Makron's skyphos was found in the Brygos Tomb in Campania, Italy, suggesting that it must have been a treasured object buried with the deceased.
Beazley, "The Brygos Tomb at Capua," American Journal of Archaeology 49 (1945): 153-8; Dyfri Williams, "The Brygos Tomb Reassembled and 19th-Century Commerce in Capuan Antiquities," American Journal of Archaeology 96 (1992): 617-36; Mark D.
Topics include omens and messages in the Iliad and Odyssey, Aristophanes, Boreas and Oreithyia, a hymn to Zeus on a cup by the Brygos
painter, the Book of Revelation, and transmitting legal knowledge--to name just a few.
In Portugal, in the Manuel de Lancastre's collection, there is a red-figured pelike from the first quarter of the 5th century BC signed by the Brygos
Painter (= plates 2a, 2b); (29) presumably inspired by the aforementioned Sosias Painter's cup, it depicts Hermes and three more goddesses, who may well be the three Horae.
(51) This is in fact the most frequent way of representing trainers on late fifth-century vases, such as those of the Eretria Painter, Calliope Painter, and Disney Painter, all of whom especially favored athletic scenes, but it is also common in the work of earlier red-figure artists such as the Andocides Painter, Euthymides, Epictetus, the Kleophrades Painter, Onesimus, the Antiphon Painter, the Brygos
Painter, Douris, and even on at least one black-figure vase.