Books about Oinochoe:

booksFigurines on Cypriote jugs holding an oinochoe (Studies in Mediterranean archaeology) by Frieda Vandenabeele (1998)

booksLibation Scene with Oinochoe in Votive Reliefs by Elpis Mitropoulou (1975)

booksAn oinochoe in Basle (Antike Kunst. [Offprint]) by J. D Beazley (1967)

booksDie Oinochoe des Typus VII: Produktion und Rezeption im Spannungsfeld zwischen Attika und Etrurien (German Edition... by Laura Puritani (Sep 4, 2009)

booksAn Apulian Oinochoe and the robbery of Herakles by Ian McPhee (1979)

booksA figured geometric oinochoe from Italy (Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies of the University of London... by J. N Coldstream (1968)

booksA "Pontic" Oinochoe in Seattle (Collection Latomus) by Darrell A Amyx (1962)


Wiki information Oinochoe:


An oenochoe, also spelled oinochoe is a wine jug and a key form of Greek pottery. There are many different forms of oenochoe. The earliest is the olpe and has an S-shaped profile from head to foot. Oenochoai may be decorated or undecorated. Oenochoai...

Mamarce Oinochoe

The Mamarce Oinochoe is an Etruscan vessel of art historical significance which is dated to around 640/20 BC. Today the oinochoe is kept in Martin von Wagner Museum in W├╝rzburg, where it has the inventory number H 5724.