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Painter of The Nicosia Olpe (Person, Concept)

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

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Painter of The Nicosia Olpe (en), Maler der Nikosia-Olpe (de), Painter of the Nicosia Olpe (fr)Additional labels

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The Painter of the Nicosia Olpe is an Athenian black-figure painter active ca. 500 BCE. The name derives from a vase (Nicosia, Cyprus Museum C 809; BAPD 330183) showing a man, woman, and youth. Other shapes are cups, the lekythos, and small amphora. Scenes include chariots, arming, men with spears, riders, Herakles, Theseus and the Minotaur, Birth of Athena, and Ajax and Cassandra. Findspots are Italy, Sicily, Cyrene, Naukratis, and Greece.

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