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Object type



Krater with relief decoration

Title Type

assigned by cataloguer


See Bn 10. 50 for the whole vase and for the rest of the scene
Added in pencil in Sampson catalogue: 'w/m v. clear'


Content (description)

Bn 10. 50 shows the vase, a large kalix krater with a high foot, standing on a base, on which is an illegible inscrioption, and, on right, a detail of three figures from the relief decoration. The other figures are shown in Bn. 10. 49. In the main scene a half-draped female sits at the foot of a pedestal, on which stands the statue of a draped female holding a bow; both female and statue face right. On right are four figures: a half-draped warrior with a tall plumed helmet stands looking at the statue and points to himself; next a bearded draped warrior stands with his right foot raised on a pedestal and leans his elbow on his knee, holding a spear and looking to left; third is a draped bearded man with his head covered, who stands leaning on his spear and points left; the fourth man is nude and bearded, and stands to right with his legs crossed, his hand clenched behind his back.
Bn 10. 50: On left of centre are three youths facing right: a nude helmetted warrior, with his left foot raised on a round pedestal and leaning on a spear; next a youth wearing a cloak moves right and looks at the spectator; on far left a draped youth stands and leans on a staff.

Content (object)


Content (note)

The same relief as Bn. 10. 50


height (actual size): 222mm
width (actual size): 417mm

Materials & techniques note

black lead pencil and white on blue paper



Unknown (Artist)



History and association

Previous ownership


• Mansuelli (I no. 180 inv. 307 Now in the Uffizi)
image 148273
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