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Pottery: red-figured neck-amphora.
(a) Nike and a woman. On the left Nike, in long sleeved chiton, himation, and saccos, walks to right, holding up in her right hand a fluted phiale. She is preceded by a female figure in a long chiton, closely draped in a mantle which passes over the back of the head, who looks back and holds in the left hand an alabastron. A fillet is wound twice round the hair, which seems to be long, though it is hidden at the back.
(b) A youth walking to right, looking back, followed by another who holds up on his right hand a cotyle; each wears a mantle and fillet.
Later stage of strong style, becoming careless. Purple fillets in b. Eye in profile. Below each design, a strip of maeander; above, tongue; on each side, net pattern, the whole forming a panel.
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Height: 40 centimetres
- On display (G20a/dc7)
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- Greek and Roman
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