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Burgon Group (Group, Concept)

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Burgon Group (en)

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The Burgon Group is a group of Athenian black-figure painters dated to the second quarter of the 6th c. BCE. Attributed to this group is the first complete Panathenaic amphora, the Burgon Vase (London, British Museum B130; BAPD 300828), named for the scholar who discovered it. Other shapes include the oinochoe, plate, and pyxis. Subjects are daily life and Ajax and Achilles. A pinax (plaque) from Athens represents a scene of prothesis (laying out the body of the deceased). Findspots include Athens, Rhodes, Naukratis, and Brauron.

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