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 Bearded man in a dance pose and female aulos-player on an Attic red-figure amphora vase.

470 B.C. approx.
The dancer holds a crook in his right hand and a parasol in his left hand. He could be an elegant visitor to Athens from Eastern Greece.




The Emporion Painter.
Two Pyrrhiche armed dancers and aulos-player. Attic black-figure Alabastron vase.
470 B.C. approx.



Dance of the Deliades.
460 B.C. approx.
Designed after a red-figure wedding vase from Rinia.





Pan Painter.
Two women dancers holding krotala.
465 B.C. approx.
Attic red-figured Philtre, purchased 1814. Provenance unknown.




The Plate Painter.
The little girl dancer.
460 B.C. approx.
Attic plate.


Dancers around a mask.
450 B.C. approx.


Boston Phiale painter (assigned to).
Dance lesson of two young girls in short tunics.
450 B.C. approx.
Attic red-figured hydria.









 Curti Painter.
Dionysos with maenad and satyr.
450 B.C. approx.
Red-figure bell krater.

























Ecstatic dance scenes.
450 B.C. approx.
Krate vase.









Ritual dance of the Camirion, Thebes, by men wearing animal skins.
450 B.C. approx.
Detail from a canthar, black figures on white background.




Banquet scene; woman dancing with krotala.
450 B.C. approx.