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|Series||Archaeologica traiectina -- 6|
|LC Classifications||NK4645 V67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 142 p.|
|Number of Pages||142|
Scythian archers in archaic Attic vase-painting, door Maria Frederika Vos [Jongkees-Vos, M. F] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Scythian archers in archaic Attic vase-painting, door Maria Frederika VosAuthor: M. F Jongkees-Vos. The article analyses the depictions of archers in so-called 'Scythian' clothes (a high sharp cap or a rounded hood, a caftan and trousers) in Attic archaic vase-painting. Scythian archers in archaic attic vase-painting. Responsibility by M.F. Vos. Imprint Groningen: J.B. Wolters, Physical description Vase-painting, Greek. Scythians in art. Archery in art. Bibliographic information. Publication date Series Archaeologica Traiectina ; 6 Note. Due to the fact that to date no investigation has considered special aspects of Attic vases with the de-piction of Scythian archer on it, this study seeks to look into the origin, identity and the function of archers illustrated on Attic vases of the archaic period, by .
The representations of the so-called „Scythian‟ archers on late archaic Attic pottery form a set of evidence whose historical interpretation is very difficult, as the iconographic repertoire is complex and there are no significant literary sources to. View Academics in Scythian archers in archaic Attic vase-painting on Scythian archers in archaic attic vase-painting. Foto des Verkäufers. Größeres Bild ansehen Scythian archers in archaic attic vase-painting. VOS (Maria Frederika) Verlag: Groningen, J. B. Wolters, , Zustand: Bon Softcover. Für später . Book Book Review Video Submit. Featured Articles There are more than four hundred representations of Scythian archers on black-figured vases dating between and B.C. M. E. Vos believes that it was probably Scythian Archers in Archaic Attic Vase Painting (Groningen: J. B. Wolters, ). Her view has been contested by B. M.
‘SCYTHIAN’ ARCHERS ON ARCHAIC ATTIC VASES: PROBLEMS OF INTERPRETATION 1 ASKOLD I. IVANTCHIK Abstract. The article analyses the depictions of archers in so-called ‘Scythian’ clothes (a high sharp cap or a rounded hood, a caftan and trousers) in Attic archaic vase- painting. The author concludes that these fi gures were neither conceived as real eth- nical Scythians, nor associated by. An Attic vase-painting of a Scythian Archer (a police force in Athens) by Epiktetos, BC. They were known for their ferocity and strength as well as their riding and archery skills. Stories about them have found their way into many Greek myths. The Scythian archers that appear to be attending to the hoplites on the Attic vase paintings of the 6th century BC are not necessarily related to the Scythian "police force" of the 5th century BC.   The police force, the number of which is said to have swelled to 1, at some point, may have been involved in wartime conflicts as personality: Government agency. Scythian archers in ancient attic vase painting: their.