Pottery: White-ground lekythos.
Girl dancing with castanets. A girl in a long chiton with diplois and hair knotted behind dances to right, looking back and extending on either side a pair of castanets. On the right is a chair to left, on the arm of which is a mantle rolled up in a bundle.
Drawing of a fairly good period. Outline in glazed light brown; hair dappled brown. Above, a band of key pattern on white; on the shoulder, two bands of rays, black on red.
- 460BC-440BC (circa)
- Made in: Attica
- Excavated/Findspot: Athens
- Height: 18.4 centimetres
Greek & Roman Antiquities
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