Euthymides and His Fellows Joseph Clark Hoppin

ISBN: 9780674336131

Published: January 1st 1917

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Euthymides and His Fellows  by  Joseph Clark Hoppin

Euthymides and His Fellows by Joseph Clark Hoppin
January 1st 1917 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | | ISBN: 9780674336131 | 4.70 Mb

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1917 Excerpt: ...p. 123. Chase, p. 109, 136, No. 10. AMoreThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1917 Excerpt: ...p. 123. Chase, p. 109, 136, No. 10. A warrior, nude, save for a small cloak looped around his waist, and Attic helmet, hastening to r.- legs in profile, body seen from 1 Cf.

Houssayes very interesting article on this feature in the Rev. Arch. 1912, i, pp. 60-83. This kylix, however, is not included in the list there given. behind, and head in profile to 1. In his 1. he holds a shield (seen in profile- device, horse in silhouette), and probably held in his missing r. a stone or sword. His mouth is open. Above and below an arrow. Evidently the warrior is attempting to escape an attack by archers. In the field tlNTIA KALVO .1 Preliminary drawing quite prominent and evidently a different arrangement of the drapery was planned.

Anatomical details in faint fines. Encircling the picture A 8 (&). Part of the r. side of the kylix is missing.2 E 15. Fig. 13: Kylix, Leipzig (formerly in Hausers collection in Stuttgart). Provenience unknown: h. m. 0.065- d. m. 0.19. Inside picture only. Hartwig, pp. 184-186, pi. xviii, 1. Fig. 13 Youthful athlete, nude save for a small cloak looped around his waist as in the two previous vases, and a pilos on his head, 1 Furtwangler (Cat.

p. 605) gives a facsimile of the inscription and reads it ANTIA KAVO . But the space requires an extra letter, and in view of the extraordinary similarity between this kylix and E 13 and 15 there can be little doubt that Hartwigs reading is correct. 1 Hartwig alone mentions this fact. It must be acknowledged, though it would invalidate the theory to be advanced shortly, that the missing part of the vase crouches to 1. in the act of discharging a sling.1 He wears a slight beard. Double stripe around the picture.

The glaze has been badly worn. Drawing very sure and anatomica...



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