Pottery: red-figured calyx-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water) showing four draped youths. On the other side is a scene of Odysseus and his companions preparing to blind the Cyclops. Two satyrs appear on the right, suggesting that the scene was inspired by Euripides' satyr play Cyclops.
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