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Pottery: red-figured column-krater.
(a) Four ephebi wreathed with vine going to a symposion. They move in single file to right; the first holds on his left a cotyle, in his right a staff; the second looks back, extending his left covered with his mantle, and brandishing in his right a staff; the third leans back, playing on the flutes; the fourth walks with a staff in his left hand; the first and fourth have a mantle on the left arm; the flute-player has a mantle hanging at his back over both arms.
(b) Three draped epbebi, two to right, staff in hand, facing one to left who leans forward against his staff. The one on left wears a fillet with vertical piece over the forehead.
Late stage of severe style. Purple wreaths. Brown inner markings and hair on cheek. Edge of hair dotted. Eye archaic. On the vertical surface of the lip is a frieze of animals, a lion and boar confronted, twice repeated over each design.
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Diameter: 36.83 centimetres
Height: 43.18 centimetres
- On display (G20a/dc5)
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- Greek and Roman
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