Burnished black Bucchero ware chalice, Type 2e, with a flaring foot, high narrow stem and a straight sided bowl with the sides sloping outwards; marked on the exterior with a frieze of figures in low relief impressed from a cylinder and forming two groups, the first group is repeated five times and the second six times: a) Zeus (Tinia) seated on a chair to the right with a spear in his right hand and phiale in his left, before him is Apollo (Aplu)? holding up a bow and followed by a draped woman, 2) Female figure seated on a folding stool to the right, behind her are two nude men holding spears, before her a draped woman with long hair and hands extended who is follwed by a nude man with a spear in his right hand, who leads up a draped woman by her wrist, above the frieze three grooves and below a band of notched moulding; broken and reconstructed, foot restored, worn and chipped in places.

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Thing

Made Of
pottery
Type of Thing
chalice
Subject
classical deity
Techniques
impressed, burnished
Ware
Etruscan Bucchero Ware

Place

Made In
Chiusi

Time

Acquired In
1814
Made
600BC-550BC
Period/Culture
Etruscan

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