Alluded to in A Whitsuntide Ramble to Capesthorne Park,, Macclesfield, 1850, p. 53.
Guide to Capesthorne Hall, Including a Description of the Special
Exhibition "Treasures from Italy", 1956-1958.
C. Vermeule and D. von Bothmer, 'Notes on a New Edition of Michaelis: Ancient Marbles in Great Britain', Part 3:1, American Journal of Archaeology, Vol. 63, No. 2, April 1959, p. 148, no. 9.
C. A. Picón, Classical Antiquities from Private Collections in Great Britain, London, 1986, p. 23, no. 18.
Carlos Picón, op.cit., notes that "in style it brings to mind the work of the Euphiletos Painter who is best known for his Panathenaic amphorae. He was mainly active in the 520s." It has also been attributed to the Euphiletos Painter by Dr. Robert Guy.