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Ancient Greek Pottery: Calyx-Krater The shape, especially the protruding handles set low on the body, spreads out like the cup of a flower, hence the name. (A calyx is the group of leaves --- usually green ---that are directly under a flower’s petals and just above the stem.) The calyx-krater pottery form was most likely invented by Exekias. Exekias was a potter and vase-painter who worked in Athens from about 550 to 525 BC.

Ancient Greek Pottery

Ancient Greek Pottery: Calyx-Krater The shape, especially the protruding handles set low on the body, spreads out like the cup of a flower, hence the name. (A calyx is the group of leaves --- usually green ---that are directly under a flower’s petals and just above the stem.) The calyx-krater pottery form was most likely invented by Exekias. Exekias was a potter and vase-painter who worked in Athens from about 550 to 525 BC.

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A Corinthian alabastron vase depicting two lions and an owl, 595-500 BCE. These vessels were used for storing perfumes and fine oils. (Getty Villa, Malibu)

Corinthian Alabastron Vase

A Corinthian alabastron vase depicting two lions and an owl, 595-500 BCE. These vessels were used for storing perfumes and fine oils. (Getty Villa, Malibu)

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