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Pottery: red-figured bell-krater.
Designs red on black ground; coarse, and much worn. Above the designs, laurel-wreath; below, maeander; under each handle, a palmette.
(a) Symposion: On the left are two youths reclining on a couch, turned to the front and looking to right, with drapery over lower limbs, and left arms resting on pillows; the one on the left has right hand raised, the other, right hand extended. On the right are two similar youths reclining to left; before each couch is a table, and above are three bunches of grapes. Between the couches is a female figure to right, with hair gathered in an opisthosphendone, and loose embroidered chiton, hands extended.
(b) In the centre is an ephebos to right wrapped in a himation; on either side, turned towards him, is an ephebos with himation over left shoulder, holding a ball in right hand; before the one on the right is a phiale (?).
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Diameter: 39.37 centimetres
Height: 41.91 centimetres
- On display (G20a/dc6)
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- Greek and Roman
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