Shapes

The General Bibliography contains reference works on pottery shapes (asterisks indicate sources that are especially useful), and highlights some of the approaches in recent scholarship. The shape-specific bibliographies are designed for the specialist, but make no claim to completeness, and users' additions would be gratefully received. Many of the more recent volumes of Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum also contain relevant information about particular shapes.

For bibliography prior to 1935, see Richter, G.M.A., and Milne, M.J., Shapes and Names of Athenian Vases (New York, 1935).

General bibliography

  • Amyx, D.A., "The Attic Stelai. Part III", Hesperia 27 (1958) 163-310 (on shapes and prices).
  • Beazley, J.D., "Potter and Painter in Ancient Athens", in Kurtz, D.C. (ed.), Greek Vases – Lectures by J.D. Beazley ( Oxford , 1989) 39-59.
  • Bentz, M., "Objet d'Usage ou Objet du Prestige? Les Vases dans l'Habitat", in Rouillard, P. and Verbanck-Piérard, A. (eds.), Le vase grec et ses destins ( Munich, 2003) 45-48.
  • Bloesch, H., "Stout and Slender in the late Archaic Period", JHS 71 (1951) 29-39.
  • Boardman, "Silver is White", RA (1987) 279-295.
  • Brommer, F., "Gefässformen bei Autoren des 5 Jhdts. v. Chr.", Hermes 115 (1987) 1-21.
  • Caskey, L.D., Geometry of Greek Vases (1922).
  • Corbett, P.E., "Attic Pottery of the Later Fifth Century from the Athenian Agora", Hesperia 18 (1949) 298-351.
  • *Gericke, H., Gefässdarstellungen auf griechischen Vasen (1970).
  • Gill, D.W.J., "Classical Greek Fictile Imitations of Precious Metal vases", in Vickers, M. (ed.), Pots and Pans: a colloquium on precious metals and ceramics in the Muslim, Chinese and Graeco-Roman worlds , ( Oxford , 1985) 9-30.
  • Gill, D.W.J. and Vickers, M., "Pots and Kettles", RA 1989 297-303.
  • _______________________, "Reflected Glory: Pottery and Precious Metal in Classical Greece ", JdI 105 (1990) 1-30.
  • Hampe, R. and Winter, A., Bei Topfern und Zieglern in Suditalien, Sizilien und Greichenland ( Mainz , 1965).
  • Hill, D. K., "The Technique of Greek Metal Vases and its Bearing on Vase Forms in Metal and Pottery", AJA 51 (1947) 249-256.
  • Jackson, D.A., East Greek Influence on Attic Vases ( London, 1976).
  • Johnston, A.W., Trademarks on Greek Vases (Warminster, 1979) (especially "Vase Names and Prices", pp. 32-35).
  • *Kanowski, M.G., Containers of Classical Greece (St. Lucia, 1984).
  • Kurtz, D.C., "Vases for the Dead, an Attic Selection", in Brijder, H.A.G. (ed.), Ancient Greek and Related Pottery – Proceedings of the International Vase Symposium 12-15 April 1984 ( Amsterdam, 1984) 314-328.
  • Lazzarini, M.L., "I Nomi dei Vasi Greci nelle Iscrizioni dei Vasi Stessi", Archeologica Classica 25/26 (1973-1974) 341-375.
  • Lissarrague, F., The Aesthetics of the Greek Banquet; Images of Wine and Ritual trans. Szegedy-Maszak, A., (Princeton, 1990).
  • Lynch, K.M., The Symposium in Context – Pottery from a Late Archaic House near the Classical Athenian Agora (forthcoming).
  • Miller, M.C., Athens and Persia in the Fifth Century B.C. (Cambridge, 1997) (esp. pp. 135-152).
  • Mommsen, H., "ΑΜΑΣΙΣ ΜΕΠΟΙΕΣΕΝ: Beobachtungen zum Topfer Amasis", in Oakley, J.H., Coulson W.D.E., Palagia, O. (eds.), Athenian Potters and Painters (Oxford , 1997) 17-34.
  • * Moore, M.B. and Philippides, M.Z.P., Attic Black-Figured Pottery, The Athenian Agora XIII ( Princeton 1986).
  • * Moore, M.B., Attic Red-figured and White-ground Pottery The Athenian Agora 30 (1997).
  • Moormann, E.M. and Stissi, V.V. (eds.), Shapes and Images: Studies on Attic Black Figure and Related Topics in Honour of Herman A. G. Brijder (Leuven, 2009)
  • Noble, J.V., The Techniques of Painted Attic Pottery (1965).
  • _________, "Pottery Manufacture", in Roebuck, C. (ed), The Muses at Work – Arts, Crafts and Professions in Ancient Greece and Rome (Cambridge, MA, 1969) 118-146.
  • Oakley, J. and Palagia, O. (eds.), Athenian Potters and Painters Volume II (Oxford, 2009).
  • Ramage , N.M. , "Studies in Early Etruscan Bucchero", BSR 38 (1970) 1-61.
  • Rasmussen, T., "Etruscan Shapes in Attic Pottery", AK 28 (1985) 33-39.
  • *Richter, G.M.A., and Milne, M.J., Shapes and Names of Athenian Vases (New York, 1935).
  • Rolley, C., Les Vases de Bronze de l' Archaïsme Récent en Grande-Grèce (Naples, 1982).
  • Rotroff, S.I., The Missing Krater and the Hellenistic Symposium: Drinking in the Age of Alexander the Great (Christchurch, 1996).
  • Scheibler, I., Griechische Töpferkunst (1983).
  • _________, "Formen der Zusammenarbeit in attischen Töpfereien des 6 und 5 Jahrhunderts v. Chr", Studien zur alten Geschichte (Rome, 1986) 787-804.
  • *Schreiber, T., Athenian Vase Construction (Malibu, 1999).
  • Sichering, W., Die griechische Tongefasse (1983).
  • *Sparkes, B. and Talcott, L., Black and Plain Pottery of the Sixth, Fifth and Fourth Centuries B.C – The Athenian Agora XII (1970).
  • _____________________, Pots and Pans of Classical Athens (Princeton, 1976).
  • Sparkes, B., Greek Pottery – An Introduction (Manchester and New York, 1991) 60-92.
  • Strong, D.E., Greek and Roman Gold and Silver Plate (Ithaca, NY, 1966).
  • Stibbe, C.M., The sons of Hephaistos : aspects of the archaic Greek bronze industry (Rome , 2000).
  • Tsingarida, A. (ed.), Shapes and Uses of Greek Vases. (Brussels, 2009)
  • Valavanis, P.D and Kourkoumelis, D., Chaire kai piei – Drinking Vessels (Athens , 1996).
  • Venit, S., "Point and Counterpoint – Painted Vases on Attic Painted Vases", AK 49 (2006) 29-41.
  • Vickers, M., "Silver, Copper and Ceramics in Ancient Athens ", in Vickers, M. (ed.), Pots and Pans: a colloquium on precious metals and ceramics in the Muslim, Chinese and Graeco- Roman worlds ( Oxford , 1985) 137-151.
  • __________ "Artful Crafts: the influence of metalwork on Athenian painted pottery", JHS 105 (1985) 108-128.
  • Vickers, M. and Gill, D., Artful crafts: ancient Greek silv erware and pottery (Oxford, 1994).
  • Vickers, M., Impey, O. and Allan, J., From Silver to Ceramic (Oxford, 1986).
  • Villanueva-Puig, M-C., "Les vases attiques du VIe et du Ve siècles trouvés en contexte funeraire à Athènes", in Rouillard, P. and Verbanck-Piérard, A. (eds.), Le vase grec et ses destins ( Munich, 2003) 45-48.

