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Pottery: fragment of Attic red-figure cup. Exterior: right leg of naked (?) figure to the right; trace of handle root above, to the left of the leg.
Relief line contour throughout; dilute glaze for minor interior markings.
- Made in: Attica
- Found/Acquired: Orvieto
- (Europe,Italy,Umbria,Terni (province),Orvieto)
- Diameter: 7.1 centimetres (max.)
Removed from BM Cat Vases E63. Cannot belong to E63, as Beazley saw.
Probably from an athlete rather than a komast, since there is no trace of drapery. If it were from an athletic scene, one might compare the Copenhagen cup (ARV 467,131).
Greek & Roman Antiquities
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Object reference number: GAA84547
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