What's up with Greek black figure pottery?
I was told in High School that Greek Black figure pottery
did not indicate skin color, but rather, was just a "Style" and a
function of the materials used in the manufacturing process.
But when it is pointed out that there are white painted figures on the pottery, some respond that the convention of those
times was to paint females white.
look at the above female close
What happened to the palm of this female left hand?
What happened to this female right hand and chin?
Lazy work by these fraud makers.
Hey look kids, this girl in the far left corner has a beard!
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