Amphorae

  • Beazley, J.D., "Citharoedus", JHS 42 (1922) 70-98 (70-71 on types A and C).
  • Birchall, A., "Attic Horsehead Amphorae", JHS 92 (1972) 46-63.
  • Bloesch, H., "Ein Meisterwerk der Töpferei", AK5 (1972) 18-29.
  • Docter, R.L., "Athena vs Dionysos. Reconsidering the contents of SOS amphorae", BaBesch 66 (1991) 45-49.
  • Empereur, J-Y and Garlan, Y. (eds.), Recherches sur les amphores grecques. Actes du colloque international, Athènes 1984. BCH Suppl. XIII (1986).
  • Grace, V.R., Amphoras and the Ancient Wine Trade. Excavations of the Athenian Agora, Picture Book 6 (Princeton , 1961).
  • Kreuzer, B., "Untersuchungen zu den attischen Pferdkopfamphoren", BABesch 73 (1998) 95-114.
  • Picozzi, M.G., "Anfore attiche a protome equine", Studi Miscellanei 18 (1971) 5-63.
  • Scheibler, I., "Bild und Gefäss: zur Ikonographisches und Funktionalen Bedeutung der Attischen Bildfeldamphoren" JdI 102 (1987) 57-118.
  • Steckner, C., "Form and Filling, an Empirical Glance at Shape", in Christiansen, T. and Melander, M. (eds.), Proceedings of the 3rd Symposium on Ancient Greek and Related Pottery, Copenhagen. August 31-September 4 1987 ( Copenhagen, 1988) 604-616.

Panathenaic prize amphorae

  • Beazley, J.D., "Miniature Panathenaics", BSA 41 (1940-1945) 10-21.
  • ___________, "Panathenaica", AJA 47 (1943) 441-465.
  • Bentz, M., Panathenaische Preisamphoren. Eine athenische Vasengattung und ihre Funktion vom 6-4 Jahrhundert v. Chr. ( Basel, 1998).
  • _______, "Les amphores Panathénaïques: une étonnate long évité", in Rouillard, P. and Verbanck-Piérard, A. (eds.), Le vase grec et ses destins ( Munich, 2003) 111-117.
  • Brandt, J.R., "Archaeologica Panathenaica I. Panathenaic Prize-vases from the Sixth Century B.C.", Acta ad archaeologiam et artium historiam pertinentia 8 (1978) 1-23.
  • Dow, S., "Panathenaic Amphora from the Hellenistic Period", Hesperia 5 (1936) 50-58.
  • Eschbach, N., Statuen auf panathenaischen Preisamphoren des 4 Jhs. v. Chr. ( Mainz, 1986).
  • __________, "Eine Preisamphora in Giessen und Überlegungen zur Kuban-Gruppe", JdI 107 (1992) 33-58.
  • Frel, J., "Arx Atheniensum: Panathenaica", AAA 2 (1969) 377-386.
  • ______, Panathenaic Prize Amphoras (Athens, 1973).
  • Hamilton, R., "Panathenaic Amphorae: The Other Side", in Neils, J. (ed.), Worshipping Athena: Panathenaia and Parthenon (Madison , 1996) 137-162.
  • Lindner, R., "Athena Rechtsgewandt. Eine Panathenaisch Preisamphora des Schaukelmalers im J.Paul Getty Museum ", Greek Vases in the J.Paul Getty Museum 6 (2000) 79-85.
  • Luni, M., "Documenti per la storia della istituzione ginnasiale e dell'attivit à atletica in Cirenaica, in rapporto a quelle della Grecia", in Quaderni di archaeologia della Libia 8 (1976) 223-284.
  • Marx, P.A., "Athena on Early Panathenaic Amphoras", AK46 (2003) 14-29.
  • Matheson, S.B., "Panathenaic Amphorae by the Kleophrades Painter", in Greek Vases in the J. Paul Getty Museum 4 (1989) 95-112.
  • Moore, M.B., "Nikias Made Me: An Early Prize Panathenaic Prize Amphora in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.", New York Metropolitan Museum Journal 34 (1999) 37-56.
  • Neils, J., "Yet Another Red-Figure Panathenaic", Mediterranean Archaeology 17 (2004) 61-64.
  • Neils, J., and Tracey, S.V., The Games at Athens: Tonathenethenathlon (Athens, 2003).
  • Peters, K., Studien zu den panathena ïschen Preisamphoren (Berlin, 1942).
  • Stenico, A., "Un' Anfora Panatenaica del Pittore di Euphiletos", in Cambitoglou, A. (ed.), Studies in Honour of Arthur Dale Trendall (Sydney 1979) 177-180.
  • Tiverios, M.A., "Παναθηναϊκὰ", ArchDelt 29 (1974) 142-153.
  • Valavanis, P.D., "Les amphores panathenaïques et le commerce ath é nien de l'huile", in Empereur, J-Y and Garlan, Y. (eds.), Recherches sur les amphores grecques. Actes du colloque international, Athènes 1984. BCH Suppl. XIII (1986) 453-460.
  • Valavanis, P.D., Παναθηναϊκοί αμφορείς από την Ερέτρια, συμβολή στην αττική αγγειογραφία του 4ου π.Χ. αι. (Athens, 1991)
  • ____________,"Βάκχιος, Κίττος και παναθηναϊκοι αμφορείς.  Σκέψεις για τη δομή των αττικών κεραμικών", in Oakley, J.H., Coulson, W.D.E. and Palagia, O. (eds.), Athenian Potters and Painters (Oxford, 1997) 85-95.
  • Vos, M., "Some Notes on Panathenaic Amphorae", Oudheidkundige Mededelingen uit her Rijksmuseum van Oudheden te Leiden 62 (1981) 33-46.
  • Zisa, F., "Frammenti di Anfore Panatenaiche Arcaiche al J.Paul Getty Museum", Greek Vases in the J. Paul Getty Museum 6 (2000) 55-78.

