Pottery: red-figured chous.
Boy dancing with outstretched arms, left leg extended to front, towards a trefoil jug resting on ground on right. On left, half visible, an altar with an Ionic capital.
Graceful style. Eye in profile. Above and below, a strip of egg pattern; on each side, a thin red line, the whole forming a panel.
- Made in: Attica
- Excavated/Findspot: Athens
- Height: 12.05 centimetres
26 July 2000
Reason for treatment
Clean dust from surface (brick dust).
Small amount of brick dust. Stable.
The surface was cleaned using a museum vacuum followed by a Dust Bunny (magnetic wiping fabric), and a sable brush.
Greek & Roman Antiquities
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Object reference number: GAA7955
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