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Acheloos Painter (Person, Concept)

Canonical URI: http://kerameikos.org/id/acheloos_painter

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Acheloos Painter (en), Acheloos-Maler (de), Peintre d'Acheloos (fr), Acheloos Painter (it)Additional labels

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The Acheloos Painter is an Athenian black-figure painter active from the end of the 6th c. BCE who is associated with the Leagros Group. The name derives from an amphora found at Vulci (Berlin, Antikensammlung F1851; BAPD 302396) depicting Herakles and Acheloos. Shapes include the neck amphora, lekythos, and hydria. Subjects are mythological with many featuring Herakles. Findspots include Vulci, Cerveteri, and sites in southern Italy and Sicily.

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