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Pottery: black-figured kylix in 'Siana' shape. Purple and white accessories.
Interior, in a medallion: A stag to left, with lofty antlers, rubbing its nose with right hind-hoof. Round the design, a band of guilloche-pattern (black on red ground with white accessories), between two borders of dots.
Exterior: (a) Symposion: Four bearded male figures reclining on couches to right; before each is a table with food and a stool below it. The first and third have purple himatia, and are turned towards the second and fourth, who have white himatia; all have long hair. Above are suspended five lekanides (?) and four kerata alternating, and on the left a lyre.
(b) Combat of warriors, in three pairs: all have long hair, helmets, greaves, shields, and spears; on the shield of the second from the left is a lion's head erased to left, on the fourth a ram's head, as the last, on the sixth a Satyr's head to left with long hair.
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Diameter: 24.10 centimetres
Height: 13.30 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- BM Cat. Vases
Musée Blacas, pls. v., νi. pp. 19, 22.
The style shows " Chalcidian " influence, and the spike beneath the foot, an imitation of metal-work, may also be seen on the kylikes of similar style, Vases Β379 and Β380.
- Not on display
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