About: Karen Trentelman and Marc Walton

Karen Trentelman I'm senior scientist at the Getty Conservation Institute (GCI) and the principal investigator and project director of the Athenian Pottery Project. Marc Walton I'm a scientist at the Getty Conservation Institute, and co-principal investigator and scientific director of the Athenian Pottery Project. See all the team members and partners here »

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Posted in Antiquities, Behind the Scenes, Conservation, Getty Conservation Institute, J. Paul Getty Museum, Scholarship, Voices

Getty Voices: Attic Pots and Atomic Particles

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How did the ancient Greeks make their characteristic red-and-black pottery? Modern science may finally yield the answer. More»

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      A Vibrant Terracotta

      Made between 575 and 550 B.C., this beautiful attic black-figure amphora (a storage vessel) was attributed to the Pointed Nose Painter. Here’s a closeup of the pointy noses on this vessel. 

      Kinda cute.

      02/06/16

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