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Haimon Group (Group, Concept)

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

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Haimon Group (en)

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The Haimon Group is a group of Athenian black-figure painters active in the early decades of the 5th c. BCE. The name derives from the association with the Haimon Painter. Associated with the large output of the group are the Haimon Painter, Pholos Painter, Ure’s Class of Skyphoi K 2, Lancut Group, and the Painter of the Half-Palmettes. The main shapes are the lekythos, skyphos, mastos, and oinochoe. Findspots are Athens (Kerameikos, Agora, Acropolis), Olympia, Tanagra, sites in Italy, Olbia and Berezan, Miletus, and Naukratis.

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