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Black-Figured Amphora, (two handled vessel) with Soldiers and Veiled Female

Black-Figured Amphora, (two handled vessel) with Soldiers and Veiled Female

ca. 500 B.C.

Ceramic
9 7/8 in. (25.1 cm)
Diam.: 19 5/8 in.
Eugene Fuller Memorial Collection
52.118
Provenance: Richard Bladworth Angus (1831-1922), Montreal, Ontario and Oak Bay, British Columbia, Canada; to his son, David James Angus (late-19th - mid-20th century), Victoria, British Columbia, Canada; from his estate to [Robertson's Antiques, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada]; purchased from gallery by Seattle Art Museum (Eugene Fuller Memorial Collection), April 4, 1952, accessioned January 14, 1953
location
Not currently on view

Resources

Exhibition HistoryVancouver, British Columbia, Vancouver Centennial Museum, Daily Life in the Ancient World, July 1978 - August 1979

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