From: Italy | Etruria | Orvieto

Curatorial Section: Mediterranean

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Object Number MS4854A
Current Location Collections Storage
Culture Faliscan | Etruscan
Provenience Italy | Etruria | Orvieto
Date Made 4th century BCE
Section Mediterranean
Materials Ceramic
Technique Red Figure
Iconography Centaur | Maenad | Furniture | Stool | Music | Tympanum

A. Centaur and naked women, with seated satyrs. Left to right: seated satyr with tympanum (?); naked woman dancing (?), garment over right forearm and behind her; centaur facing left, with branch; seated satyr on 3 legged stool facing left. B. Satyrs and maenads (very fragmentary). Foot, neck and rim restored in plaster. 19 fragments; large portions of wall missing, restored in plaster. Each "handle" is an intertwined snake. In EVP, Beazley calls MS4854 "close to the Painter of the Bonn Faliscan."

Height 3.7 cm
Outside Diameter 2.7 cm
Credit Line Purchased from Riccardo Mancini; Subscription of John Wanamaker, 1898

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