cup type a
- Museum number
Rim and body sherd (mended from two fragments) of Attic black-figured pottery type A cup with handle join on lower left; interior: reserved band just below rim, glazed below; part of reserved tondo with dilute band inside perimeter; exterior: top of rim black above dilute band; below, black-figure decoration: under handle area a dolphin to right; dancing satyr, to left, body frontal, between maeands facing him but with heads turned back; legs of further figure at break on right; red for satyr's hair, beard and tail; white for maeands' faces and dots on chitons; grape vines in field. Three dilute lines below frieze above a broad band, reserved band and glazed lower wall.
- Production date
- 500BC-480BC (circa)
Diameter: 20 centimetres (rim)
Height: 8.20 centimetres (about)
Thickness: 0.50 centimetres
Width: 10.70 centimetres (about)
- Curator's comments
- The sherd belongs to the same vase as British Museum 1888,0601.590.
For parallels, see Oxford 237 in ABV, 643, no. 150.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Greek and Roman
- Registration number
- Joined objects
Associated Group: G16600 (2 objects)