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Goltyr Painter (E21_Person, Concept)

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


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Goltyr Painter (en), Goltyr-Maler (de), Goltyr Painter (fr), Goltyr Painter (it)Additional labels


The Goltyr Painter is an Athenian black-figure painter of the Tyrrhenian Group dated ca. 565-550 BCE. The name derives from an amphora (Poland, Warsaw Archaeological Museum 142445; BAPD 310103) showing a komos. It is a contraction of two words: “Goluchow”, the former collection in Poland, and “Tyrrhenian”.The primary shape is the ovoid neck amphora. Scenes depict centaurs, Amazons, warriors, hunting, and male revelers ("komasts"). Findspots include Vulci and Cerveteri.

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