Kylix
National Museums of Scotland



Red Figure Kylix, illustrating a battle scene between a hoplite, carrying a round shield with Pegasus motif and a bearded, reclining Persian, Attic
Creator: The Triptolemos Painter (fl. 460 BC)
Nationality: Greek
Location: National Museums of Scotland
Medium: earthenware
Date: 460 BC
Dimensions: H:12.1 D:37.6 cm
Source: Bridgeman Images


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Kylix
Museum reference A.1887.213
Description: Kylix of pottery decorated in red figure, painted with a hoplite slaying a fallen Persian inside, and a Greek and mounted Persian battle scene outside: Ancient Mediterranean, Ancient Greek, Attic, by the Triptolemos painter, 5th century BC, c. 460 BC

Production information: Triptolemos painter, Attica, Ancient Greece.
Date: 5th century BC
Style / Culture: Red-figure / Attic, Ancient Greek.
Materials: Pottery
Source: National Museums of Scotland


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