Greece, Athens, 6th Century BC
Black-figure terracotta, Overall: 17.3 cm (6 13/16 in.). Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund 1926.241
The Greek potters' art at its finest is evident in the beautifully balanced and proportioned forms of this amphora. The execution of the decorative motifs is of high quality. Side A: Dionysus and satyrs; side B: warriors, a woman, and an old man.
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