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Pottery: black-figured neck-amphora. Below the designs, honeysuckle-pattern inverted. Round the body, a frieze of warriors:
(a) A quadriga to right, the third horse white, into which a charioteer is stepping, bearded, with long white chiton and skin over it, goad in right hand, reins in both. In advance of him, at further side of horses, is an archer to right, looking to left, bearded, with Phrygian cap and short chiton, holding a spear; next
to him a warrior to left, with visored helmet bound with a fillet, greaves, and
shield. At the horses' heads is a warrior to left, with chlamys, greaves, two spears, and shield with device of an anchor; his head is hidden.
(b) A warrior to left, with helmet, greaves, two spears, and shield with three pellets; an archer to left, bearded, with Phrygian cap, short chiton and quiver; warrior to left, with visored helmet bound with a fillet, chlamys, greaves, and shield painted white, inscribed Μ in purple; archer to left, as the last, looking back at a warrior (as last, with device of a bent leg on his shield); behind him a third archer, as before, to left, looking back. Under the handle is a warrior seated on a block to left, his head not seen, with greaves, two spears, and shield inscribed Χ.
- Production date
- 500BC (circa)
Height: 26.67 centimetres
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Greek and Roman
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