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The Getty Museum homes a very good number of historic painted vases. This quantity, the 5th within the Occasional Papers on Antiquities subseries on Greek vases, follows the course taken via previous volumes by means of introducing formerly unpublished information regarding the works. most significantly for students and scholars of vase-painting, those volumes offer extra entry to the works via broad illustrations, descriptions, and reconstructions
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LIMC 2 (1984), p. 934, no. 29 (O. Touchefeu). 54. For very much the same basic reading o f the scene as given here, see: Recueil Dugas, p. 73; J. D . Beazley, The Development of Attic Black-Figure, rev. ed. (Berkeley, 1986), p. 77; Schefold (note 46), p. 207. 55. Childs, pis. 2. The horses present i n scenes o f the deaths o f Astyanax and Priam are usually at rest, not running. See Wiencke, p. 298 (pi. 59, fig. 18). This distinction is also made by Dugas w i t h reference to his interpretation o f the C-Painter's l i d as representing the Death o f Troilos: Recueil Dugas, p.
154-157, 340-342. 94. Jacobs (note 26), p. 63. 95. Childs, fig. 28, pl. 2. 96. , p l . 1-2 (blocks 876, 877). 97. , pis. 14-17. 98. Cook (note 26), p. 279. See also the observations o f Bie (note 82), pp. 26-27, w h o makes very much the same distinctions as I have done. 99. Childs, pp. 36-47, pis. 18-25 (Pinara and Tlos). 100. , fig. 39, p l . 7, among numerous other examples o f all periods. 101. , pp. 28-29, 32. Onesimos and the Getty Iliupersis Dyfri Williams The centenary o f the birth o f Sir John Davidson Beazley was marked i n 1985 i n both Oxford and Lon don w i t h international colloquia, and in America not only was there a symposium i n Malibu but also a "one-man-show" that toured N e w York, Toledo (Ohio), and Los Angeles.
2; von Steuben (note 57), p. 70; J. Carter, "The Beginning o f Narrative A r t i n the Greek Geometric Period," BSA 67 (1972), p. 53. 62. Wiencke, pp. 286-289, reviews the early literary evidence and the variations. It should be noted that i n IL X X I V . 7 3 4 - 7 3 5 , A n dromache foresees that Astyanax may be grabbed by the arm and hurled from a tower to his death (rather than by the leg). The seizing o f the arm o f a child is represented on the M y k o n o s pithos, Ervin (note 60), p l .