Terracotta lekythos. Design in colour of clay covered with a white slip; remains of blue and pink colouring. In front is a relief of a Seilenos standing with knees bent, and holding a bunch of grapes in right hand; he wears a blue wreath and a short pink garment round his loins; his body and legs are covered all over with shaggy skin. On his left arm he carries the infant Dionysos with long hair, pink himation, and shoes; he holds a large cornucopia with fruit in left hand. Mould made.

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Thing

Made Of
terracotta
Type of Thing
lekythos
Subject
satyr, classical deity, classical mythology
Techniques
mould-made, slipped

Place

Found In
Eretria
In Gallery
G20/5
Made In
Attica

Time

Acquired In
1894
Made
350BC
Period/Culture
Attic

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