7 December 2000
A CORINTHIAN BLACK-FIGURED OLPE
Circa Early 6th Century B.C.
The body with three registers of animals all moving to the right, the lower with six stags in a row, each with its head lowered, and one panther, its head turned frontal, the middle with three stags in a row, and two panthers with their heads turned frontal on either side of another stag, and the upper with four panthers with their heads turned frontal; with rays above the foot, a band of white dots on the molded ring at the join of the neck to the body, and a dotted rosette on the neck, on the upper surface of the rim in front of the handle, and on the rotellae
9¼ in. (23.49 cm) high
Dr. Elie Borowski
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