For another Apulian boar shaped askos, unglazed but for the handle, cf. Rhode Island School of Design Museum inv. no. 1996.98. This type of vase was also very popular in Southern Etruria. For an example found at Bomarzo now in the Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, inv. no. 14402, cf. F. Buranelli, The Etruscans, Memphis, 1992, p. 167, no. 149.