- The Three-Line Group is a workshop of Athenian black-figure painters active ca. 530-510 BCE. The name derives from the three
lines featured between each decorative zone on the body of the vessel. The main shape is the small neck amphora. Scenes include
gods and goddesses, Herakles, Amazons, and the Trojan War. Findspots are Etruscan sites, Samos, and Olbia.