Exekias

Exekias (ĕksĕkˈēəs) [key], c.555–530 B.C., Greek potter and painter. He worked mainly in the black-figure style. Eleven vases and a series of fifteen plaques have been attributed to him, including an amphora depicting Achilles and Ajax in the midst of a game (Vatican).

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