Krater


The game brings you far into the future of a post-apocalyptic Sweden.

Frequency asked questions and rumours

When was Krater released?

Krater was released on 12 Jun, 2012

Who was the developer that made Krater?

Fatshark were the developers that made Krater

What is a Greek krater?

krater, also spelled crater, ancient Greek vessel used for diluting wine with water. It usually stood on a tripod in the dining room, where wine was mixed. Kraters were made of metal or pottery and were often painted or elaborately ornamented.

Where is the krater?

However, the krater is generally believed to have been discovered in December 1971 by tombaroli digging illegally on private land in the Greppe Sant’Angelo area of the Etruscan cemetery of Cerveteri (Silver 2009: 287-90).6 Sept 2012

What is the terracotta column krater?

Terracotta column-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water) ca. 550 B.C. The symposium, conventionally interpreted as a drinking party, was a well-established feature of Greek—particularly Athenian— society. For over a century, representations on vases document that wine, women, and song were central ingredients.

Where were kraters used?

krater, also spelled crater, ancient Greek vessel used for diluting wine with water. It usually stood on a tripod in the dining room, where wine was mixed.

Where is the sarpedon Krater?

The Metropolitan Museum of Art returns a pot to Italy ancient Greek pot, commonly referred to as the Sarpedon Krater or Euphronios vase.

How big is a krater?

This isn’t your average vase—it’s three-and-a-half feet tall and twenty-eight inches in diameter—about as wide as an average bicycle wheel. The krater is made of terracotta—meaning “baked earth or clay”—and was created on a potter’s wheel.

Where is the death of Sarpedon?

Patroclus, dear companion of the hero Achilles, slew Sarpedon during the Trojan War, but with Zeus’ help, Sarpedon’s body was conveyed back to his homeland of Lycia after his death, where he was buried with honour.8 Sept 2020

What is an amphora used for?

An amphora, such as the one at left, is a two-handled storage jar that held oil, wine, milk, or grain. Amphora was also the term for a unit of measure. Amphoras were sometimes used as grave markers or as containers for funeral offerings or human remains. Painter of Berlin 1686, about 540 B.C.

Where was the Euphronios Krater excavated?

Greppe Sant’Angelo

Where was the sarpedon krater found?

Etruscan cemetery of Cerveteri

Who made the death of Sarpedon?

The vase is signed both by Euxitheos as potter and Euphronios as painter. While it was customary for the painter to sign the finished work, it was less common for the potter to add his own name. The presence of both signatures indicates that Euxitheos felt the vase to be one of his finest works.