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Euthymides (Person, Concept)

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

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Euthymides (en), Euthymidès (fr), Eutimide (it), Euthymides (de), Ευθυμίδης (el)Additional labels

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Euthymides is an Athenian red-figure painter active ca. 515-500 BCE, who signed as both painter (“egrapsen”) and potter (“epoiesen”). Euthymides is considered a member of the Pioneer Group, along with Euphronios, Phintias, and other vase-painters. One of the best known works is an amphora (Munich, Antikensammlungen 2307; BAPD 200160) featuring revelers (“komasts”) and the inscription “as never Euphronios.” Shapes include different amphora types, the hydria, and cups. Scenes are Dionysos and followers, other gods, athletes, Theseus, Herakles, and the symposion. Some findspots are Vulci and other sites in Etruria, Athens (Acropolis, Agora), sites in Sicily and southern Italy, and Vix (France).

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