CM: The National Archaeological Committee describes the present work as follows: "2. Black-figure lekythos of the Early Classical period (480-450 BC). The base of the neck is defined by a series of thick dots, over which there are vertical tongues of larger dimensions that radinalty occupy the surface of the shoulder. The front side, between two vertically placed irregular spots (alluding to rocks) reclines a bearded figure in the form of a banqueter." The description is confirmed by Professor of Classical Archaeology Lila Marangou.