Sunday, April 24, 2022



John Griffiths Pedley, Greek Art and Archaeology, 5th ed. (Boston: Prentice Hall, 2012), p. 196 (fig. 6.82):
Middle Corinthian aryballos: flutist, lead dancer, and copious inscription, a prize for a dancing contest. c. 575–550 BC. Height 2 ins (5 cm). American School of Classical Studies at Athens, Corinth Excavations
Some discussions: Drawing of the aryballos by Piet de Jong, from Threatte, p. 186, fig. 1:

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