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Athenian Red-figure Volute Krater

TITLE: Athenian Red-figure Volute Krater
ARTIST: Attributed to the Methyse Painter, Greek (Attica)
DATE: 460-450 B.C.
MEDIUM: Slip-glazed earthenware
DIMENSIONS: 23 1/2 x 13 3/4 in. (59.69 x 34.93 cm)
CREATION PLACE: Attica, Greece, Europe
CREDIT LINE: The Centennial Fund: Gift of funds from Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Dayton
ACCESSION NUMBER: 83.80
DEACCESSION DATE:  3/27/2011
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REASON: Repatriated
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