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Pottery: red-figured bell-krater.
Designs red on black ground, with white accessories, faded. Above the designs, a myrtle-wreath; below each, maeander.
(a) Dionysos moving to right looking back, bearded, with long hair looped up under a radiated taenia, long chiton and himation, thyrsos in left hand; he holds out a cantharos in right hand to a Satyr who holds an oinochoe in right hand, and in left a blazing torch. They are preceded by a beardless Satyr moving to right, playing the double flute; he is bald on the forehead; both Satyrs wear wreaths.
(b) An ephebos to left, with fillet and himation, leaning on a staff, with mouth open as if conversing; on either side facing him is a female figure wrapped in a himation, the one on the left with arms extended, and a fillet wound three times round her head.
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Diameter: 30.45 centimetres
Height: 24.75 centimetres
- On display (G20a/dc26)
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- Greek and Roman
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