13363, ATHENIAN, Rome, Mus. Naz. Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Malibu (CA), The J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu (CA), The J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu (CA), The J. Paul Getty Museum, 121110

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  • Vase Number: 13363
  • Fabric: ATHENIAN
  • Technique: RED-FIGURE
  • Shape Name: CUP C FRAGMENTS
  • Provenance: ITALY, ETRURIA, CERVETERI
  • Date: -525 to -475
  • Inscriptions: EUPHRONIOS
    Inscription: HERKEIO
    Named: ASTYANACHS, POLYCHSENE, NEOPTOLEMOS, ]AIPHONOS
    Named: ATHENAIA, []AIPHONOS, ..]MOPHON, STHENELOS, KATTANDRA
    Named: [DA]MOPHON, STHENOLO[S], H[...]E, KATTANDRA, OPHRU[...]S, [OLYTT]EUS, [...]O. MENELEOS, HELENE, EROS, [...]S, AN[...]
    Named: [PA]TROKLOS, THE[T]I[S], A[CHILLEUS], [? ATHEN]AIAS, APOLLON
    Signature: [EU]PH[RONIOS EPOIE]SE[N]
  • Attributed To: EUPHRONIOS POTTER by SIGNATURE
    ONESIMOS by WILLIAMS
  • Decoration: A: PATROKLOS (NAMED) LEADING BRISEIS AWAY FROM ACHILLES, THETIS (NAMED), MEN, ONE LEANING ON STAFF, WARRIOR
    B: FIGHT, WARRIORS, ONE WITH BOEOTIAN SHIELD, DEVICE, BOAR, BETWEEN ATHENA (NAMED, ATHENAIA ?) AND APOLLO (AJAX AND HEKTOR ?)
    I: ILIOUPERSIS, PRIAM ON ALTAR WITH INSCRIPTION, NEOPTOLEMOS WITH ASTYANAX, POLYXENE (ALL NAMED), SWORD, SHIELD DEVICE, LION ATTACKING DEER, WARRIOR FALLEN (NAMED []AIPHONOS, DAIPHOBOS ?)
    IZ: ILIOUPERSIS, WARRIORS (ONE NAMED, ..]MOPHON) AND OLD WOMAN AT ALTAR (AKAMAS AND DEMOPHON RESCUING AITHRA), WOMAN WITH PESTLE, WARRIOR (NAMED, STHENELOS), RAPE OF CASSANDRA (NAMED, KATTANDRA), KNEELING NAKED AT STATUE OF ATHENA IN PATTERNED COSTUME, TRIPOD, AJAX, FIGHT, WARRIORS, ONE FALLEN, ONE IN LEOPARD SKIN (ODYSSEUS ?), OLD WOMAN, MAN (ANTENOR AND THEANO ?), MENELAOS AND HELEN (NAMED, MENELEOS, HELENE), EROS FLYING, WOMAN WITH DOUBLE AXE
    UH: STOOL, GOOSE
  • Current Collection: Rome, Mus. Naz. Etrusco di Villa Giulia: 121110
  • Previous Collections:
    • Malibu (CA), The J. Paul Getty Museum: 83.AE.362
    • Malibu (CA), The J. Paul Getty Museum: 84.AE.8
    • Malibu (CA), The J. Paul Getty Museum: 85.AE.385
  • Publication Record: Archeo, Attualita di Passato: 176 (OCTOBER 1999) 14 (COLOUR OF I AND A)
    Boardman, J. (ed.), The Oxford History of Classical Art (Oxford, 1993): 78, FIG.76 (I)
    Bulletin of the J. Paul Getty Trust: 2 (1987) 1, 10, 13 (I, PART)
    Carter, J.B., and Morris, S.P. (eds.), The Ages of Homer: A Tribute to Emily Townsend Vermeule (Austin, 1995): 229, FIG.15.9 (I)
    Classical Antiquity: 15 (1996) FIG.4 AT P.184 (PART OF I AND IZ)
    Cristofani, M., Due testi dell'Italia Preromana, Quaderni di Archeologia Etrusco-Italica 25 (Rome, 1996): 56-57, FIGS.30-33 (I, A, B, UF)