Neck-amphorae

  • Beazley, J.D., "The Master of the Eucharides-Stamnos in Copenhagen", BSA 18 (1911-1912) 217-233 (pp. 217-219 on Nolan amphorae).
  • Euwe, J., "The Shape of an Nolan Amphora in Otterlo", in Brijder, H.A.G., Drukker, A.A and Neeft, C.W. (eds.), Enthousiasmos. Essays on Greek and Related Pottery (Amsterdam, 1986) 141-147.
  • _______, "The Shape of Early Nolan Amphorae", in Christiansen, T. and Melander, M. (eds.), Proceedings of the 3rd Symposium on Ancient Greek and Related Pottery, Copenhagen. August 31-September 4 1987 ( Copenhagen, 1988) 144-151.
  • _______, "The Nolan Amphorae in Dutch Collections and their Potters", BABesch 64 (1989) 114-133.
  • Isler-Kerenyi, C., "Ein Spätwerk des Berliner Malers", AK 14 (1971) 25-31.
  • Johnston , A.W., "The Development of Amphora Shapes, Symposium and Shipping", in Brijder, H.A.G. (ed.), Ancient Greek and Related Pottery – Proceedings of the International Vase Symposium 12-15 April 1984 ( Amsterdam, 1984) 208-211.
  • Shapiro, H.A., "Two Black-Figure Neck Amphora in the J.Paul Getty Museum. Problems of Workshop and Iconography", Greek Vases in the J. Paul Getty Museum 4 (1989) 11-32.
  • Tosto, V., "'Class refers to Shape': The Class of Cabinet des Medailles 218", in Brijder, H.A.G., Drukker, A.A. and Neeft, C.W. (eds.), Enthousiasmos. Essays on Greek and Related Pottery ( Amsterdam, 1986) 97-109.

Tyrrhenian-amphorae

  • von Bothmer, D., "The Painters of 'Tyrrhenian' Vases", AJA 48 (1944) 161-70.
  • Carpenter, T., "On the Dating of the Tyrrhenian Group", Oxford Journal of Archaeology 2 (1983) 279-203.
  • ___________, "The Tyrrhenian Group: Problems of Provenance", Oxford Journal of Archaeology 3 (1984) 45-56.
  • Ginge, B., "A New Evaluation of the Origins of Tyrrhenian Pottery: Etruscan Precursorsof Pontic Ceramics", in Christiansen, T. and Melander, M. (eds.), Proceedings of the 3rd Symposium on Ancient Greek and Related Pottery, Copenhagen. August 31-September 4 1987 ( Copenhagen, 1988) 201-210.
  • Kluiver, J., "The 'Tyrrhenian' Group: its origin, and the neck-amphorae in The Netherlands and Belgium", BABesch 67 (1992) 73-109.
  • ________, "The Potter-Painters of 'Tyrrhenian' Neck-Amphorae. A Close Look at the Shape", BABesch 69 (1993) 179-194.
  • ________, "Early 'Tyrrhenian': Prometheus Painter, Timiades Painter, Goltyr Painter", BABesch 70 (1995) 55-103.
  • ________, "The Five Later 'Tyrrhenian' Painters", BABesch 71 (1996) 1-58.
  • Mehren, M. von., "Two Groups of Attic amphorae as export ware for Etruria – the so-called Tyrrhenian Group and Nikosthenic amphorae", in Scheffer, C. (ed.), Ceramics in Context (Stockholm 2001) 45-53.
  • Thiersch, H., "Tyrrhenische" Amphoren. Eine Studie zur Geschichte der altattischen Vasenmalerei ( Leipzig, 1899).
  • Tuna-Norling, Y., "Attic Black-Figure Export to the East: The "Tyrrhenian Group" in Ionia", in Oakley, J.H., Coulson, W.D.E. and Palagia, O. (eds.), Athenian Potters and Painters (Oxford, 1991) 435-446.

Nikosthenic amphorae

  • Eisman, M., "Nikosthenic Amphorae", The J.Paul Getty Museum Journal 1 (1974) 43-54.
  • Tosto, V., The Black-Figured Pottery Signed ΝΙΚΟΣΘΕΝΕΣΕΠΟΙΕΣΕΝ (Amsterdam, 1999) 17-43.
  • Tosto, V. and van der Woude, A., "Construction and Shape of the Nikosthenic Neck-Amphora", in Brijder, H.A.G. (ed.), Ancient Greek and Related Pottery – Proceedings of the International Vase Symposium 12-15 April 1984 (Amsterdam, 1984) 160-163.
  • Verzar, M., "Eine Gruppe etruskischer Bandhenkelamphoren. Die Entwicklung von der Spiralamphora zur Nikosthenischen Form", AK 16 (1973) 45-57.

Pelikai

  • Becker, R.M., Formen attischer Peliken von der Pionier-Gruppe bis zum Beginn der Frühklassik (B öblingen, 1977).
    reviewed by von Bothmer, D., AJA 83 (1979) 361-362.
  • von Bothmer, D., "Attic black-figured pelikai", JHS 71 (1951) 40-47.
  • Robertson, C.M., "Two Pelikai by the Pan Painter&quot, Greek Vases in the J.Paul Getty Museum 3 (1986) 71-90.
  • Shapiro, A.“A Black-Figure Pelike in Tasmania”, in Moormann, E.M. and Stissi, V.V. (eds.), Shapes and Images: Studies on Attic Black Figure and Related Topics in Honour of Herman A. G. Brijder (Leuven, 2009) 173-178
  • Shapiro, H.A., Correlating Shape and Subject: The Case of the Archaic Pelike", in Oakley, J.H., Coulson, W.D.E. and Palagia, O. (eds.), Athenian Potters and Painters (Oxford, 1997) 63-70.

Column-kraters

  • Bakir, T., Der Kolonettenkrater in Korinth und Attica zwischen 625 und 550 v. Chr. (Würzburg, 1974).
  • Beazley, J.D., "Some Inscriptions on Vases IV", AJA 45 (1941) 597.
  • Zaphiropoulou, P., "Vases du Musée du Salonique", BCH 94 (1970) 380-398.

Volute-kraters

  • von Bothmer, D., "Observations on Proto-Volute Kraters", in del Chiaro, M.A. (ed.), Corinthiaca – Studies in Honour of Darrell A. Amyx (Columbus, Missouri, 1986) 107-116.
  • Burn, L., "A Dinoid Volute-Krater by the Meleager Painter: An Attic Vase in the South Italian Manner", Greek Vases in the J. Paul Getty Museum 5 (1991) 107-130.
  • Hintzl, K., Die Entstehung und Entwicklung des Volutenkraters von den frühesten Anfangen bis zur Auspr ägung des kanonischen Stils in der attisch schwarzfigurigen Vasenmalerei ( Frankfurt, 1982).
    reviewed by von Bothmer, D., in Gnomon 57 (1985) 66-71.
  • Karouzou, S., "Fragments d'un Crat ère a Volutes provenant de la Collection Hélène Stathos", BCH 79 (1955) 177-204.
  • Schauenburg, K., "Zu einem sp ätarchaischen kolonettenkrater in Lugano", Numismatica e Antichit à Classiche 11 (1982) 9-31.
  • Schleiffenbaum, H.E., Der griechische Volutenkrater ( Frankfurt, 1991).
  • Stibbe, C.M., "Gitadas und der Krater von Vix", BaBesch 75 (2000) 65-114. 

