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11 Two column-kraterrimfragmentswithanimalsin silhouette techniquethatwere includedin AgoraXXIII (p. 161, cat. no. 476 and esp. p. 163, cat. no. Forhandleplates decoratedin red figure,see Brunswick544 by the BerlinPainter, on the rim, encircledpalmettesin which showsa lion (foreparts); reserve(note6 above);an unattributedfragmentof thelate6th centuryin a privatecollectiondepictsa satyranda symposiast(JdI 88, 1973, p. 13, fig. 11). ,p. 12). 12: sideA, Heraklesin Olympos;sideB, Dionysoswelcomedto Olympos;on the top sideof the rim, Eros(fourtimes)betweenpalmettes 16, 1986, pp.
79, and p. 282, endnote 39, suggeststhat 90 and 109 may representa visit to the Demosion Sema, the Athenianstate cemeteryfor those who died in battle and receiveda publicfuneral. A. 4 from the Group of Polygnotos(ARV21059, 128; Matheson, Polygnotos, p. 475, cat. no. M. 13032by the NaplesPainter (ARV21099, 47). 18 See E. Karydi,AM 78, 1963 [pp. 90-103], p. 91. An exception is the scalepatternon the side of the mouthof Akropolis636, relatedto Phintias(note8 above). 19 Anotherpossibleexceptionis the handle fragmentP 5442, which was publishedwith the black-figuredmaterial (see Agora XXIII, p.
238 (Pls. 32, 33), the splendid fragments by the Altamura Painter, may come from the later type, although the presence of an ornamental configuration below the handle may argue against this (see below). The scheme of decoration, the choice of ornament, and the placement of the figures vary greatly, especially on the earlier type, and it would seem that the artists enjoyed considerable freedom in decorating this shape. Some follow the system canonical for the black-figuredvolutekraters:key pattern on the side of the mouth; ivy on the flanges of each handle; upper zone of neck with ornament, lower one figured; and body black except for a tongue pattern on the shoulder at the junction with the neck and for base rays directly above the foot.