TWO APULIAN RED-FIGURED CUP-SKYPHOI
Circa 340 B.C.
Both with similar decoration, one side with a nude satyr seated on a rocky outcrop, with a cista in his raised left hand, a wreath in his right hand behind him on one skyphos, a bunch of grapes in his right hand on the other; the other side with a seated female figure, nude but for a mantle draped across her legs, a cista in her raised left hand, a wreath in her lowered right hand; a palmette complex with split tendrils under the handles, a thin band of egg-and-dart below the rim
2¾ in. (7 cm) high each (2)