- Museum number
Pottery: black-figured neck-amphora with lid.
Side A: Athena armed with aegis, striking down the giant Enkelados who has fallen on one knee; he is fully armed, with fish as device on shield. On the right is Hermes watching; in the background, a tree.
Side B: Musical competition: a lyre-player in long white chiton plays on his lyre while in the act of mounting the platform, which is painted white with black cornice and plinth. Before him is the judge wrapped in a cloak; on either side a similar figure, who may be either assessors or merely listeners.
- Production date
Height: 40.80 centimetres (vase)
Width: 26.50 centimetres (vase)
Depth: 26.50 centimetres (vase)
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
1995, Lausanne, Olympic Museum, Olympism in Antiquity
2007 31 Mar-30 Jun, Gosport, Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors & Heroes
2007-2008 3 Nov-24 Feb, Leicester, Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors & Heroes
2008 29 Mar-1 Jun, Luton, Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors & Heroes
2008 20 Jun-5 Oct, Lincoln, Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors & Heroes
2008-2009 25 Oct-24 Jan, South Shields, Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors & Heroes
2009 7 Feb-4 May, Glasgow, Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors & Heroes
2017 13 Jul-15 Oct, Madrid, Caixa Forum, Ancient Greeks
2017-2018 23 Nov-18 Feb, Barcelona, Caixa Forum, Ancient Greeks
2018 20 Mar-24 Jun, Sevilla, Caixa Forum, Ancient Greeks
2018 24 Jul-4 Nov, Zaragoza, Caixa Forum, Ancient Greeks
2018-2019 18 Dec-31 Mar, Palma, Caixa Forum, Ancient Greeks
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Lot 170 at Sotheby's sale; brought from Italy circa 1830.
- Greek and Roman
- Registration number
- Joined objects
Associated Group: G16134 (2 objects)