This is the sixth in a series that documents the vast collection of Greek vases in the Getty Museum. Eight essay--in English, German, and Italian--shed light on a number of objects from the Museum's fine collection. Included are the identification of a new Corinthian painter by C.W. Neeft; the publication of three Caeretan hydriai by J.M. Hemelrijk; and the reconstruction of an important early krater by the Berlin painter discussed by Mary B. Moore. Also included is a discussion of a parody of a phylax comedy on a South Italian vase by Anneliese Kossatz-Deissmann, as well as essays by Petra Reichert-Sudbeck, Glann Markoe, Flavia Zisa, and Ruth Lindner.
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