- Museum number
Pottery; Apulian red-figure pelike.
Side A: Three figures with two smaller winged figures above.
Side B: At the left a draped female figure moves to the right, one hand (?) or part of a sash behind her a little below waist level (head and upper body lost). At the right a nude male figure may be depicted seated on drapery. Only one leg from the foot to the knee, the back of his head and the drapery falling to the right are preserved. Above the two figures, a winged boy flies to the left, arms extended in front of him. The middle section of his body and most of his neck and face are lost. A 'window' is partially preserved to the left of the flying figure.
- Production date
- 340BC-325BC (circa)
Diameter: 25 centimetres (belly)
Diameter: 15.50 centimetres (foot)
Diameter: 8 centimetres (neck)
Diameter: 19 centimetres (of mouth)
Height: 46 centimetres
- On display (G20a/dc30)
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Fragments of Sir William Hamilton's second collection of vases, recovered from HMS Colossus between 1975 and 1978.
- Greek and Roman
- Registration number
- Additional IDs
Miscellaneous number: Colossus no. 55