Calyx-kraters

  • Avramidou, A. “Dionysos in Context: Two Attic Red-figure Kraters of the Early Fourth Century BC” in Oakley, J. and Palagia, O. (eds.), Athenian Potters and Painters Volume II (Oxford, 2009) 1-10.
  • von Bothmer, D., "Der Euphronioskrater in New York ", AA (1976) 485-512.
  • Boulter, C., "A Calyx Krater in the Manner of the Berlin Painter", AK6 (1963) 67-71.
  • Broneer, O., "A Calyx-Krater by Exekias", Hesperia 6 (1937) 468-486.
  • Frank, S., Attische Kelchkratere: Eine Untersuchung zum Zusammenspiel von Gefässform und Bemalung (Frankfurt am Main, 1990).
  • Hinkel, H., Die Giessener Kelchkrater (1967).
  • Jacobsthal, P., The Nekyia Krater in New York", MetropolitanMuseum Studies 5 (1934-36) 117-145 (pp.117-118, 133-140 on calyx-kraters).
  • Oakley, J.H., "Double-Register Calyx-Kraters: A Study in Workshop Tradition", in Brijder, H.A.G. (ed.), Ancient Greek and Related Pottery – Proceedings of the International Vase Symposium 12-15 April 1984 (Amsterdam, 1984) 119-127.
  • Tiverios, M.A., Περίκλεια Παναθήναια, ΄Ενας κρατήρας του ζ. του Μονάχου 2335 (Thessaloniki, 1989) 59-80.
  • Tsingarida, A., "Les premières productions de craterès en calice: contenu et usages d'une forme nouvelle", in Rouillard, P. and Verbanck-Piérard, A. (eds.), Le vase grec et ses destins ( Munich, 2003) 99-109.

Bell-kraters

  • Jacobsthal, P., The Nekyia Krater in New York", MetropolitanMuseum Studies 5 (1934-36) 117-145 (p.117 on bell kraters) 

Psykters

  • von Bothmer, D., "Newly Acquired Bronzes – Greek, Etruscan and Roman", Bulletin of the MetropolitanMuseum 1961, 131-151 (141-146 on a bronze psykter).
  • Drougou, S., Die attische Psykter (W ürzburg, 1975) reviewed by Boardman, J., The Classical Review 27 (1977) 306
  • Schauenburg, K., "Eine Psykter aus dem umkreis des Andokidesmalers", JdI 80 (1965) 6-104.
  • Greifenhagen, A., "Lekythos der Kerberosmalers", JahrBerlMus 3 (1961) 117-133.

Lebetes and lebetes gamikoi

  • Benton, S., "The evolution of the tripod-lebes", BSA 35 (1938) 74-130.
  • Boardman, J., "Old Smyrna – the Attic Pottery", BSA 53-54 (1958-59) 154-162.
  • Brownlee, A.B., "Sophilos and Early Attic Black-Figured Dinoi", in Christiansen, T. and Melander, M. (eds.), Proceedings of the 3rd Symposium on Ancient Greek and Related Pottery, Copenhagen. August 31-September 4 1987 ( Copenhagen, 1988) 80-85.
  • Brownlee, A.B., "Antimenean Dinoi", in Oakley, J.H., Coulson, W.D.E. and Palagia, O. (eds.), Athenian Potters and Painters ( Oxford, 1997) 509-522.
  • Callipolitis-Feytmans, D., "Dinos Corinthien du Vari", AE (1970) 86-113
  • Iozzo, M., “Un nuovo dinos da Chiusi con le nozze di Peleus e Thetis” in Moormann, E.M. and Stissi, V.V. (eds.), Shapes and Images: Studies on Attic Black Figure and Related Topics in Honour of Herman A. G. Brijder (Leuven, 2009) 63-86.
  • Lullies, R., "Der Dinos des Berliner Maler", AK 14 (1971) 44-55.
  • Sakowski, A., " Κρατήρ Αργολικός . Über die Beziehungen zwischen Greifenkessel und Dinos sowie ihren Untersätzen", AM 112 (1997) 1-24.
  • Sgourou, M., "Λέβητες γαμικοί. Ο γάμος και η αττική κεραμεική παραγωγή των κλασικών χρόνων.", in Oakley, J.H., Coulson, W.D.E. and Palagia, O. (eds.), AthenianPottersandPainters(Oxford, 1997) 71-83.
  • Williams, D., "Sophilos in the British Museum ", Greek Vases in the J.Paul Getty Museum 1 (1983) 9-34.

Loutrophoroi

  • Bakalakis, G., "Die Lutrophoros Athen (Ex-Schliemann)- Berlin 3209", AK 14 (1971) 74-83.
  • Beazley, J.D., "Battle-Loutrophoros", University of Pennsylvania, Museum Journal 23 (1932-3) 4-22.
  • Bergmann, J., "Die Sogenannte Lutrophoros: Grabmal f ü r Unverheiratete Tote?", AM 111 (1996) 149-190.
  • Boardman, J., "Sex Differentiation in Grave Vases", Istituto Universitario Orientale: Annali (Archeologia e Storia Antica) 10 (1988) 171-179.
  • Callipolitis-Feytmans, D., Les Louteria Attiques ( Athens , 1965).
  • van den Driessche, B., "Fragments d'une loutrophore à figures rouges illustrant une Amazonomachie", Revue des Arch éologues et Historiens d'Art de Louvain VI (1973) 19-37.
  • Ghali-Kahil, L., "Loutrophore à fond blanc au Musée du Louvre", in Rohde-Liegle, M., Cahn, H.A. and Ackermann, H.C. (eds.), Gestalt und Geschichte. Festschrift Karl Schefold (Bern , 1967) 146-151.
  • Ginouvès, R., Balaneutik è :recherches sur le bain dans l'antiquité grecque (Paris, 1962)
  • Karydi, E., "Schwarzfigurige Lutrophoren im Kerameikos", AM 78 (1963) 90-103.
  • Kokula, G., Marmorlutrophoren ( Berlin , 1984).
  • Mösch, R.M., "Le Marriage et la Mort sur les Loutrophores", Istituto Universitario Orientale: Annali (Archeologia e Storia Antica) 10 (1988) 117-139.
  • Mösch-Klingele, R.M., "Loutra und Loutrophoros im Totenkult. Die Literarischen Zeugnisse", in Proceedings of the 15 th International Congress of Classical Archaeology, Amsterdam , July 12-17 1998 ( Amsterdam , 1999) 273-275.
  • Napolitano, G., "L'iconographia nuziale sulle loutrophoroi attiche a figure rosse di V. sec. A.C. Considerazioni preliminari.",Istituto Universitario Orientale: Annali (Archeologia e Storia Antica) 14 (1992) 277-281.
  • Papadopolou Kannellopoulou, Ch., "Sanctuary of the Nymphs – Black-Figure Loutrophoroi; Supplement", AAA (2000-2005) 205-222.
  • Sabetai, V., The Washing Painter. A Contribution to the Wedding and Genre Iconography in the Second Half of the Fifth Century B.C . ( Cincinnati , 1993).
  • Stupperich, R., Staatbegrabnis und Privatgrabmal im klassischen Athen ( Munster , 1977) 155-162.
  • Weiss, C., "Ein bislang unbekanntes Detail auf dem Hochzeitsbild der Karslruher Lutrophoros 69/78", in Christiansen, T. and Melander, M. (eds.) Proceedings of the 3rd Symposium on Ancient Greek and Related Pottery , Copenhagen . August 31-September 4 1987 ( Copenhagen , 1988) 652-664.
  • Wolters, P., "Rotfigurige Lutrophoros", AM 16 (1891) 371-405

