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Ancient Etruscan and Greek Vases in the Elvehjem Museum of Art
Jeffrey M. Hurwitt with Patricia C. Powell

From a Mycenaean cup of the 14th century B.C., through Villanovan urns, Etruscan bucchero, Corinthian, black-figure, red-figure, Campanian, Apulian, and Sicilian of the 3rd through 1st century B.C., here is a description and illustration of approximately sixty-five ancient Greek vases in the Elvehjem collection along with essays about the history of vase production and the use of the vase.

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January 2000
88 pp.    9 x 10 
8 color plates, 86 b/w photos

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ISBN 978-0-932900-47-0
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