Alabastron. Essentially flat resting surface (but with central depression) allowing vessel to stand. Wide heavy ovoid body tapering to narrow neck and wide overhanging disk. Handle emerges from neck and is continuous with disk. Round hole cut through handle at center. Three main friezes. Seven dancers in top frieze, eight in middle, nine in bottom frieze.
Purchased from Francesco Mancinelli-Scotti, 1896
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[Book] Schaus, Gerald P. & Benson, Jack L. 1995. Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum: The University Museum. University Museum 2; USA 29. : Page/Fig./Plate: p. 44; pl. 22, 1-4
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[Book] Dohan, Edith H. 1942. Italic Tomb-Groups in the University Museum. : Page/Fig./Plate: p. 99, no. 8, pl. LII
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