Hydriai

  • Biosse-Duplan, K., "Une hydrie a col blanc du Groupe de Leagros", RA (1972) 127-40.
  • von Bothmer, D., "Six Hydriae" AK 12 (1969) 26-29.
  • von Bothmer, D., "Two Bronze Hydriai in Malibu ", The J.Paul Getty Museum Journal 1 (1974) 15-22.
  • Diehl, E., Die Hydria: Formgeschichte und Verwendung im Kult des Altertums (Mainz am Rhein, 1964). Reviewed by von Bothmer, D., Gnomon 37 (1965) 599-608.
  • Hemelrijk, J.M., Caeretan Hydria ( Mainz, 1984).
  • Real, W., "Die Hydria als Bildträger in der attischen Kunst des 6 und 5 Jahrhunderts v. Chr.", in Keller, H. and Kleine, J. (eds.), Festschrift fur Gerhard Kleiner (Tübingen, 1976) 33-47.
  • Robinson, D.M., "New Greek Bronze Vases; a Commentary on Pindar", AJA 46 (1942) 172-197.
  • Steiner, A., "The Alkmene Hydrias and Vase-Painting in Late Sixth Century Athens ", Hesperia 73.3 (2004) 427-463.
  • Stibbe, C.M., "Archaic Bronze Hydriai", BABesch 67 (1992) 1-62.
  • __________, "Lakonische Bronzegef ä sse aus Capua ", AK43 (2000) 4-16.
  • __________, "The Goddess at the Handle. A Survey of Laconian Bronze Hydriae", BaBesch 79 (2004) 1-40.
  • __________, "Attacking Lions. Archaic Bronze Hydriae with an attacking lion at the vertical handle", BaBesch 80 (2005) 21-31.

Stamnoi

  • Philippaki, B., The Attic Stamnos (Oxford, 1967).
    Reviewed by von Bothmer, D., Gnomon 39 (1967) 813-9.
  • Isler-Kerényi, C., Stamnoi (Lugano, 1976).
  • Causey-Frel, F., Stamnoi: An Exhibition at the J. Paul Getty Museum ( Malibu, 1980).

Oinochoai, olpai and choes

  • Blatter, R., "Ho Pais Kalos. Zu einem attischen Gefass von seltener Form", Antike Welt 16/3 (1985) 51-52.
  • Bothmer, von D., "A Bronze Oinochoe in New York ", in Kopcke, G. and Moore , M.B., (eds.), Studies in Classical Art and Archaeology. A Tribute to Peter Heinrich von Blackenhagen (New York, 1979) 63-67.
  • Bundrick, S. “Inside/Outside: Revisiting a Chous in The Metropolitan Museum of Art” in Oakley, J. and Palagia, O. (eds.), Athenian Potters and Painters Volume II (2009) 27-35.
  • Clark, A.C., "The Earliest Known Chous by the Amasis Painter", Metropolitan Museum Journal 15 (1980) 35-51.
  • Green, J.R., "A New Oinochoe Series from the Acropolis", Hesperia 31 (1962) 82-94.
  • _________, "Choes of the Later Fifth Century", BSA 66 (1971) 189-228.
  • _________, "Oinochoe", BICS 19 (1972) 1-16.
  • _________, "Some Classes of Oinochoe of the First Half of the Fifth Century B.C.", AA (1978) 262-278.
  • Ham, G.L., "The Choes and Anthesteria Reconsidered: Male Maturation Rites and the Peloponnesian War", in Padilla, M.W. (ed.), Rites of Passage in Ancient Greece: Literature, Religion, Society (London and Lewisburg, 1999) 201-218.
  • Hamilton, R., Choes and Anthesteria: Athenian iconography and ritual (Ann Arbor, 1992).
  • Hatzivassiliou, E. “Subject matters: The case of the Athenian Black-Figure olpe, 515-470BC” in Moormann, E.M. and Stissi, V.V. (eds.), Shapes and Images: Studies on Attic Black Figure and Related Topics in Honour of Herman A. G. Brijder (Leuven, 2009) 153-162
  • Lezzi-Hafter, A., "Anthesterien und Hieros Gamos. Ein Choenbild des Methyse-Malers", in Christiansen, T. and Melander, M. (eds.), Proceedings of the 3rd Symposium on Ancient Greek and Related Pottery, Copenhagen. August 31-September 4 1987 ( Copenhagen, 1988) 325-334.
  • Knauer, E.R., " ot caq gm ali |. A Chous by the Oionokles Painter", in Greek Vases in the J.PaulGettyMuseum 3 (1986) 91-100.
  • Krauskopf, I., "Terrakotta-Imitationen der Bronzenkannen der Form Beazley VI in Athen, Westgreichenland und Etrurien", in Brijder, H.A.G. (ed.), Ancient Greek and Related Pottery – Proceedings of the International Vase Symposium 12-15 April 1984 ( Amsterdam, 1984) 83-88.
  • Peters, K., "Unbekannte Attische Oinochoen", JdI 86 103-116.
  • Rumpf, A., "Attische Feste-Attische Vasen", Bonner Jahrb ü cher 161 (1961) 208-214.
  • Schauenburg, K., "ΕΥΡΥΜΕΔΩΝ ΕΙΜΙ", AM 90 (1975) 97-121.
  • Sparkes, B., "Black Perseus", AK 11 (1968) 3-16.
  • Stibbe, C.M., "Lakonische Bronzegef ä sse aus Capua ", AK43 (2000) 4-16.
  • Tzachou-Alexandri, O., "Απεικονίσεις των Ανθεστηρίων και ο χους της Οδού Πειραιώς του ζωγράφου της Ερέτριας", in Oakley, J.H., Coulson, W.D.E. and Palagia, O. (eds.), Athenian Potters and Painters (Oxford, 1997) 473-490.
  • von Hoorn, G., Choes and Anthesteria ( Leiden , 1951).
  • Williams, D., "An Oinochoe in the British Museum and the Brygos Painter's Work on a white ground", JahrBerlMus 24 (1982) 17-40.

Kyathoi

  • Eisman, M.M., "New Attributions of Attic Kyathoi", AJA 77 (1973) 71-73.
  • ___________ , "Attic Kyathos Production", Archaeology 28 (1975) 76-83.
  • Richter, G.M.A., "A kyathos by Psiax in the Museo Poldi-Pezzoli", AJA 45 (1941) 587-592.