    Deacy, S. and Pierce, K.F., Rape in Antiquity (Swansea, 1997): 139, FIG.11 (PART OF IZ)
    Ellinghaus, C., Die Parthenonskulpturen, Der Bauschmuck eines offentlichen Monumentes der demokratischen Gesellschaft Athens zur Zeit des Perikles, Techniken in der bildenden Kunst zur Tradierung von Aussagen (Hamburg, 2011): FIG.89 (I, IZ)
    Gaultier, F., et al. (eds.), Gli Etruschi e il Mediterraneo. La citta di Cerveteri (Rome, 2014): 178, NO.187 (COLOUR OF I)
    Gherchanoc, F., and Huet, V. (eds.), Vetements antiques, S'habiller, se deshabiller dans les mondes anciens (Arles, 2012): 215, FIG.10 (COLOUR OF PART OF IZ)
    Gilman, B. (ed.), Masterpieces of the J. Paul Getty Museum, Antiquities (Los Angeles, 1997): 38-39 (COLOUR OF I AND PART OF I)
    Giuliani, L., Image and myth, a history of pictorial narration in Greek art (Chicago, 2013): 178-179, FIG.43A-C (I, IZ, PART OF IZ)
    Godart, L., and De Caro, S. (eds.), Nostoi, Capolavori Ritrovati, Roma, Palazzo del Quirinale, Galleria di Alessandro VII, 21 dicembre 2007 - 2 marzo 2008 (Rome, 2007): 78-79 (COLOUR OF I AND IZ)
    Greek Vases in the J.Paul Getty Museum: 3 (1986), 106, FIG.4 (PART)
    Greek Vases in the J.Paul Getty Museum: 4 (1989), 182-184, FIGS.1, 3, 4 (A)
    Greek Vases in the J.Paul Getty Museum: 5 (1991) 49-60, FIG.8A-K (I, IZ, PARTS OF IZ, A, PARTS OF A)
    Haynes, S., Etruscan Civilization, A Cultural History (Los Angeles, 2000): 213, FIG.175 (UF)
    Hedreen, G., Capturing Troy, The Narrative Functions of Landscape in Archaic and Early Classical Greek Art (Ann Arbor, 2001): FIGS.6A-C (PARTS OF I AND IZ)
    Holliday, P.J., (ed.) Narrative and Event in Ancient Art (Cambridge, 1993): 105, FIG.42 (PART OF IZ AND I)
    J. Paul Getty Museum Journal: 12 (1984), 246, NO.73 (PART OF I)
    J. Paul Getty Museum Journal: 18 (1990) 54-55, FIGS.1-4 (A, PART OF I, UF, PROFILE)
    Journal of Hellenic Studies: 115 (1995) PL.1 (I AND IZ)
    Jufresa, M., et al. (eds.), Ouranos-Gaia, L'espai a Grecia III, anomenar l'espai (Tarragona, 2013): 108, FIGS.5-5BIS (I, IZ)
    L'histoire comme imperatif ou la 'volonte de comprendre', Actes du Colloque en hommage a Jean-Pierre Vernant et Pierre Vidal-Naquet, Naples, 24-27 novembre 2008 (Naples, 2011): 121, FIG.8 (I AND IZ)
    Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae: IV, PL.341, HELENE 277
    Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae: VII, PL.620, THEANO I 10 (PART)
    Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae: VII, PL.680, KASSANDRA I 104 (PARTS OF I)
    Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae: VIII, PL.400, ILIOUPERSIS 7 (I)
    Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae: VIII, PL.636, PATROKLOS 7 (A)
    Mangold, M., Kassandra in Athen, die Eroberung Trojas auf attischen Vasenbildern (Berlin, 2000): 24, 93, 105, 124, FIGS.14, 52, 57, 62 (I, IZ, PARTS OF IZ)
    Mediterranean Archaeology: 9/10 (1996/97) PL.20.6 (PART OF IZ)
    Muth, S., Gewalt im Bild, Das Phanomen der medialen Gewalt im Athen des 6. und 5. Jahrhunderts v. Chr. (Berlin, 2008): 305, 558, 593-595, FIGS.206, 400, 424, 426, 428 (PARTS OF IZ, I, IZ)
    Oakley, J.H. et al., Athenian Potters and Painters, The Conference Proceedings (Oxford, 1997): 303, FIG.6 (PART OF I)
    Oenbrink, W., Das Bild im Bilde (Frankfurt, 1997): 415, PL.3 TOP (PART OF IZ)
    PHOTOGRAPH(S) IN THE BEAZLEY ARCHIVE: 18
    Pelagatti, P. and Guzzo, P. (eds.), Antichita senza provenienza II, Atti del colloquio internazionale 17-18. Ottobre 1997, Boll.d.Arte Supp. 3 (1997): 71-82, FIGS.1-22
    Recke, M., Gewalt und Leid, Das Bild des Krieges bei den Athenern im 6. und 5. Jh. v. Chr. (Istanbul, 2002): PLS.14A, 22B, 31A, 57A (I, PARTS OF IZ)
    Reeder, E.D., et al., Pandora, Women in Classical Greece (Baltimore, 1995): 82, FIG.8 (PART OF IZ)
    Revue Archeologique: 2015.2, 285, FIG.58 (DRAWING OF PART OF B)
    Robertson, C.M., The art of vase-painting in classical Athens (Cambridge, 1992): 47, FIG.33 (PART OF I)
    Schierup, S. & Rasmussen, B.B. (eds.), Red-figure Pottery in its Ancient Setting, Gosta Enbom Monographs 2 (Copenhagen, 2012): 135, FIGS.2A-B (I, PART OF IZ)
    Seidensticker, B., and Vohler, M. (eds.), Gewalt und Asthetik, Zur Gewalt und ihrer Darstellung in der griechischen Klassik (Berlin, New York, 2006): 241, FIG.7 (DRAWING OF I AND IZ)
    Silver, V., The Lost Chalice, The Real-Life Chase for One of the World's Rarest Masterpieces, a Priceless 2,500-Year-Old Artifact Depicting the Fall of Troy (New York, 2009): PL. AT 216 (I, PART OF IZ)
    Sparkes, B., Greek Art, Second Edition (Cambridge, 2011): 136, FIG.44 (COLOUR OF I AND IZ)
    Spivey, N., Etruscan Art (London, 1998): 85, FIG.67 (A)
    Stewart, A., Art, Desire, and the Body in Ancient Greece (Cambridge, 1997): 22, FIG.12 (PART OF IZ)
    Torelli, M., The Etruscans (Milan, 2000): 623, NO.282 (COLOUR OF I)
    Workshop di archeologia classica. Paesaggi, costruzioni, reperti: 5 (2008) 20-23, FIGS.9-11 (I, PARTS OF I AND IZ)
    Zeitschrift fur Papyrologie und Epigraphik: 111 (1996) PL.9 (UF)
  • AVI Web: https://www.avi.unibas.ch/DB/searchform.html?ID=5158
  • AVI Record Number: 4972
  • LIMC ID: 239
  • LIMC Web: http://ark.dasch.swiss/ark:/72163/080e-73a7292df075a-8
  • CAVI Collection: Malibu 83.AE.362.+
  • CAVI Lemma: Fragmentary RF cup. Onesimos. Euphronios, potter. Early fifth.
