Drawing of column-krater

Named for its column-like handles, the column-krater is first known from Corinthian examples dated to the late seventh century. It is regularly produced by Athenian potters from the first half of the sixth-century until the third quarter of the fifth. It seems from graffiti on Athenian red-figure examples that the vessel was referred to as Korinthios or Korinthiourges.

Athenian red-figure column-krater
  • Athenian red-figure column-krater ht. 35cm.
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