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Class of Cabinet Des Medailles 218 (E74_Group, Concept)

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Class of Cabinet Des Medailles 218 (en)


The Class of C.M. 218 denotes a group of Athenian black-figure vases dating from the beginning of the mid-6th c. BCE. The name derives from a neck amphora that is attributed to the Painter of Boston 01.17 found in Cerveteri, now in Paris (Cabinet des Médailles 218), showing Dionysos with Apollo and maenads. The class consists of a variant of the Nikosthenic amphora, including bilingual vases (decorated in two techniques) and two examples in red-figure signed as potter (“epoiesen”) by Pamphaios that are attributed to the painter Oltos. The primary findspot is Cerveteri.

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