Caeretan Spouted Lebetes

Mario A. Del Chiaro

pp. 165-168, Tavv. 2


Abstract

In an early study of a very special Etruscan red-figured vase-shape shared by three different pottery centers in Etruria active during the second half of the 4th century B.C., Caere (Cerveteri) was singled out from amongst Falerii Veteres (Civita Castellana) and Tarquinii as the center responsible for one of the five spouted lebetes then brought together for investigation. A recent visit to the World Heritage Museum of the University of Illinois at Urbana has now made it possible to add a hitherto unpublished example to what has been, up to the present, the sole known Caeretan spouted lebes. […]

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