Cups

  • Beazley, J.D., "Amasea", JHS 51 (1931) 256-285 (pp.275-282 on Siana cups).
  • ___________, "Little Master Cups", JHS 52 (1932) 167-204.
  • ___________, "The Troilos Cup", Metropolitan Museum Studies 5 (1934-1936) 93-115.
  • Bell , E.E., "Two Krokotos Mask Cups at San Simeon", CSCA 10 (1977) 1-15.
  • Blatter, R., "Eine ungew öhnliche Kleinmeisterschale", AA (1967) 12-14.
  • Bloesch, H., Formen Attischer Schalen von Exekias bis zum Ende des Strengen Stils (1940).
  • Boardman, J., "A Curious Eye-Cup", AA (1976) 281-290.
  • Brijder, H.A.G., "Beazley and the Shape of Siana Cups: Some General Observations", in Bericht vom Symposion des Deutschen Archäologen-Verbandes Vasenforschung nach Beazley, Tübingen, 24.-26.11. 1978 ( Mainz, 1979) 15-17.
  • Brijder, H.A.G., Siana Cups I and Komast Cups ( Amsterdam, 1983).
  • Brijder, H.A.G., Siana Cups II: The Heidelberg Painter ( Amsterdam, 1991).
  • Brijder, H.A.G., "Simply decorated, black Siana Cups by the Taras Painter and Cassel Cups", BABesch 68 (1993) 129-145.
  • Brijder, H.A.G., "New Light on the Earliest Attic Black-Figure Drinking-Cups", in Oakley, J.H., Coulson, W.D.E. and Palagia, O. (eds.), Athenian Potters and Painters (Oxford, 1997) 1-15.
  • Brijder, H.A.G., Siana Cups III: The Red-Black Painter, Griffin-bird Painter and Siana Cups resembling Lip-cups (Amsterdam, 2000)
  • Brijder, H.A.G., and Stibbe, C.M., "A bronze cup in the Allard Pierson Museum ", BaBesch 72 (1977) 21-35.
  • Connor, P.J., and Brijder, H.A.G., "A Komast Cup", Greek Vases in the J.Paul Getty Museum 1 (1983) 1-8.
  • Ferrari, G., "Eye-cup", RA (1986) 5-20.
  • Freyer-Schauenburg, B., "Die Gruppe der Kamiros-Palmetten. Zum ionischen Einfluss auf die attisch schwarzfigurige Vasenmalerei", in Christiansen, T. and Melander, M. (eds.), Proceedings of the 3rd Symposium on Ancient Greek and Related Pottery, Copenhagen. August 31-September 4 1987 (Copenhagen, 1988) 152-160.
  • Hartwig., P., Die griechischen Meisterschalen (Stuttgart , 1893).
  • Hemelrijk, J.M., "Note on the throwing of cups of type B", BABesch 68 (1993) 147-162.
  • Maffre, J-J., “Coupes attiques à figures rouges trouvées à Thasos”, in Oakley, J. and Palagia, O. (eds.), Athenian Potters and Painters Volume II (Oxford, 2009) 181-191.
  • Mertens, J.R., "Attic White-Ground Cups: A Special Class of Vases", New York Metropolitan Museum Journal 9 (1974) 91-108.
  • Neils, J.,“A Siana cup from Morgantina” in Moormann, E.M. and Stissi, V.V. (eds.), Shapes and Images: Studies on Attic Black Figure and Related Topics in Honour of Herman A. G. Brijder (Leuven, 2009) 93-98
  • Philippart, H., Les coupes attiques à fond blanc ( Brussels , 1936).
  • Ramage, N.H., "A Merrythought Cup from Sardis", AJA 87 (1983) 453-460.
  • Rohde, E., "Drei Sianaschalen der Berliner Antikensammlung", in Cambitoglou, A. (ed.), Studies in Honour of Arthur Dale Trendall ( Sydney , 1979) 135-147.
  • Robertson, C.M., "Gordion Cups from Naucratis ", JHS 71 (1951) 143-149.
  • Seki, T., Untersuchungen zum Verhältnis von Gefässform und Malerei attischer Schalen (Berlin, 1985).
  • _______, "Euphronios and Python. Analytical Studies on the Structure of the Cups", in Brijder, H.A.G. (ed.), Ancient Greek and Related Pottery – Proceedings of the International Vase Symposium 12-15 April 1984 ( Amsterdam, 1984) 154-159.
  • Sparkes, B.A., "Kottabos: an Athenian after-dinner game", Archaeology 13 (1960) 202-207.
  • Stissi, V., “Why did they end up there?  The role of iconography in the distribution, purchase and use of Siana cups” in Moormann, E.M. and Stissi, V.V. (eds.), Shapes and Images: Studies on Attic Black Figure and Related Topics in Honour of Herman A. G. Brijder (Leuven, 2009) 21-36
  • Tsingarida, A., "Des Offrandes pour l' Éternit é. Les vases de la "Tomb Sotad ès", in Rouillard, P. and Verbanck-Pi érard, A. (eds.), Le vase grec et ses destins (Munich, 2003) 67-74.
  • True, M., "A new Meidian kylix", Greek Vases in the J. Paul Getty Museum 3 (1985) 79-88.
  • Ure, P.N., "Droop Cups", JHS 52 (1932) 55-71.
  • _______, "Droop Cups, Black and Figured", in Mylonas, G. and Raymond, D. (eds.), Studies presented to David Moore Robinson II (Saint Louis, 1953) 45-54.
  • Vierneisel, K. and Kaeser, B. (eds.), Kunst der Schale – Kultur des Trinkens (Munich, 1990).
  • Villard, F., "L'evolution des coupes attiques à figures noires", REA 48 (1946) 173-180.
  • Williams, D., "The Late Archaic Class of eye-cups", in Christiansen, T. and Melander, M. (eds.), Proceedings of the 3rd Symposium on Ancient Greek and Related Pottery, Copenhagen. August 31-September 4 1987 ( Copenhagen, 1988) 675-683.
  • __________, "The Sotades Tomb", in Cohen, B. (ed.), Colors of Clay ( Malibu, 2006) 292-298.

Skyphoi, mastoi and mastoid cups

  • Freyer-Schauenburg, B., "Gorgoneion-Skyphoi", JdI 85 (1970) 1-27
  • ___________________, "Ein Gorgoneion-Skyphos aus Tarent", AA (1971) 538-542.
  • Johnson, F.P., "An Owl Skyphos", in Mylonas, G. and Raymond, D. (eds.), Studies presented to David Moore Robinson II (Saint Louis, 1953) 96-105.
  • ___________, "A Note on Owl-Skyphoi", AJA 59 (1955) 119-124.
  • Malagardis, N., "'Attic vases, Etruscan stories' – Les é changes et les hommes. Origine, vie brève et mort d'une forme de vase attique", in Oakley, J.H., Coulson W.D.E.,
  • Palagia, O. (eds.), Athenian Potters and Painters ( Oxford , 1997) 35-53.
  • Oakley, J.H., "Attic Red-Figured Skyphoi of Corinthian Shape", Hesperia 57 (1988) 165-191.
  • Scheibler, I., "Attische Skyphoi für attische Feste", AK 43 (2000) 17-43.
  • Smith, H.R.W., Der Lewismaler (Leipzig, 1939)
  • Ure, A.D., "Krokotos and White Heron", JHS 75 (1955) 90-103.
  • Ure, P.N., Sixth and fifth-century pottery from Rhitsona (London, 1927) 21-30, 57-73.

