Representation and Gender In Athenian Vase Painting Ellen K. Stauder. Women at the Fountain. Hydria done by the Priam Painter, c. 510 BCE. Found in Etruria. Women Working Wool. Lekythos by the Amasis Painter (560-520 BCE). Seated Woman Spinning with Attendant and Husband.
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Women at the Fountain
Hydria done by the Priam Painter, c. 510 BCE. Found in Etruria
Women Working Wool
Lekythos by the Amasis Painter (560-520 BCE)
Seated Woman Spinning with Attendant and Husband
Red-figure Hydria, 450-425 BCE
Centauromachy and Amazonomachy
Greeks Battling the Amazons with Achilles killing Penthesilea
Tondo or cup interior by the Penthesilea Painter, 460-440 BCE
Penthesilea Painter, 460-440 BCE