  • CAVI Subject: Int.: Iliupersis: tondo: Death of Priam at the Altar of Zeus Herkeios: Polyxena with a pestle (or sword?); Priam; Neoptolemos swinging Astyanax; a fallen Trojan. Zone: other Iliupersis scenes: Akamas and Demophon rescuing Aithra; Stenelos attacking a pestle-wielding woman; Rape of Cassandra; a Greek fighting two Trojans, one of whom, wounded, is still standing; a Greek warrior with animal skin facing an old woman and old man (Antenor and Theano?); gap; Menelaus and Helen, with Eros; fragmentary: two warriors locked in combat(?); a woman attacking with a double axe. Ext.: from the Trojan War: A: Briseis sent to Agamemnon (so Williams): at left, Agamemnon and Menelaus(?); Patroclus and Briseis; two heralds; Thetis rushing to Achilles. B: very fragmentary: duel of Ajax and Achilles, with Athena (at left) and Apollo? Under the handles: a stool; a goose.
  • CAVI Inscriptions: Int.: tondo: on the altar, in BG: hερκε̣ιω, for hερκειο, gen{1}. Above Neoptolemus' head, following the margin: Nεοπτολεμος. To right of the figure of Astyanax: Αστυαναχς. Above the woman, along the margin: Πολυχσενε. The fallen warrior: [Δ]αιφονος{2}. Zone: to right of the head of the warrior approaching Aithra: [Δε]μοφον. To left of Sthenelos' head: Σθελελο[ς], retr., miswritten for Σθενελο[ς]. The pestle-wielder: h[4-5]ε{3}. To left of Cassandra who is kneeling: Καττανδρα, retr. The standing wounded Trojan: Οφρυ(.)[.]ς{4}. Warrior in animal skin: [Ολυττ]ευς(?). The old woman: [--]ο, retr. Under Menelaus' right armpit: Μενελεος, retr. To right of Helen's middle: hελενε{5}. Ερος. One combatant in the last scene: [--]ς. The woman: Αν[--]{6}. Ext.: A: to Patroclus' lower left: [Πα]τροκλος, retr. Thetis: Θε[τ]ι[ς]. Α[χιλλευς]. B: Αιας{7}. Απολλον, retr. On the reserved foot rim, in BG: [Ε]υ̣φ[ρονιος : εποιε]σε[ν]. Under the foot, a long Etruscan Gr. in two lines{7}.
  • CAVI Footnotes: {1} Williams discusses omega for ou in n. 55. See also AttScr (1990), 167. {2} Williams thinks perhaps miswritten for Δαιφοβος, since Daiphonos is not a known name. {3} Williams says she is too young to be Hecuba and Helen appears elsewhere in the zone; if heta could be kappa, which is unlikely, then perhaps: Κλυμενε. {4} Williams: probably not Οφρυι̣[ο]ς (`supercilious'), but Οφρυν̣[ο]ς, from Ophrynion, a place in the Troad. {5} The heta is on 84.AE.80 and GettyMusJ 13, 169/20, does restore h[ελεν]ε. Both letters are on a new fr.; see Williams, p. 61. {6} Andromache or Antiope (wife of Laocoon). {7} figs. 8, k and n; published by Heurgon. The second line is dedicatory; the first an owner's inscription(?). R.E. Wallace also discusses the two Etruscan Grr. He thinks one is later than theother and that the cup was rededicated after it had been repaired. The Etruscan Gr. is said (in one of the GettyMusJ reff.) to show that the cup was later dedicated to Heracles.
  • CAVI Number: 4972
  • AVI Bibliography: BADB 13,363. — Museum photos in the Beazley archive, 10. — Brijder (1983), 40, figs. 1,a-b (ancient repairs). — Matheson (1986), 106, fig. 4 (part). — Add.[2] (1989), 404. — Heurgon (1989), 181/I and 186, figs. 1,3-4 (Etruscan Gr.). — AttScr (1990), no. 1156. — Elston (1990), 54, fig. 1 (shows Etr. Gr.). — D. Williams (1991), 47-61, figs. 8,a-n. — Robertson (1992), 46-48 and n. 31, fig. 33 (Int., part of frieze). — Boardman (1993), 78, fig. 76 (Int.). — Holliday (1993), 105, fig. 42 (part of Int. and Int. zone). — Anderson (1995), 130-35, figs. 1,a-b. — Wallace (1996), 291-94, pl. 9 (Etruscan Grr.).
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