Clazomenian black-figure pottery amphora made up from fragments. Neck, A, cock; B, ?. Body, A and B, tongues (dark, white, dark, dark): A, youth riding horse, dog below, naked attendant carrying spear (the spear has a butt-piece); B, youth riding horse, dog below, bird behind: dividing band of white dots with dark centres: animals. Purple on comb, wattle, neck of cock; fillet of attendant; tongue, parts of bridle, neck and chest, saddle-cloth of horse on A; on tongue, bridle, mane, saddle-cloth of horse on B; on necking ring; and used on stripe inside lip. The use of white is clear in the illustrations, except that there was a white edge to the saddlecloth of A as well. Details of white incised for dog of B. There is a ridge at the bottom of the lip.
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