Kantharoi

  • Courbin, P., "Les Origines du Canthare Attique Archaique", BCH 77 (1953) 322-345.
  • Kilinski, K., "In Pursuit of the Boeotian Cantharos", The Ancient World 36.2 (2005) 176-212.
  • Feytmans, D., "Une Representation Inusitée du Depart de Triptolème", Ant. Class. 14 (1945) 285-318 (pp.314-317 on Herakles' kantharos).
  • Hoffmann, H., "Rhyta and Kantharoi in Greek Ritual", in Greek Vases in the J.Paul Getty Museum 4 (1989) 131-166
  • Howard, S., and Johnson, F.P., "The Saint-Valentin Vases", AJA 58 (1954) 191-207.
  • Sparkes, B., "Black Perseus" AK 11 (1968) 3-16.
  • Villard, F., "Les Canthares de Bucchero et la Chronologie du Commerce Etrusque d' Exportation", in Renard, M. (ed.), Hommages à Albert Grenier ( Brussels , 1962) 1625-1635.

Rhyta, figure-vases and head-vases

  • Beazley, J.D., "Charinos. Attic Vases in the Form of Human Heads", JHS 49 (1929) 38-78.
  • Biers, W., "Some thoughts on the origin of the Attic head vase", in Moon, W.G. (ed.), Ancient Greek Art and Iconography ( Wisconsin, 1983) 119-126.
  • Fiorentini, G., "Dionisio, il satiro e il 'mulo' in un vaso plastico da Ravanusa", in Fiorentini et al. (eds.), Archeologia del Mediterraneo: Studi in onore di Ernesto de Miro. Bibliotheca Archeologica 35 ( Rome , 2003) 339-50.
  • Guy, R., "A Ram's Head Rhyton Signed by Charinos", Arts in Virginia 21.2 (1981), 2-15.
  • Hermary, A., "Rhytons de l'atelier de Sotades dans l'Empire Achemenide, de Palaepaphos a Suse", Mediterranean Archaeology 17 (2004) 43-50.
  • Hoffman, H., "The Persian Origin of Attic Rhyta", AK 4 (1961) 21-26.
  • __________, Attic Red-Figured Rhyta ( Mainz , 1962).
  • __________, Tarentine Rhyta ( Mainz , 1966).
  • __________, "Attic and Tarentine Rhyta: Addendum", in Cambitoglou, A., Studies in Honour of Arthur Dale Trendall ( Sydney , 1979) 93-95.
  • __________, "Rhyta and Kantharoi in Greek Ritual", in Greek Vases in the J.Paul Getty Museum 4 (1989) 131-166.
  • __________, Sotades. Symbols of Immortality on Greek Vases ( Oxford , 1997).
  • Kahil, L., "Un Nouveau Vase Plastique des Potier Sotades au Mus ée du Louvre", RA (1972) 271-284.
  • Lissarrague, F., "Identity and Otherness: The Case of Attic Head Vases and Plastic Vases", Source 15.1 (1995) 4-9.
  • Lubsen-Admiraal, S.M., and Hoffmann, H., "The Sotades Painter's Rhyton from Paphos: Reading Athenian Vase Imagery in a Cypriot Context", Hephaistos 13 (1995) 73-91.
  • Marconi, P., "Il muletto di Dionisio: un vase plastico da Agrigento ", Bolletino d'Arte 25 (1931-1932) 64-70
  • Reeder, E., "Figurine Vases from the Athenian Agora", Hesperia 47 (1978) 357-401
  • True, M., "Athenian Potters and the Production of Plastic Vases", in Cohen, B. (ed.) Colors of Clay ( Malibu , 2006) 240-249.
  • Williams, D., "Sotades: Plastic and White", in Keay, S. and Moser, S., Greek Art in View (Oxford , 2004) 95-120.

Phialai

  • Bothmer, D., "A gold libation bowl", Metropolitan Museum of Art , Bulletin . 21 (1962) 154-166.
  • Cardon, C., "Two Omphalos Phialai", The J.Paul Getty Museum Journal 6-7 (1979) 131-138.
  • Luschey, H., Die Phiale (Bleicherode am Harz, 1939).
  • Richter, G.M.A., "A Greek Silver Phiale in the Metropolitan Musem", AJA 45 (1941) 363-389.
  • _____________, "Greek Fifth Century Silverware and Later Imitations", AJA 54 (1950) 357-370.
  • Robertson, C.M., "A fragmentary Phiale by Douris", Greek Vases in the John Paul Getty Museum 5 (1991), 75-98.

Aryballoi

  • Beazley, J.D., "Aryballos", BSA 29 (1930-31) 187-215.
  • ___________, "Charinos: Attic Vases in the form of Human Heads" JHS 49 (1929) 38-78
  • Haspels, C.H.E., "How the Aryballos was Suspended", BSA 29 (1930-31) 216-223.
  • Hommel, H., Bocksbeutel und Aryballoi (1978).
  • Kefalidou, E., "Polychrome Pottery from Aiani", Hesperia 70 (2001) 189-219.
  • Schwarz, G., "Addenda zu Beazley's 'Aryballoi'", ÖJh 54 (1983) 27-32.

Lekythoi

  • Beazley, J.D., "Attic White Lekythoi", in Kurtz , D.C. (ed.), Greek Vases – Lectures by J.D. Beazley ( Oxford , 1989) 26-38.
  • Brommer, F., "Eine Lekythos in Madrid ", MadMitt 10 (1969) 155-171.
  • Cook, B.F., "Class 6L: A Minor Workshop of Red-figure Lekythoi", in Brijder, H.A.G. (ed.), AncientGreek and Related Pottery – Proceedings of the International Vase Symposium12-15 April 1984 (Amsterdam, 1984) 149-152.
  • Genière, de la J., "'Parfumés comme Crésus', De l' Origine du Lécythe Attique", BCH 108 (1984) 91-98.
  • Gex-Morgenthaler, K., "Red-figure lekythoi from Eretria", in Christiansen, T. and Melander, M. (eds.), Proceedings of the 3rd Symposium on Ancient Greek and Related Pottery, Copenhagen. August 31-September 4 1987 (Copenhagen, 1988) 170-174.
  • Giudice, F., I Pittori della Classe di Phanyllis (Catania, 1983).
  • Greifenhagen, A., "Lekythos der Kerberosmalers", JahrBerlMus 3 (1961) 117-133.
  • Haspels, C.H.E., Attic Black-Figured Lekythoi (Paris , 1936).
  • Kurtz, D.C. , Athenian White Leykthoi: Patterns and Painters (Oxford, 1975).
  • _________, "Two Athenian White-Ground Lekythoi", in Greek Vases in the J. Paul Getty Museum 4 (1989) 113-130.
  • McPhee, I., "The Agrinion Group", BSA 74 (1979) 159-162.
  • Mertens, J.R., "A White Lekythos in the J.Paul Getty Museum ", The J.Paul Getty Museum Journal 2 (1975) 27-36.
  • Pipili, M., “White-ground Lekythoi in Athenian Private Collections: Some Iconographic Observations”, in Oakley, J. and Palagia, O. (eds.), Athenian Potters and Painters Volume II (Oxford, 2009) 241-249.
  • Rudolph, W.W., Die Bauchlekythos. Ein Beitrag zur Formgeschichte der attischen Keramik des 5.Jh. v. Chr. ( Bloomington , 1971).
  • Oakley, J.H., "White Lekythoi from Gela ", in Panvini, R. and Giudice, F. (eds.), Ta Attika, Veder Greco a Gela ( Rome , 2004) 207-214.
  • __________, Picturing Death in Classical Athens (Cambridge, 2004).
  • Schmaltz, B., Untersuchungen zu den attischen Marmorlekythen ( Berlin , 1970).
  • Tzahou-Alexandri, O., Λευκές λήκυθοι: του ζωγράφου του Αχιλλέως στο Εθνικό Αρχαιολογικό Μουσείο (Athens , 1998).
  • Wallenstein, K., "Der Aryballos im Aryballos", AA (1972) 458-474.

