Lower body fragment of Attic black-figured pottery column-krater; inside glazed black, very pitted. Outside, komos: preserved in part are four dancers, two females and two males; from left, snatch of male body, legs and buttocks of a female, the legs, a bit of the torso, and the left hand of the second male, and last, the leading foot and ankle of the rightmost woman. The white for the flesh of the women (now disappeared) was laid directly on the clay, the contours of their forms painted in thinned glaze. Below, black with two red band.
- Production date
Height: 12 centimetres
Thickness: 0.80 centimetres
Width: 11.90 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- The sherd belongs to the same vase as Oxford AN1896-1908-G.131.31 which Beazley (ABV, p. 36, no. 2) connected with the Komast Group.
- Not on display
- Acquisition notes
- donated by Egypt Exploration Fund (?) in 1905
- Additional IDs
Miscellaneous number: 9317 (Accession Number)