T. B. L. Webster, Monuments Illustrating Old and Middle Comedy, 3rd ed. rev. by J. R. Green, London, 1978, p. 126, AT115f.
Ink inscribed label "264, 29 CHAS".
The courtesan or hetaira became a popular figure as women were given a more important role in the intricate intrigue comedies typical of later New Comedy. Cf. M. Bieber, The History of the Greek and Roman Theater, Princeton, 1971, p. 41, fig. 161, for similar figure known as 'the weeping girl' in the British Museum.