Campanian pottery bail-amphora. Designs red on black ground, with yellow accessories; much worn. On the neck, tongue-pattern; on the shoulder, wave-pattern; between the designs, tendrils. (a) Youthful warrior to left, with wreath, cross-belt ('Samnite belt') and broad yellow girdle, and short chiton, in right hand a spear, on left arm a shield painted yellow; in the field, a phiale. (b) Ephebos to left, wrapped in a himation, with wreath tied in front, and sandals.
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