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Forribbingon both the shoulderandthe body,see Malibu, the J. This is a uniqueform of volute-kraterbecauseit is set into a separate, elaboratelyworkedstand. For its publication,see L. Burn, "A Dinoid Volute-Kraterby the MeleagerPainter:An Attic Vase in 5 in theJ. PaulGettyMuseum the SouthItalianManner,"GreekVases [OPA7], pp. 107-130. 1 Forthe shape,see AgoraXXIII, pp. Add:H. 3The calyx-krateris much favored by members of the Pioneer Group, and Euphronios is the firstpainter to decorate many of them, including two signed by the potter Euxitheos.
A. 298 (ARV21098, 35; Addenda 328); Trachones, Geroulanos,no no. (ARV21098, 35 bis and ter);Karlsruhe B 3078, ii (ARV21098, 36); Mykonos, two (ARV21098, 38, 39). A. 453, 1; Addenda 332; Reeder,Pandora, pp. 224226, cat. no. A. 99 (ARV21126, 2); Munichinv. M. M. A. 73 (ARV21126, 6; Addenda 332); Munich inv. M. 1614 (ARV21127, 7);Akinto the WashingPainter: Mykonos,no no. (note 7 above). M. 1659(note8 above);MunichMarket(ARV2 1322, 12;Burn,MeidiasPainter, p. 106, cat. no. 48 (note8 above);Rhodes6640 (note8 above);HeidelbergK 37 (ARV21322, 15;Burn,p.
The body is shaped much like that of a column-krater,and the foot is in two degrees, a base-fillet above a torus, similar to the foot of the amphora Type A, the loutrophoros, and the calyx-krater,which is not surprisingbecause all three shapes are large and quite elaborate. 2 During the second quarter of the 5th century, the shape of the mouth, neck, and foot of many volute-kratersis modified so that the mouth and neck become elaborately molded and the shape of the foot is a double ogee. 3 These two artists,together with the Niobid Painter,the younger contemporary of the Altamura Painter,decorated more volute-kratersthan any other red-figure artists.