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Pottery: red-figured pelike.
(a) Maenad with thyrsos in left, holding out an askos in her right, moving to left, looking back; she wears sleeved chiton, himation, and a fillet; her long hair flies loose, ending in five wavy tresses.
(b) Bearded satyr, ithyphallic, stepping to left, holding out in his right a keras, at which he looks; in his left is a thyrsos reversed; his hair is looped up and confined with a fillet which has a rosette over the forehead; his beard has an edging of wavy tresses.
On bottom of foot, an incised character.
Large style. Purple fillets; brown inner markings. Eye in profile. No patterns, but below the designs, a continuous purple line.
- Production date
- 480BC (circa)
Height: 30.48 centimetres
- On display (G20a/dc37)
- Surface much blistered with fire, and repainted.
- Acquisition date
- Greek and Roman
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