Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum I
The South Italian Pottery, Part I
J. R. Green
86 pages | 10 x 13 | 144 illus.
Portfolio box 1986 | ISBN 978-0-934718-83-7 | $100.00s | £65.00 | Add to cart
Distributed for the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
The Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum is a highly regarded international series that serves as a vital research aid in the study of Greek pottery. This first fascicule of the CVA from the University Museum includes 101 South Italian vases. Among these are Apulian Red-Figure, Apulian Gnathia, Apulian Black-Glaze, and four classes of native (non-Greek) wares—Daunian, Peucetian, Messapian, and Canosan—dating from the Archaic to early Hellenistic periods.
Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum, I (U.S.A. 22)
University Museum Fascicule I