Pottery: red-figured pelike (jar). Designs red on black ground, with white accessories. Above each design, laurel-wreath; below each, maeander and crosses. (a) Female figure seated on a rock to right, with hair gathered in an opisthosphendone radiated in front, earrings, necklace, bracelets, long girt chiton with a stripe down the side, and sandals, in left hand a mirror. Confronting her is a youth leaning forward with right foot raised on a rock; he wears a fillet, and himation in which left hand is muffled, and holds a wreath in right hand. Between them is a tendril; above, an embroidered taenia in festoon. (b) Two ephebi confronted, with himatia and sandals; the one on the right has a staff; above, halteres.

An00600714 001 l

Thing

Made Of
pottery
Type of Thing
pelike
Techniques
painted
Ware
Red figure

Place

In Gallery
G73/13
Made In
Puglia

Time

Acquired In
1824
Made
380BC-360BC
Period/Culture
Apulian (Greek)

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