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Pottery: red-figured bell krater.
Designs red on black ground, with accessories of white and yellow. Above the designs, laurel-wreath; below, maeander and patterns of crosses; under the handles, palmettes.
(a) Maenad dancing to left, looking back, with hair gathered in a radiated opisthosphendone, earrings, necklace, bracelets, long girt chiton and apoptygma, and shoes; in right hand a tympanon, in left a thyrsos, at the top of which is a pine-cone. Following her is a youthful Satyr, wearing a white fillet with trefoils attached, the ends hanging down; he holds a wreath in right hand and a white situla in left. Between them is a myrtle-plant; above, a tympanon hanging by a string; behind the Satyr, a phiale.
(b) Ephebos to right, with himation, sandals, and staff, confronted by another wearing himation and sandals, holding out a wreath; between them is a tendril, and in the field a ring.
- Production date
- 360BC-350BC (circa)
Height: 35.50 centimetres
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Greek and Roman
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