Collections OnlineGregorian Etruscan MuseumRoom XIX

Panathenaic amphora by the Berlin Painter, 500-480 BC, cat. 16959

Attic hydria with black figures by the Leagros Group, approx. 500 BC, cat. 16450

"Bi-lingual" kylix, approx. 530 BC cat. 16515

Exekias amphora, 540-530 BC, cat. 16757

Attic amphora with red figures by the Troilos Painter: fight for the tripod and procession of musicians; from Cerveteri, first decades of the 5th cent. BC, cat. 16513

Three kylixes with red figures by the Brygos Painter, 480 BC, cat. 16560, 16582-16583

Lekythos (cruet for unguents, used by athletes and in funerary ceremonies) with red figures by the Brygos Painter, 470 BC, cat. 17921: death of Orpheus at the hands of the women of Thrace.

Two kylixes (goblets) with red figures by the Makron Painter, from Vulci, first quarter of the 5th cent. BC, catv. 16576, 16581

Two kylixes of the Epeleios Painter, from Vulci, approx. 500 BC: gymnasium scene.

Attic hydria with red figures by the Eucharides Painter, from Vulci, approx. 500 BC, cat. 16577-17856: Achille ed Ettore.

Attic amphora with red figures attributed to the Hector Painter, from Vulci, 450 BC approx., cat. 16570: Hector carries out libations before the battle, while he takes his leave of his parents, Priam and Hecuba; B side: old man between two women.

Attic kylix with red figures by Duris, 490-480 BC, cat. 16561

Attic kylix with red figures by Duris, 480 BC, cat. 16545

Kylix attica a figure rosse della maniera di Douris, circa 480 BC, cat. 16563

Attic kylix with red figures attributed to the Oedipus Painter, approx. 480-470 BC, cat. 16541

Virtual Visit of this Room

On the walls are paintings executed in 1780 by Bernardino Nocchi (?), illustrating the works done under the pontificate of Pius VI. The room contains Attic vases with black figures and red figures, as well as interesting bi-lingual examples, that is with the two style adopted simultaneously.