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Pottery: red-figured pelike.
(a) Libation to Apollo. On a hillside, represented by irregular purple lines, Apollo is seated, his left holding a long branch of laurel with two shoots, his right resting on his right knee, which is slightly raised; he is beardless, and has long wavy hair with heavy fringe around forehead, wreathed with laurel, and wears an himation. On left a Nymph, in chiton and himation, advances with a phiale in her right; she has her hair looped up with a sphendone, and wears earrings.
(b) Ephebos, draped, to left, resting right hand on staff.
Purple ground-line. Eye in profile. Below and above a, sets of two maeanders separated by dotted crosses. Below and above b, key pattern to right. Below each handle, a single palmette inverted.
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Height: 25.40 centimetres
- On display (G20a/dc38)
- Badly shattered, and surface injured by fire; nearly all of a is, however, preserved.
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- Greek and Roman
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