Alabastra

  • Angermeier, H.E., Das Alabastron ( Giessen, 1936).
  • Badinou, P., "Epinetra et alabastres. La Femme du Ve s. av. J.-C. entre travail de la laine et parure", in Schmaltz, B. and S öldner, M. (eds.), Griechische Keramik im kulturellen Kontext (M ünster, 2003) 87-89.
  • Knigge, U., "Ein rotfiguriges Alabastron aus dem Kerameikos", AM 79 (1964) 105-113.
  • Neils, J., "The Group of the Negro Alabastra. A Study in Motif Transferal", AK23 (1980) 13-23.
  • Schauenburg, K., "Unteritalisches Alabastra", JdI 87 (1972) 258-298.

Askoi

  • Beazley, J.D., "An Askos by Macron", AJA 25 (1921) 326-336.
  • Boardman, J., "Askoi", Hephaistos 3 (1981) 23-25.
  • Hoffmann, H., Sexual and Asexual Pursuit: A Structualist Approach to Greek Vase Painting ( London, 1977).
    Reviewed by Boardman, J., Classical Review 29 (1979) 118-120.
  • Hoffmann, H., "J.Boardman, 'Askoi', Hephaistos 3, 1981 23f : a rejoinder", Hephaistos 4 (1982) 177-179.
  • Massei, L., Gli Askoi a figure rosse nei corredi funerari delle necropolis di Spina ( Milan, 1978)
  • Schauenburg, K., "Askoi mit plastischen Lowenkopf", RM 83 (1976) 261-271.

Pyxides and exaleiptra

  • Brommer, F., "Plemochoe", AA (1980) 544-549.
  • Cook, B.F., "Aristaios", Bulletin of the Metropolitam Museum 21 (1962/3) 31-36 (p.32 on the shape).
  • de la Geniere, J., "A propos d'un vase grec du Mus ée de Lille", Fondation Eugène Piot; Monuments et M émoires 63 (1980) 31-62.
  • Lyons, C.L., “Nikosthenic Pyxides between Etruria and Greece”, in Oakley, J. and Palagia, O. (eds.), Athenian Potters and Painters Volume II (2009) 166-180.
  • Milne, M.J., "Kylichnis", AJA 43 (1939) 247-254.
  • Mingazzzini, P., "Qual'era la forma del vaso chiamato dai Greci kothon?", AA (1967) 344-361.
  • Roberts, S.R., The Attic Pyxis ( Chicago, 1978).
  • Scheibler, I., "Exaleiptra", JdI 79 (1964) 72-108.
  • __________, "Kothon-Exaleiptron: Addenda", AA (1968) 389-397.

Plates

  • Callipolitis-Feytmans, D., "A propos de deux assiettes attiques à figures noires des Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire", Ant. Cl . 17 (1948) 183-192.
  • __________, Les Plats attiques à figures noires ( Paris , 1974).
  • Kunisch, N., Griechische Fischteller: Natur und Bild ( Berlin , 1989).
  • McPhee, I., and Trendall, A.D., Greek Red-figured Fish Plates ( Basel , 1987)
  • __________, "Addenda to Greek Red-figured Fish Plates", AK 33 (1990) 31-51.
  • Sparkes, B.A., "Sikanos and the Stemmed Plate", in Tsetskhladze, G., Prag, A.J.N.W. and Snodgrass, A.M. (eds.), Periplous, Papers on Classical Art and Archaeology Presented to Sir John Boardman (London, 2000) 320-329.

Lekanis/lekane

  • Lioutas, A., Attische Schwarzfigurige Lekanai und Lekanides (Würzburg, 1987).
  • Lüdorf, G., Die Lekane. Typologie und Chronologie einer Leitform der attischen Gebrauchskeramik des 6. – 1.Jahrhunderts v. Chr. (Rahden, 2000).
  • Breitfeld-von Eickstedt, E.D., "Die Lekanis vom 6.-4. Jh. v. Chr. Beobachtungen zur Form und Entwicklung einer Vasengattung", in Oakley, J.H., Coulson W.D.E.,
  • Palagia, O. (eds.), Athenian Potters and Painters ( Oxford , 1997) 55-61.

Epinetra

  • Badinou, P., "Epinetra et alabastres. La Femme du Ve s. av. J.-C. entre travail de la laine et parure", in Schmaltz, B. and S öldner, M. (eds.), Griechische Keramik im kulturellen Kontext (Münster, 2003) 87-89.
  • Bakalakis, G., "Zur Verwendung des Epinetrons", ÖJh 45 (1960) 199-208.
  • Mercati, C., Epinetron: Storia di una forma ceramica fra archeologia e cultura (Perugia, 2003).
  • Robinson, D.M., "A New Attic Onos or Epinetron", AJA 49 (1945) 480-490.

Other shapes

Bail-oinochoai

  • Oakley, J.H., "Bail Oinochoai", in Barringer, J. M. and Hurwit, J.M. (eds.), Perkilean Athens and its Legacy ( Austin , 2005) 13-21.

Bobbins

  • Böhr, E., "A Rare Bird on Greek Vases: the Wryneck", in Oakley, J.H., Coulson W.D.E., Palagia, O. (eds.), Athenian Potters and Painters ( Oxford , 1997) 109-123. (pp.118-120, response to Shapiro on 'bobbins').
  • Shapiro, H.A., "Greek Bobbins - A New Interpretation", Ancient World 11(1985) 115-120.

Louterion

  • Durand, J.-L. and Lissarrague, F., "Un lieu d'image – l'espace du louterion", Hephaistos 2 (1980) 89-106.
  • Kenner, H., "Das Luterion im Kult", ÖJh 29 (1935) 109-154.
  • Kallipolitis-Feytmans, D., Les Louteria Attiques (1965).
  • Shefton, B.B., "Herakles and Theseus on a Red-Figured Louterion", Hesperia 31 (1962) 330-368 (pp.330-335 on the shape).

Lydion

  • Greenewalt, C.H., Lydian pottery of the sixth century B.C.: the Lydion and marbled ware ( Pennsylvania , 1966).

Phormiskoi

  • Brocato, P and Zhara Buda, C., "Phormiskos o platage? Crepundia? Sulla funzione di un oggetto dittile in ambito greco, etrusco e latino", Istituto Universitario Orientale: Annali (Archeologia e Storia Antica) new series 3 (1996) 73-90.
  • Hampe, R., "Tönerner Phormiskos aus Metapont", AA 91 (1976) 192-202.
  • Hatzivassiliou, E., "The Attic Phormiskos: Problems of Origin and Function" BICS 45 (2001) 113-148.
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Plaques

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Stands and Supports

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