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FOR MELANDROS BY BEAUTIFUL DIPHILOS Beautiful Diphilos will dedicate to the dead Melandros this lekythos with the representation of two women preparing his visit to the cemetery. By the Achilles Painter. Attic white-ground lekythos from Eretria, 460-450 BC. Detail. Athens, National Archaeological Museum, Vase Collection

FOR MELANDROS BY BEAUTIFUL DIPHILOS Beautiful Diphilos will dedicate to the dead Melandros this lekythos with the representation of two women preparing his visit to the cemetery. By the Achilles Painter. Attic white-ground lekythos from Eretria, 460-450 BC. Detail. Athens, National Archaeological Museum, Vase Collection

München: Junger Krieger http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/40/Staatliche_Antikensammlung_White_ground_lekythos_430BC_young_warrior_and_father_1.jpg?uselang=de

München: Junger Krieger http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/40/Staatliche_Antikensammlung_White_ground_lekythos_430BC_young_warrior_and_father_1.jpg?uselang=de

Lekythos decorado com uma cena de Ilíada de Homero. Retrata Aquiles entregando o corpo de Heitor para seu pai Príamo. Pintado por Edimburgo. Datado do século V a.C. Atualmente exposto no Museu Nacional da Escócia.

Lekythos of pottery decorated in black figure style on a white ground with a scene representing Achilles delivering up the body of Hector to Priam: Ancient Mediterranean Greek, Attic, century BC.

Timokrates Painter (near) (Greek, Attic, active ca. 470-ca. 460 B.C.) White-Ground Lekythos ca. 460 B.C. Hellenistic period Earthenware with painted slip decoration in white-ground manner

Timokrates Painter (near) (Greek, Attic, active ca. 460 B.) White-Ground Lekythos ca. 460 B. Hellenistic period Earthenware with painted slip decoration in white-ground manner

A red-figure loutrophoros from Apulia, 4th century BCE. These tall slim vessels with elongated handles were used during wedding and funeral rites and as grave markers, especially for those who died unmarried. This example depicts women and youths in preparation for a special ocassion. (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York).

A red-figure loutrophoros from Apulia, century BCE. These tall slim vessels with elongated handles were used during wedding and funeral rites and as grave markers, especially for those who died unmarried.

Terracotta lekythos (oil flask)      Attributed to the Achilles Painter  Period:     Classical  Date:     ca. 440 B.C.  Culture:     Greek, Attic

Terracotta lekythos (oil flask) Attributed to the Achilles Painter Period: Classical Date: ca. 440 B.

Tomb scene Inscription Painter MAN 19497. Women bringing offerings to a tomb. Attic white-ground lekythos, 470–460 BC.

Tomb scene Inscription Painter MAN Women bringing offerings to a tomb…

Lekythos with Two Figures and Winged Sepulchur. This white-ground shoulder lekythos depicts a youth and a woman at a tomb. On the left a woman stands nearly frontally to the right, her head and left leg in profile. She wears a peplos and gestures as in grief with both hands. In the center a rectangular stele with pedimental finial sits on top of a two-step base.

Lekythos with Two Figures and Winged Sepulchur

Charon in boat approaches a funerary stele with a lekythos.   White ground red figured lekythos. Made in Athens From Eretria, Euboea ca. 450 – 400 BC. Musée du Louvre

Charon in boat approaches a funerary stele with a lekythos. Made in Athens From Eretria, Euboea ca.

Oil flask (lekythos): a man and woman at a tomb.  The tall gravestone is decorated with sashes tied around it by the mourners.  Production place: Athens. Date: around  440 BC. Fired Clay, white-ground technique.

Oil flask (lekythos): a man and woman at a tomb The tall gravestone is decorated with sashes tied around it by the mourners. Production place: Athens Date: around 440 BC

Hermes leads a deceased woman to the Charon’s ship.   Attic white-ground red figured Lekythos Attributed to “The Thanatos Painter” ca. 440 – 430 BC Munich. Antikensammlungen.

Hermes leads a deceased woman to the Charon’s ship. Attic white-ground red figured Lekythos Attributed to “The Thanatos Painter” ca.