For another neck-amphora by the Libation Painter with the same subject, see no. 304e, pl. XXIII, 1-2 in Trendall, The Red-figured Vases of Lucania, Campania and Sicily, Third Supplement. According to Trendall (op. cit., p. 199), the scene "may represent Orestes and Electra, since the woman seated at the tomb holds a hydria, as is the usual practice in such scenes, but Pylades is not present and it may be no more than a generic representation of the kind which appears frequently on the vases of this group."