List of Print and Online Images

Figures (Print and Online)

Figure 1. Reconstruction of a terracotta plaque from the Athenian Acropolis, c. 500 BC. After Le Lasseur 1919:104, fig. 48.
For discussion, see note 3.32.

 

Figure 2. Reconstruction of a terracotta plaque from the Athenian Acropolis, c. 500 BC. After Le Lasseur 1919:98, fig. 47.
For discussion, see note 3.33.

Plates (Print, 1–12; Online, 4, 8, and 12 only)

Plates 1–2. Fragments of two terracotta plaques from same mold: girl spinning, seated. C. 500 BC. Athens, Acropolis Museum, no. 1329 (Plate 1); no. 1330 (Plate 2).
Hellenic Ministry of Culture / Archaeological Receipts Fund (Acropolis Museum, Athens).
For discussion, see note 3.32.

 

Plate 3. Attic red-figure hydria: woman spinning, seated. Clio Painter, c. 475–425 BC.
London, British Museum, E215.
Image © The Trustees of the British Museum.
For discussion, see note 3.32.

 

Plate 4 (online Plate I). Attic red-figure cup: woman spinning, seated. Euaion Painter, c. 475–425 BC. Berlin, Staatliche Museen, Antikensammlung, 31426.
Bildarchiv Preußischer Kulturbesitz / Art Resource, NY.
For discussion, see note 3.32.

 

Plate 5. Attic black-figure lekythos: rollout drawing of figural scene, central portion. Attributed to the Amasis Painter, c. 575–525 BC. New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Fletcher Fund (1931), 31.11.10.
Image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
For discussion, see note 3.32.

 

Plates 6–7. Fragments of two terracotta plaques from same mold: Athena, with polos crown, holding phiale. C. 500 BC. Athens, Acropolis Museum, no. 1337 (Plate 6); no. 1338 (Plate 7).
Hellenic Ministry of Culture / Archaeological Receipts Fund (Acropolis Museum, Athens).
For discussion, see note 3.33.

 

Plate 8 (online Plate II). Attic black-figure kalpis: seated Athens with phiale, helmet. Nikoxenos Painter, c. 550–500 BC. Once on art market in Rome, now lost.
Drawing after E. Gerhard, ed., Auserlesene griechische Vasenbilder: hauptsächlich etruskischen Fundorts, vol. 4, pt. 1 (Berlin, 1840) pl. 242, no. 1.
For discussion, see note 3.33.

 

Plate 9. Attic white-ground lekythos: seated Athena with phiale, spear. Athena Painter, c. 500–450 BC. Athens, National Archaeological Museum, no. 1138. (a) detail of seated Athena; (b and c) full view of scene.
Hellenic Ministry of Culture / Archaeological Receipts Fund (National Archaeological Museum, Athens).
For discussion, see note 3.33.

 

Plates 10–11. Attic red-figure column krater (fragments): seated Athena with phiale. Myson, c. 500–450 BC. Athens, National Archaeological Museum, Acropolis Collection, no. 2.806. Plate 10: Photo of reconstructed vase. Hellenic Ministry of Culture / Archaeological Receipts Fund (National Archaeological Museum, Athens). Plate 11: Drawing of fragments after B. Graef and E. Langlotz, Die antiken Vasen von der Akropolis zu Athen II-2 (Berlin 1909) pl. 72.
For discussion, see note 3.33.

 

Plate 12 (online Plate III). Laconian relief from Chrysapha, near Sparta: enthroned male with kantharos and female with veil and pomegranate; at right, two figures bring votive gifts. C. 540 BC. Berlin, Staatliche Museen, Antikensammlung, no. Sk 731.
Bildarchiv Preußischer Kulturbesitz / Art Resource, NY.
For discussion, see notes 3.112 and 4.181.

Maps (Print and Online)

Map 1. By Jill Curry Robbins, after a map by Alexander Herda.

 

Map 2. (Detail of Map 1.) By Jill Curry Robbins, after a map by Alexander Herda.

 

Map 3. By Jill Curry Robbins, after Pausanias, Description of Greece. Loeb Classical Library. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1918–1935, vol. 5, pl. 1.

 

Map 4. (Detail of Map 3.) By Jill Curry Robbins.

 

Map 5. By Jill Curry Robbins, after Strabo, The Geography of Strabo. Loeb Classical Library. London: W. Heinemann, 1917, vol. 4, map 7.

 

Map 6. By Jill Curry Robbins, after Pausanias, Description of Greece. Loeb Classical Library. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1918–1935, vol. 5, pl. 9.