- Museum number
Fragment reconstructed as part of painted pottery Fikellura neck-amphora, decorated on shoulder with ivy leaves on stalks; on each side of the body is a nude male figure in archaic running attitude; on each side of the handles is a palmette with volutes, below a band of crescents.
- Production date
Height: 20.50 centimetres (as made up)
- Curator's comments
- Incorporated with BM GR 1888,0208.56.k (previously re-registered 1924,1201.1095).
CVA British Museum 8
(Detail of A on Pl. GB 581, 9: Pl. GB 579, 3 is of B.)
Perhaps the neck BM GR 1924,1201.32 and .1087 (CVA GB pl. 576, 10) belongs to this pot.
Petrie 1888, pl. xxviii, 3-36. BMC B.120. Boehlau no. 14. BSA xxxiv, 16 (J 6), 17, 66, 74, 79; pl. 7a.
- Not on display
- Missing neck, handles, foot, various fragments.
- Acquisition date
- Greek and Roman
- Registration number
- Joined objects
Joined Object Group: G16557 (3 objects)