3 June 2009
Property from the Collection of Professor and Mrs. Clifford Ambrose Truesdell
AN ITALO-CORINTHIAN BLACK-FIGURED PHIALE
CIRCA EARLY 6TH CENTURY B.C.
The interior with a frieze of water fowl facing right, rosettes in the field, a solid band above, dots along the rim; concentric circles on the omphalos; details in added red; with two pairs of drill holes from an ancient repair
5 in. (13 cm.) in diameter
with Charles Ede, London, 1996 (Antiquities, Catalogue 162, no. 2).
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