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Pottery: black-figured kylix. Very rough style; no accessories; imperfectly fired. Under each handle, an ivy-leaf.
Interior, in a medallion: Nude beardless figure running to right and looking back, carrying a bundle (?) on his left arm.
Exterior: (a) Ajax and Achilles, or Palamedes and Protesilaos, seated facing over a table, playing at pessi, both fully armed, with chlamydes, their right hands extended over the table. On either side is a warrior to right looking back, with visored helmet and shield (the one on the left has a Boeotian shield). On the right is a female figure seated to right, in long chiton and himation. In the field, vine-branches, with bunches of grapes.
(b) Similar design: the female figure on the right is looking back. On the left is a similar figure seated to right, with a flower (?) in her left hand.
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Diameter: 19.05 centimetres
Height: 7.62 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- BM Cat. Vases
For Palamedes and Protesilaos cf. Vase Β193.
- Not on display
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- Greek and Roman
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