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Red-figure cup fragment. Int. stopt maeander; on right wool basket; at extreme upper right corner, touch of figure's arm? Side A: part of palmette/tendril complex below handle (left side) and single groundline; on far right of side A, edge of himation o

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Department of Ancient and Byzantine Art & Numismatics Dr. J. Robert Guy Oxford England (?-1994) sold; to Peter Sharrar New York (1994-1995) sold: to Harvard University Art Museums. Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum Purchase through the generosity of Jonathan H. Kagan Mr. and Mrs. Evangelos Karvounis Ian M. Watson McLaughlin Nicholas S. Zoullas and the Florence Gould Foundation and the Alpheus Hyatt Purchasing Director's Discretionary and Marian H. Phinney Funds
Title: Red-figure cup fragment. Int. stopt maeander; on right wool basket; at extreme upper right corner, touch of figure's arm? Side A: part of palmette/tendril complex below handle (left side) and single groundline; on far right of side A, edge of himation o
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