Carver of herms.

On the right — late form of a herm. Portrait with an inscription.Red-figure vase. From Greece.By the Epiktetus Painter.Clay. 480 BCE. Inv. No. 119.

Copenhagen, The National Museum of Denmark

Literature:
J. D. Beazley, Attic Red-figure Vase-painters (1963), 75, 59.
Credits:
© Image, text: Slovar’ antichnosti. / Per. s nem. — M.: Progress, 1989 (to article “Germa”)
Added text: J. Boardman, Athenian Red Figure Vases the Archaic Period, 2005, no. 74.
RUSSIAN

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