The consumers' choice :
|Item type||Current library||Call number||Status||Date due||Barcode|
|Circulating||Philip Becker Goetz Library||NK4645 .C66 2016 (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Available|
Includes bibliographical references.
Introduction / Thomas H. Carpenter, Elizabeth Langridge-Noti, and Mark D. Stansbury-O'Donnell -- Reconsidering hand looms on Athenian vases / Sheramy D. Bundrick -- Karneia and Kitharoidos : rereading a Laconian cup in the Michael C. Carlos Museum / An Jiang -- Gordion cups and other Attic black-figure cups at Gordion in Phrygia / Kathleen M. Lynch -- Eggs in a drinking cup : unexpected uses of a Greek shape in Central Apulian funerary contexts / Bice Peruzzi -- Too young to fight (or drink) : a warrior krater in a child burial at ancient Sindos / Vivi Saripanidi -- Trademarks and the dynamic image : a step to visualizing patterns in imagery movement from Athens to Etruria / Tara M. Trahey -- Image and story in late geometric Attica : interpreting a giant pitcher from Marathon / Vicky Vlachou.
"The papers in this volume are elaborations of talks presented at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America in New Orleans. Five were part of a colloquium, 'Consumers' Choice : Uses of Greek Figure-Decorated Pottery,' which was sponsored by the Pottery in Context Research Network. This group, formed in 2011-2012 and sponsored by the Institute of Classical Studies at the University of London, supports research on figure-decorated and associated pottery, with particular focus on shape, iconography, and material contexts in the Mediterranean basin of the eleventh to fourth centuries B.C.E. Two additional papers on painted pottery from other AIA sessions are included in this volume. These papers addressed similar themes to that of the colloquium and supplemented the themes of how one might consider a consumer's choice"--Provided by publisher.