Aristonothos

Aristonothos Krater, Blinding of Polyphemus.

Aristonothos (fl. 7th c. BC) was a Greek Potter probably from Euboea. He is the earliest known potter. He is known from a signature on the so-called Aritsonothos Krater found in Caere Italy.

On the one side the blinding of the Polyphemus is shown, a sea battle with hoplites is painted on the other side.

References

  • Andreas Rumpf: Aristonothos. In: Der kleine Pauly, Bd. 1 (1964), Sp. 574.


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