Pottery: black-figured neck-amphora, with Dionysos and two satyrs, and on the other side, a four-horse chariot. Dionysos holds a drinking-horn in one hand and a vine branch in the other. Attributed to the painter Psiax, and signed on the rim by Andokides as potter.

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Thing

Exhibition
Highlights/COMPASS
Made Of
pottery
Type of Thing
neck-amphora
Subject
classical deity, charioteer/chariot, satyr
Techniques
painted, incised
Ware
Black figure

People

Acquired From
Christie's to The British Museum
Depicted
Dionysos/Bacchus
Likely / Unlikely (?)
Attributed to Psiax
Maker
Andokides

Place

Found In
Vulci
In Gallery
G14/1
Made In
Attica

Time

Acquired In
1980
Made
530BC-500BC
Period/Culture
Attic

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