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The good, the bad, and the misleading. A network of names on (mainly) Athenian vases

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The earliest Greek inscriptions are incised graffiti on geometric pottery from around the middle of the 8th century. They were usually inscribed by their owners some time after the purchase. A late geometric oinochoe found in Athens1 was presented as a prize in a dancing competition and bears the incised inscription HOΣ ΝYΝ OΡΧΕΣΤÔΝ ΠΆΝΤΟΝ AΤΑΛΌΤΑΤΑ ΠΑΊΖΕΙ, ΤÔ ΤΌΔΕ ΚΛ[.]ΜΙΝ[...], “Whoever of all these dancers now plays most delicately, to him this ...” on the black shoulder. Other vases name ...

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University of Oxford
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GLAM
Department:
Ashmolean Museum
Oxford college:
Lincoln College
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Publisher:
Archaeopress Publisher's website
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There and Back Again: Greek Art in Motion Journal website
Pages:
31-36
Host title:
Greek Art in Motion: Studies in honour of Sir John Boardman on the occasion of his 90th Birthday
Publication date:
2019-02-13
Acceptance date:
2018-07-19
Source identifiers:
915993
ISBN:
9781789690231
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pubs:915993
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uuid:4aa7781c-5379-4506-a20f-e69f1ffcc534
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2018-09-10

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