, digital microscope show the H O and very lightly the P of the inscription.
Descriptions of placement - Tondo: to the right, EPELEIOS, to the left, KALOS NAIXI (retrograde); Side A (6 youths flanking central seated man): above head of seated figure on left to the head of the next figure, [TH]EODOROS, from near the face of the seated toward the face of the standing youth, NAIXI, from near the nose of the standing youth in retrograde and marred by breaks, K[AL]O[S] (portion of the L is visible, but I do not see the final S although it is noted in the CVA), from the back of the head of the standing youth to the back of the head of the next youth, HO PAIS, from the back of the head of the seated man in retrograde, KALOS, from the (closed) mouth of the seated man EPELEIOS (the O is slightly marred by a break) to the forehand of the standing youth in front of him, behind the head of the youth holding a flower to his nose and to the back of the head of the next youth who is turning his body, KALOS and below that in a nearly vertical line is NAIXI, from near the head of the turning youth to over the head of the final youth appears HO PA[IS] and in retrograde beginning near the face of the youth at the right most of the scene is KALOS; Side B: IS (head of youth)RAX (head of next youth) OS KAL (head of third youth, seated) OS, From near the head of the standing youth with a flower to the right of the seated central figure in retrograde towards the lap of the seated figures EPELEIOS, Starting at the back of teh head of the youth with the flower to the back of the head of the next youth, who is again turning, KALOS, following the arm of the turning youth in retrograde NAIXI, between right pair of youths, supposed to be: HO PAIS, KALOS in retrograde; however I only see PAIS (mostly faded, P barely visible, word divided by the head) and KALOS (not in retrograde) in an area with heavy cleaning .
Scratched into the black gloss on the foot are sets of 3 letters. They appear to be: EKH (the "E" could be a Greek sigma) and IKH (?) M. Weldon 5/22/2017
dimensions: 4 7/8 x 12 13/16 x 15 3/4 in. (12.4 x 32.5 x 40.005 cm).
active ca. 530 BCE - 500 BCE
ca. 530 BCE
ca. 510 BCE
Gift of Joseph Clark Hoppin, Professor of Archaeology
kylikes type B
Gsell, Stéphane. 1891. Fouilles dans la Nécropole de Vulci. Paris. Tomb discussed on pages 178-187 (the cup itself is object 5, discussed on pages 185-187) Pls XIII-XVI, Tomb LXXIX, Ch. B, n°5
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