Where were the Greek vases made?
Greek vases were made not only in Greece but also in Aegean islands, west coast of Asia minor, south Italy and Sicily. Most prolific place was Athens, where many fine vases were produced. These were exported to places all round the Mediterranean and the Black Sea.
Greek vases were also produced at many other places; Corinth, placed on a important position for transportation; Laconia, a region whose capital was Sparta; Boeotia, north-west from Attic; Aegean island such as Chios, Thasos, Naxos, Rhodes and Crete; Asia minor such as Miletos and Clazomenai; Apulia, Lucania, Campania and Paestum in South Italy and Sicily.