Attic Black Figure from Samothrace

  title={Attic Black Figure from Samothrace},
  author={Mary Beth Moore},
1 RAGMENTS of two large black-figure column-kraters, potted and painted about j1t the middle of the sixth century, have been recovered during recent excavations at Samothrace.' Most of these fragments come from an earth fill used for the terrace east of the Stoa.2 Non-joining fragments found in the area of the Arsinoeion in 1939 and in 1949 belong to one of these vessels.3 A few fragments of each krater show traces of burning, for either the clay is gray throughout or the glaze has cracked… 

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