B A B E S C H Annual Papers on Mediterranean Archaeology
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Abstract

Graham Cuvelier
Demeter’s Arrival at Eleusis on an Apulian Oinochoe kept in Foggia

This article offers an interpretation of the scene depicted on the body of an Apulian red-figured oinochoe, assigned to the Darius Painter, now kept in the storage of the Museo Civico of Foggia. This interpretation is based on the analysis of the iconographic language of the Apulian imagery as well as on the connexion in series of this scene with those appearing on contemporary vases produced in the same cultural community. This article is also accompanied by a set of previously unpublished colour pictures of the entire vase and of several details taken on site by the author.

Article in volume 92, 2017, pages 115-138

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