A catalogue raisonné of the Mycenaean pictorial-style pottery in the National Archaeological Museum. The pieces are classified on the basis of the motifs, the date and the painters, to the degree that these are identifiable. Through the presentation of the material an endeavour is made to distinguish workshops and artists, and to ascribe specific works to them.

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    The Mycenaean pictorial style, which first became known as a result of the discoveries at Mycenae at the end of the 19th century, is one of the most interesting subjects in prehistoric archaeology. The collection of the National Archaeological Museum is the richest in the world and includes vases from every part of Greece –many of which are the work of known vase-painters– decorated with figures of humans and animals, with ships and helmets, and with other motifs.

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    Weight 1000 g
    Dimensions 23 × 30.5 cm
    Binding

    Language

    Αγγλικά

    Pages

    152

    Images

    662 εικόνες και σχέδια

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    Images
    Drawings
J.A. SAKELLARAKIS


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A catalogue raisonné of the Mycenaean pictorial-style pottery in the National Archaeological Museum. The pieces are classified on the basis of the motifs, the date and the painters, to the degree that these are identifiable. Through the presentation of the material an endeavour is made to distinguish workshops and artists, and to ascribe specific works to them.

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