Classical Antiquity 22 (1):37-54 (2003)

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With the notable exceptions of Jan Bazˇant and Paul Harvey, most scholars subscribe to the idea that the representational scenes on Greek vases fall into one of two main categories: either myth or "genre," whose frame of reference is everyday life. This article challenges this distinction and makes a plea for its abandonment
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DOI 10.1525/ca.2003.22.1.37
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