T. B. L. Webster, Monuments Illustrating Old and Middle Comedy, 3rd ed. rev. by J. R. Green, London, 1978, p. 124, AT111i.
Cf. M. Bieber, The History of the Greek and Roman Theater, Princeton, 1971, p. 40, fig. 148 for similar example in the British Museum, depicting a slave taking refuge on an altar to evade punishment. His hand is held to his ear indicating that he may have been boxed. This character might illustrate a scene in Plautus' 'Mostellaria' (The Haunted House) in which the mischevious slave, Tranio, takes refuge on an altar to escape the wrath of his master. Also see, J. Green and E. Handley, Images of the Greek Theatre, The British Museum, London, 1995, p. 66, pl. 41 for similar.