ANONYMOUS (Greece) #07 Black-Figure Lekythos: Lyre ca. 480 BC [A] - x +
CERAb480ak07

CN: CERAb480ak07

MT: glazed and fired clay (Ø:9x21)

TX: inscribed with fountain pen <7.>

DN: Dr. Alexander D. Kalovidouris - 1995

CM: The National Archaeological Committee describes the present work as follows: "7. Black-figure lekythos of the Early Classical period (480-450 BC). The shoulder is decorated with a stylized band of leaves. On the front side are three figures, of which the one on the right stands while turning its head towards the others, who are seatted. The figure in the middle sits on a stool and plays the harp. The figure on the left sits on a folding stool and turns her head to the other side of the scene, while protruding its left hand, which holds a round object in the form of a wreath. All details are executed by incision." The description is confirmed by Professor of Classical Archaeology Lila Marangou.

[Megakles Rogakos 09/2010]

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