- Museum number
Apulian red figured pottery pelike.
Designs red on black ground, with faded accessories of white and yellow. On the neck, (a) rosettes and dots, (b) laurel-wreath. Under the handles, palmettes; below, all round, maeander.
(a) Female figure to left, with hair in a bunch under an embroidered open cap, earrings, necklace, bracelets, long girt chiton, and shoes, in right hand a mirror, in left a pyxis on which is a cross patee. Before her is a youth seated, with drapery under him, holding out a phiale in right hand, in left a large branch. Between them is an embroidered taenia; above, on the extreme right, a window; behind the female figure, a white taenia.
(b) Two ephebi confronted, with sandals, wrapped in himatia; the one on the left has his himation over left shoulder, and holds a staff. Above, halteres.
- Production date
Height: 33.75 centimetres
- On display (G1/wp62/sh9)
- Acquisition date
- Greek and Roman
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