Ergotimos (Έργότιμος) was a Greek potter, active in Athens, circa 570–560 BC. His son Eucharios was also a potter, as was a grandson whose name is not known. The following works signed by him are known:
- Berlin, Antikensammlung 3151: footless cup
- Berlin, Antikensammlung V. I. 4604: 'Gordion cup', from Gordion
- Delphi: Fragment of a skyphos or kantharos
- Florence, Museo Archeologico Etrusco 4209: volute krater, so-called 'François vase'
- London, British Museum and Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum: Fragments of two cups from Naukratis
- New York, Metropolitan Museum 31.11.4: Stand
Apart from the cup Berlin 3151, all are painted by the vase painter Klitias.
- John Beazley: Attic Black-Figure Vase-Painters, Oxford 1956, p. 76-80.
- Der neue Pauly IV, 1998, Col. 65 s.v. Ergotimos (Heide Mommsen)
- Künstlerlexikon der Antike I, München, Leipzig 2001, p. 214 s.v. Ergotimos (Bettina Kreuzer)
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