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Leagros Group (Group, Concept)

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


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Leagros Group (en), Leagros-Gruppe (de), Gruppo di Leagros (it), Εργαστήριο του Λεάγρου (el), groupe de Leagros (fr)Additional labels


The Leagros Group is a group of black-figure painters active ca. 520-500 BCE. The name derives from the inscription “Leagros kalos” (“Leagros is beautiful”) on several vases. Painters identified with the group include the Acheloos Painter, Chiusi Painter, and Daybreak Painter. Also associated are the Antiope Group, Group of Würzburg 210, and Group of Vatican 424. Several hundred vessels are attributed to the group, including shapes like the neck amphora, hydria, lekythos, krater, and Panathenaic amphora. Favorite scenes of the group are Herakles and the Trojan War, as well as Dionysian themes. Findspots are Vulci and other Etruscan sites, southern Italy and Sicily, and the Athenian Agora.

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