2 edition of Phlyax vases found in the catalog.
A. D. Trendall
by Institute of Classical Studies; distributed by International University Booksellers in [London]
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 1-7.
|Statement||by A. D. Trendall.|
|Series||University of London. Institute of Classical Studies. Bulletin supplement,, no. 8|
|LC Classifications||NK4649 .T714|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 77 p.|
|Number of Pages||77|
|LC Control Number||67009554|
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The Choregos Painter worked in Apulia in South Italy in the early s B.C., decorating vases in the red-figure with many Greek vase-painters, his real name is unknown, and his name comes from a single work: the phlyax scene on the krater in the Getty Museum. This book offers an interpretation of the handling of costume in the plays of the fifth-century comic poet Aristophanes. Drawing on both textual and material evidence from the fourth- and fifth-century Greek world, it examines three layers of costume: the bodysuit worn by the actors, the characters' clothes, and the additional layering of by: 7.
Comic Angels and Other Approaches to Greek Drama through Vase-Paintings by Oliver Taplin, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(3). Old Comedy on Vases. The principal studies are M. Bieber, The History of the Greek and Roman Theater, 2nd ed. (Princeton ) –46; A. D. Trendall and T. B. L. Webster, Illustrations of Greek Drama (London ); and O. Taplin, Comic Angels (Oxford ), to which should be added D. Walsh, Distorted Ideals in Greek Vase-Painting: The World of the Mythological .
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PHLYAX VASES I. Select Bibliography The bibliography which follows aims to include all those works or articles which make a significant contribution to the study Phlyax vases book the phlyakes or which contain publications of phlyax vases.
For periodicals the standard abbreviations as set out in the American Journal of Archaeology 62 (), pp. have been used; the. BC, Greek vase painters had begun to depict grotesque comic scenes of the phlyakes' burlesques.
The c. extant vases and vase fragments show a rich repertoire of burlesques of the gods and heroes (e.g. Zeus and Hermes on an amorous adventure, Heracles at sacrifice), travesty of myth (Oedipus and the Sphinx) and daily life (punishment of a thief, love scenes.
Vases from the mainland of Greece: (a) (b) Attic red-figure () Attic polychrome () Corinthian red-figure () (c) South Italian red-figured vases: (a) (b) with scenes or actors from phlyax plays () depicting masks (i) (ii) as the sole design () as an element in the design () South Italian vases in other techniques: (a) (b) (c) (d) Gnathia and.
Trendall, A.Phlyax vases, by A. Trendall University (Institute of Classical Studies) London Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. The vase paintings. The so-called Phlyax vases are a principal source of information on the genre.
Byof these vases had been identified. Since depictions of theatre and especially comedy are rare in fabrics other than the South Italian, these have been thought to portray the distinctly local theatre tradition.
View top-quality stock photos of Phlyax Vase Depicting Dionysus Watching Performance Of Acrobat And Farcical Actors By Assteas Italiot Redfigure Pottery From Paestum Campania Italy 4th Century Bc. Find premium, high-resolution stock photography at Getty Images.
The Apulian bell-crater (New York, Fleischman coll. F93), which inspired Taplin to name his recent book The Comic Angels after it, represents a phlyax scene of four actors on a low stage, two inscribed XORHGOS and the two others AIGISTOS and PURRIA[S] Size: 54KB.
(so-called "phlyax vases") set puzzles that can only be solved by reference to the details of the narration of the play which they recall.
First I follow Trendall on a crucial step in the decipherment: the two men with identical costumes and sticks are members of a by: 1. ADDENDA TO PHLYAX VASES ADDENDA TO PHLYAX VASES Trendall, A.
Since the publication in of Phlyax Vases (BICS Suppl. no.8). some new pieces, as well as a few others not included in the Catalogue, have come to my notice, and It several books or articles have appeared which contain relevant material.
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Old Comedy on Vases. be a wineskin, complete with Persian booties (). This was the vase that “broke the logjam” in the reassessment of the so-called phlyax vases and led to the conclusion that these vases in fact represented scenes from Athenian comedy. V 5 Apulian kalyx krater, c. (“New York Goose Play”).
This book opens up a neglected chapter in the reception of Athenian drama, especially comedy; and it gives stage-centre to a particularly attractive and entertaining series of vase-paintings, which have been generally regarded as marginal curiosities.
These are the so-called `phlyax vases', nearly all painted in the Greek cities of South Italy in the period t0 BC. The transformation of the myth of Apollo and Daphne in literary treatments from Ovid through the Spanish Golden Age are studied in theme and variation, showing how the protean figures of the myth meant different things to different ages, each age fashioning the lovers in its own image.
The Myth of Apollo and Daphne focuses on the themes of love, agon, and the grotesque and their. Farce and tragedy in South Italian vase-painting () A Campanian phlyax vase () A new Early Apulian phlyax vase () Masks on Apulian red-figured vases () An Apulian bell-krater depicting the mask of a white-haired phlyax () A Sicilian neck-amphora () A Sicilian skyphoid pyxis in Lugano ().
The result is a lengthy, exceptionally well-illustrated book based on a catalogue of vases selected from several “fabrics” (actually stylistic groups), including Corinthian black-figure komasts, Caeretan hydriae, Athenian black- and red-figure (mainly with satyrs), the so-called phlyax vases of South Italy, the outline “Sam Wide” Group of Corinth, and the Boeotian.
Olivieri, for example, had provided the book with illustrations of Phlyax vases (slightly later in date than the putative age of Sophron), one of which at least depicts a scene possibly drawing on the ‘Tunafisher’ (frr.
The vase is in Cefalù, Museo Mandralisca; Olivieri, pp. - This Pin was discovered by Wendy Keagy. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest.Synopsis This book opens up a neglected chapter in the reception of Athenian drama, especially comedy; and it gives stage-centre to a particularly attractive and entertaining series of vase-paintings, which have been generally regarded as marginal curiosities.
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