Nearly complete and mended. Tall, slender horse with straight legs stretched out and away from body. Long neck, tubular head, prominent (clipped?) mane. Tall between legs. On horse's chest is a breastband with heavy tassels(?). Small sway-back rider with peaked cap lacks arms which were grasping horse's head (one hand remains). Summary indication of lower limbs on one side suggest he was kneeling on horse's back. Clay: gritty gray-brown to reddish brown with fine dark sand. Paint: like 54-41-154, now mostly worn off. Rider's cap and ears, horse's ears and forelock tassels were red. Bichrome horizontal stripes on horse's neck and vertical stripes on legs. Eyes of man and beast large dotted circles; mane black. Black horizontal stripes across neck, shoulders and rump of rider.
|T2018 || - || Field No SF|
|K1148 || - || Other Number|
|0511 || - || Cast Number|
[Book] Benson, Jack L., et al. 1973. The Necropolis of Kaloriziki; excavated by J.F. Daniel and G.H. McFadden for the University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. : Page/Fig./Plate: p. 126, pl. 41
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