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Pottery: red-figured amphora.
Designs red on black ground; imperfectly fired.
(a) Nude female figure to right, dancing, with crotala in both hands; before her is a female figure, with opisthosphendone, long chiton, himation, and shoes with turned-up toes, playing the double flute.
(b) Ephebos to right, with himation over left shoulder, and staff in right hand with cross-piece at the top; facing him is a female figure with close cap, long chiton, and sandals with turned-up toes, wrapped in a bordered himation.
- Made in: Campania (probably)
- Height: 30.1 centimetres
BM Cat. Vases
For the scene of side a, cf. BM Vases Ε38 and Ε61.
Greek & Roman Antiquities
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Object reference number: GAA199
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