Pottery: black-figured kylix with a horseman, birds and a winged figure, perhaps Victory. Designs in black on buff ground, with incised lines and purple accessories. Interior: A nude male figure on horseback to right with a floral ornament on his head. He has long hair, and holds a goad in right hand and reins in 1eft. Behind him is a winged female figure flying towards him, with long hair, short fringed chiton, and a wreath in either hand; the wings start from the breast. On the horse's neck is perched a water-bird, and in front is an eagle flying to 1eft; between the horse's legs are three water-fowl of varying size, and in the exergue is a pattern of lotus-flowers. Exterior: On either side of the handles are horizontal palmettes; below, pomegranates, tongue-pattern and rays.
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