Dr Thomas Mannack

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Academic Background

I studied Classical Archaeology, Ancient History, and Pre-History at Heidelberg, Oxford, and Kiel, where I submitted my doctoral thesis on Beazley’s Later and Latest Mannerists. I have been working at the Beazley Archive, Oxford, since 1986, where I am in charge of the Archive’s database of Greek figure-decorated pottery, and have taught Greek and Roman Art for 25 years. I am Titular Reader in Classical Iconography since 2006, Lecturer in Classical Archaeology since 2007 and director of the British Academy’s Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum Project.


Selected Publication:

'Athenian Figure-Decorated Pottery in Southern Italy And Sicily', in Red-Figure Pottery in Its Ancient Setting, S. Schierup and B. Bundgaard Rasmussen (eds.), (Copenhagen 2012).
Griechische Vasenmalerei: Eine Einführung 2nd edition, (Darmstadt and Mainz 2012).
Göttliche Liebesverfolgungen in Unteritalien, in Vasenbilder im Kulturtransfer: Zirkulation und Rezeption griechischer Keramik im Mittelmeerraum, Schmidt S, Stahli A (eds.), (Beck 2012).
'Eos und Kephalos auf einer apulischen Loutrophoros in Kiel', in Werkhefte der Antikensammlung Kiel, (2011).
Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum: Great Britain Fascicule 24, Oxford Ashmolean Museum, Fascicule 4, Co-author: Hector Catling, (Oxford University Press 2010).
Greek Vases in the Frits Lugt Collection, Co-author: C. Wagner, (Fondation Custodia 2010).
'The Ancient World in Miniature: German Flat Tin Figures of the 19th and 20th Centuries', in Imagines, La Antigüedad en les Artes Escénias y Visuales, P. Castillo et al. (eds.), (La Rioja 2008).
Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum Winchester, Co-author: J. Falconer, (Oxford 2001).
The Late Mannerists in Athenian Vase Painting, (Oxford University Press 2001).