9780199582594

The Pronomos Vase and its Context

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  • ISBN13:

    9780199582594

  • ISBN10:

    0199582599

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2010-10-21
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Summary

The Pronomos Vase is the single most important piece of pictorial evidence for ancient theatre to have survived from ancient Greece. It depicts an entire theatrical chorus and cast along with the celebrated musician Pronomos, in the presence of their patr

Table of Contents


1. Introduction (Oliver Taplin & Rosie Wyles)
2. A Description (Thomas Mannack)
3. The Contexts of the Production and Distribution of Athenian Painted Pottery in c.400 (Lucilla Burn)
4. From Flat Page to the Volume of the Pot (Francois Lissarrague)
5. Satyr-Play and Tragedy, Faec to Face (Mark Griffith)
6. Aetiological Performance and Consecration in the Sanctuary of Dionysos (Claude Calame)
7. The Context of Choregic Dedications (Eric Csapo)
8. The Transformation of Athenian Theatre Culture around 400 BC (Klaus Junker)
9. Who's Who on the Pronomos Vase? (Robin Osborne)
10. Tragic Theatre: Demetrios' Rolls and Dionysos' Other Woman (Edith Hall)
11. The Man and the Music (and the Choregos?) (Peter Wilson)
12. Dance in Satyr Play (Bernd Seidensticker)
13. The Tragic Costumes (Rosie Wyles)
14. A Curtain Call? (Oliver Taplin)
1. Introduction, Oliver Taplin & Rosie Wyles
2. A Description, Thomas Mannack
3. The Contexts of the Production and Distribution of Athenian Painted Pottery in c.400, Lucilla Burn
4. From Flat Page to the Volume of the Pot, Francois Lissarrague
5. Satyr-Play and Tragedy, Faec to Face, Mark Griffith
6. Aetiological Performance and Consecration in the Sanctuary of Dionysos, Claude Calame
7. The Context of Choregic Dedications, Eric Csapo
8. The Transformation of Athenian Theatre Culture around 400 BC, Klaus Junker
9. Who's Who on the Pronomos Vase?, Robin Osborne
10. Tragic Theatre: Demetrios' Rolls and Dionysos' Other Woman, Edith Hall
11. The Man and the Music (and the Choregos?), Peter Wilson
12. Dance in Satyr Play, Bernd Seidensticker
13. The Tragic Costumes, Rosie Wyles
14. A Curtain Call?, Oliver Taplin

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