Attic or Western Greek black-figured Cassel cup. Coarse style; purple accessories. On either side of the handles, palmettes. Below, a wreath of ivy. Exterior, round the rim, rough tongue-pattern: (a) Siren to right looking back, with wings outspread; on either side a bearded male figure wrapped in a himation. (b) The same.

An00523023 001 l

Thing

Made Of
pottery
Type of Thing
band cup
Subject
siren
Techniques
painted, incised
Ware
Black figure

Place

Made In
Attica, Sicily, Italy

Time

Acquired In
1772
Made
525BC-500BC
Period/Culture
Western Greek, Attic

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