<!--#4DHTML ... : missing --><!--#4DHTML ... : missing --> US-CtW-XXX/lido-12491 http://www.cidoc-crm.org/crm-concepts/#E22 Man-Made Object Attic Image Dr. Robert Sutton examined this vessel (10/29/2013) and noted that a "K" (kappa) and a backwards "N" (nu or possibly alpha) scratched into the bottom of the foot of the amphora appear to be trademarks. 54321 Institution name http://YourURL.org P.89 Institution Name 111.111, -22.2222 12345 Institution City 111.111, -22.2222 dimensions: 13 9/16 x 9 1/4 x 9 1/4 in. (344.488 x 235 x 234.95 mm). creation 500003458 Antimenes Painter Ancient Greek active ca. 530 BCE - ca. 510 BCE ca. 530 BCE ca. 510 BCE Unknown Primary Circle of ca. 540 BCE - 525 BCE 0 0 Clay acquisition Gift of Joseph Clark Hoppin, Professor of Archaeology <!--4DIF (GetSelectedRecordNumber(72) # 1)--> : A Boolean argument was expected. amphorae <!--4DIF (GetSelectedRecordNumber(72) # 1)--> : A Boolean argument was expected. Archaic <!--4DIF (GetSelectedRecordNumber(72) # 1)--> : A Boolean argument was expected. Attic <!--4DIF (GetSelectedRecordNumber(72) # 1)--> : A Boolean argument was expected. Black-figure <!--4DIF (GetSelectedRecordNumber(72) # 1)--> : A Boolean argument was expected. neck amphorae <!--4DIF (GetSelectedRecordNumber(72) # 1)--> : A Boolean argument was expected. vase paintings The Beazly Archive Online mistakenly assigns the ampohora to the Antimenes Painter rather than to his Circle as Beazley suggested. 12491 7 Institution Name http://yoururl.org Institution Name https://triarte.brynmawr.edu https://triarte.brynmawr.edu/Obj157513 <!--4DIF ([Objects_1]Copyright_text="DAC Open Access Image (