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Group of Walters 48.42 (E74_Group, Concept)

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Group of Walters 48.42 (en)


The Group of Walters 48.42 is a group of Athenian black-figure cups produced ca. 530-520 BCE. Considered to be part of the Krokotos Workshop, the name derives from a cup (Baltimore, Walters Art Gallery 48.42; BAPD 302634) showing Dionysos’ head between eyes on the exterior. The group is characterized by Type A cups that feature eyes on the exterior, some with figures (satyrs, maenads, Herakles, Nereus), and a gorgoneion in the interior. Findspots include Vulci, Roselle, Falerii, and Athens.

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