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Photo Credits

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Cat. 42 Baby on Stool with Mother, Attic red-figure and white-ground stemless kylix, attributed to the Sotades Painter Workshop, about 460 B.C.E. Musées royaux d'art et d'histoire, Brussels, A 890
Cat. 32 Baby Feeder in the Form of a Pig, Sicilian, Randazzo Group: Ivy Series, about 450 B.C.E. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of Leo Mildenberg, 1975.91
Cat. 12 Herakles Strangling the Snakes, bronze protome statuette, Hellenistic, third century B.C.E. Brooklyn Museum of Art, Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund, 63.185

 

Exhibition, Overview:

Cat. 70 Horse on Wheels, Attic terracotta with slip decoration, Middle Geometric II, about 800-750 B.C.E. Leo Mildenberg Collection, Zurich

 

Exhibition, Catalog Information:

Cover of the exhibition catalog: Cat. 124. Gravestone of the Girl Melisto (detail), Attic marble grave stele, about 430 B.C.E. Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Harvard University Art Museums, Cambridge, Alpheus Hyatt Purchasing and Gifts for Special Uses Funds in Memory of Katherine Brewster Taylor, as a tribute to her many years at the Fogg Museum, 1961.86

 

Exhibition, Venues:

Cat. 72. Doll Holding Rattles, Attic molded terracotta, mid-fourth century B.C.E., Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Bowdoin, Maine, Gift of Edward Warren Perry, Esq., Honorary Degree, 1926, 1913.028

 

Exhibition, Related Events:

Cat. 2 Girl with a Melon Coiffure, Hellenistic marble, probably Pentelic, about 300 B.C.E. The J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, Gift of Barbara and Lawrence Fleischman, 96.AA. 106

 

Symposium, Overview:

Cat. 29 Household Family Scene, Attic red-figure hydria, attributed to the Circle of Polygnotos, about 440-430 B.C.E. Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Harvard University Art Museums, Cambridge, Bequest of David Moore Robinson, 1960.342

 

Symposium, Program:

Cat. 6 Birth of Erichthonios, Attic red-figure calyx-krater, attributed to the Nikias Painter, about 410 B.C.E. Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, The Arthur and Margaret Glasgow Fund, 81.70

 

Symposium, Accomodations:

Cat. 81 Girl Juggling, Attic white-ground type A pyxis, attributed to the Painter of London D 12, about 460 B.C.E. Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio, Purchase with funds from the Libbey Endowment, Gift of Edward Drummond Libbey, 63.29

 

Symposium, Restaurants:

Cat. 34 Seated Old Man Offering Grapes to a Girl, Tanagra terracotta figurine, Boiotian, first quarter of the fifth century B.C.E. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Catharine Page Perkins Fund, 97.350

 

Symposium, Directions:

Cat. 13 Danae and Baby Perseus, Attic red-figure lekythos, attributed to the Providence Painter, about 470 B.C.E. Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio, Purchased with funds from the Libbey Endowment, Gift of Edward Drummond Libbey, 1969, 69.369

 

Childhood:

Cat. 17 Medea Escaping in Her Chariot, Lucanian red-figure calyx-krater, attributed to near the Policoro Painter, about 400 B.C.E. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Leonard C. Hanna, Jr., Fund, 1991.1

 

Childhood, Child Development:

Cat. 23 Kourotrophos (Mother and Child), terracotta statuette, Geometric/Proto-Archaic, about 700 B.C.E. George Ortiz Collection

 

Childhood, Family Relationships:

Cat. 111 Grave Memorial with Family Scene, Attic marble lekythos, Later Classical, about 400-375 B.C.E. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of J. H. Wade, 1925.1342

 

Childhood, Play/Games:

Cat. 78 Top, Boiotian terracotta, about fourth century B.C.E. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Henry Lillie Pierce Fund, 99.536

 

Childhood, Education:

Cat. 44 Boy with Seated Paidagogos, Tanagra figurine, about 375-350 B.C.E. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Richard A. van Avery Gift Fund, 1923, 23.259

 

Childhood, Discipline:

Cat. 28 Old Nurse with Boy and Girl, South Italian terracotta figurine, first quarter of the third century, B.C.E. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Herrmann, Jr.

 

Childhood, Work:

Cat. 63 Young Slave Girl with Mistress, Attic red-figure skyphos, about 470-460 B.C.E. The J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, 86.AE.265

 

Childhood, Ritual:

Cat. 104 Boy with Lyre at Altar, Attic red-figure stemless cup, about 450 B.C.E. Private Collection of Joan Tarlow Haldenstein, Pennington, New Jersey

 

Childhood, Burial Practices:

Cat. 116 Mother and Maid at Child’s Tomb, Attic white-ground lekythos, attributed to the Thanatos Painter, about 440 B.C.E. Michael C. Carlos Museum, Emory University, Atlanta, Carlos Collection of Ancient Greek Art, 1999.11.1

 

Childhood, Miscellaneous Quotes:

Cat. 37 Woman Carrying Child on Her Shoulders, Boiotian terracotta figurine, Late Archaic, about 500-475 B.C.E. The J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, Gift of Barbara and Lawrence Fleischman, 96.AD.102

 

Resources, Related Links:

Cat. 83 Girls Playing Ephedrismos, Hellenistic terracotta figurine, about 300 B.C.E. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rogers Fund, 1907, 07.286.4

 

Resources, High School and College:

Cat. 93 Youth with His Cat, Attic red-figure lekythos, attributed to the Eucharides Painter, about 490 B.C.E. Private Collection

 

Resources, High School and College, Education:

Cat. 48 Youth Writing, Attic red-figure kylix, attributed to the Eucharides Painter, about 480 B.C.E. Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia

 

Resources, High School and College, Memorials:

Cat. 126 Gravestone of the Girl Apollonia, Attic marble grave stele (with polychrome), about 100 B.C.E. The J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, 74.AA.13

 

Resources, High School and College, Games:

Cat. 86 Boys Playing Knucklebones, Attic red-figure chous, attributed to the Group of Boston 10.190, about 420 B.C.E. The J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, 96.AE.28

 

Resources, Photo Credits:

Cat. 7 The Birth of Helen, Apulian red-figure pelike, attributed to the Painter of Athens 1680, about 360-350 B.C.E. Antikensammlung-Kunsthalle, Kiel, inv. no. B501