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Pottery: black-figured amphora: Designs black on red panels, having borders of lotus-buds along the top, and ivy down the sides; slight accessories of white, but no purple.
(a) Dionysiac group: In the centre is Dionysos moving to right and looking back; he has long beard and long ivy-crowned hair, and wears a long chiton and himation; in his right hand are vine-branches, in his left a kantharos; by his side is a goat walking to right. On the right is a Satyr to left, bearded, with long hair, holding an askos over left shoulder and a keras in right hand. On the left is a similar Satyr to right, playing with the plectrum on a chelys, from which hangs drapery.
(b) Departure of warrior: In the centre is a male figure standing to right at the further side of his horse, bearded, with petasos, chlamys, shield with a Satyric mask in high relief, and two spears in left hand, holding his horse by the bridle with right hand. Confronting him is a female figure, in a long chiton and himation caressing the horse with left hand; at her side is a dog with a deer's foot in his mouth. Behind the warrior is an old man to right, with white hair and beard, long chiton and himation, in right hand a sceptre.
On the foot, incised characters.
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Height: 41.25 centimetres
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- BM Cat. Vases
For incised characters, see Old Catalogue. pl. B574.
- Not on display
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- Greek and Roman
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