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Shape as the Panathenaic amphorae. Designs black on red panels, with borders of lotos
along the foot ; accessories of purple. On the neck, double honeysuckle. At the bottom of the
handles are palmettes.

(a) Procession of deities : In front, Hermes advancing to r., bearded, with
long hair looped up behind under a wreath, petasos, short chiton, embroidered
chlamys, and endromides, playing with a plectrum on the lyre; his head is
thrown back and his lips parted, as if singing ; by his further side is a goat to r.
Behind him is Heracles in a short chiton with the lion's skin over head and girt
round the waist, at his back is his quiver with open lid in the form of a wing, at
his L side a sword ; he is playing on the double flute, and by his further side is
a bull. Behind him is Iolaos, bearded, with ivy-wreath and embroidered
chlamys. In the field are branches.



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(b) The same design ; Iolaos holds out a kylix for Heracles to drink
from.

On the stand is a frieze of five Seileni : two stand one on each side of a
crater, the one on the 1. with white hair and beard playing on the double flute,
the other with arms extended. Next on the r. is a Seilenos dancing and
playing on the lyre with a plectrum ; the sides of the lyre terminate in swans'
heads. The next one is running to 1. and looking back ; he has an embroidered
chlamys over 1. arm, and a crooked stick in r. hand. The next is dancing to 1.,
with 1. leg raised behind. All wear wreaths and are bearded.

B 168. AMPHORA. Old No. 578. Ht. 16* in. FromVulci. Durand Coll. in. Gerhard,^. V.

i. 55, and p. 182. A small piece chipped out of the rim. Designs black on red panels, having
accessories of purple and white, and bands of lotos and honeysuckle patterns interlacing along
the top.

(a) Leto with the infants Apollo and Artemis in her arms: On the 1.,
Hermes to r., bearded, with petasos, short chiton, and embroidered chlamys,
caduceus in r. hand, 1. raised. Next, Dionysos to r., bearded, with long hair,
ivy-wreath, long chiton with purple spots, and purple and black himation with
rosettes, in r. hand a vine-branch with three clusters of grapes, in 1. a keras ;
next to him is Leto to r., looking back at him, with long tresses, fillet, and long
embroidered chiton, with diplotdion ; in her arms are the infant Apollo (in the
left) and Artemis (in the right), the latter in a short chiton, flesh painted black.
On r. is a youthful Satyr (?) to L, with ivy-wreath, and an ivy-branch in r. hand.

(b) Four Satyrs : In the centre, one with long hair rides on a goat, 1. hand
holding its horns, in r. hand an ivy-branch. Behind is a Satyr with fillet,
belabouring the goat with open r. hand ; behind him another, to r., dancing,
with 1. hand raised. In front of the goat is a fourth Satyr to 1., carrying an
askos on his shoulder.

B 169. AMPHORA. Old No. 594. Ht. 15$ in. From Vulci. Durand Coll. 668. Gerhard,

A. V, 100. Designs black on red panels, having border of lotos-buds along the top ;
accessories in white and purple.

(a) Apollo seizing a stag : In the centre, a stag to r., behind it Apollo to r.,
beardless, with long hair, short chiton with purple spots, and quiver slung at
back, holding it by the horns ; behind him is a bearded figure in a striped
himation. In front of the stag, two male figures, the first one beardless, with
long white chiton and striped himation, the second bearded, with short chiton
and chlamys, both moving to r. and looking back at the stag.

(b) Combat of six warriors : On the 1. is a warrior in lofty visored helmet
with fillet, short purple chiton, cuirass with a skin over it, and purple greave on 1.
leg, retreating to 1., pursued by another with plain greaves, visored helmet with
fillet, and shield with device of an eight-point star. In the centre a warrior with
short chiton, cuirass with skin over it, purple greave on 1. leg, lofty visored helmet
with fillet, spear, and shield with a pellet, has brought down on one knee another
similarly armed, in an embroidered chiton, but without shield. On the r. two



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warriors advance to defend the last with spears, the former having short purple
chiton, cuirass, visored helmet with fillet, purple greaves, and shield with a
tripod ; the hinder warrior has chlamys, greaves, visored helmet, and Boeotian
shield with two concentric circles.

B 170, AMPHORA, with cover. Old No. 584*. Ht. 2o£ in. 1848. Basseggio Coll. Gerhard,

Arch. Zeit. 1847, p. 24*, 1849, p. 55* ; Panotka, Eigenn. mit KaXcfc, p. 64 ; Robert, Arch.
Anzeig. 1889, P- H3 ; Jahrbuch fur Ciass. Phil. Suppl. xi. p. 544 (Luckenbach) ; Klein,
Meistersig. p. 42 ; id. Lieblingsinschr. p. 18 ; Wernicke, Lieblingsn. p. 26 ; C. 1. Gr. 7707 b.
Repaired and restored. Designs black on red panels, with borders of double palmettes along
the top ; slight accessories of white and purple.

(a) In the centre, the Dioscuri on horseback, riding side by side to r.,
beardless, with long hair and curls in front of their ears ; they wear short chitons,
that of Polydeukes embroidered, and striped chlamydes, fastened by fibulae at
the shoulder; Castor also has a petasos ; each has two spears, and Polydeukes
also a sword at his side. Below the horses is inscribed : POVVAEV*^,
Ho7w8€v[ktj]$; in front of their heads: KAJTOP, Kda-rayp. In front of them is
Tyndareus seated to 1. on an okladias, with white hair and beard, long chiton
and himation, both embroidered, in r. hand a sceptre. Behind him is inscribed :
TVNAApEOS, TvvSapiax;. On the r. is a nude beardless male figure to 1., caressing
the horses, with fillet and hair falling in curls in front of his ears. Behind the
horses is Philonod (Apollod. iii. 10, 6) to r., with long tresses, fillet, long

embroidered chiton and himation ; in front of her is inscribed : OE,

[&ihov]6r). Behind her is a nude beardless male figure to r., his hair looped up
behind with a fillet, falling in curls in front of his ears. Above : O . . ETOP
KAVOJ, J 0[v]i]TG>p tcaXos.

[Klein attributes this vase to Exekias, both from the style, and from the occurrence
of the name Onetor.]

(b) In the centre, a warrior on horseback, riding to r., bearded, with sword,
petasos, and striped chlamys, holding in r. hand two spears. In front of him is a
male figure seated to 1. on a four-legged stool, looking back ; he wears a
fillet and long chiton. On the r. is a warrior to 1., fully armed, with spear, and
shield with device of a tripod. Behind him is an attendant, nude and beardless,
his hair looped up under a fillet, with curls in front of the ears. On the 1. is
a male figure to r., with long hair, fillet, and striped chlamys, holding a spear.
This side is much injured.

B 171. AMPHORA. Old No. 582. Ht. 17% in. From Vulci. Durand Coll. 375. Overbeck,

Her. Bildw. p. 212 ; Welcker, Ann. delP Inst. 1845, p. 156. Designs black on red panels, with
lotos and honeysuckle borders along the top ; accessories of white and purple.

(a) Judgment of Paris (type G.) : On the r. is Paris seated to 1. on a
rock, bearded, with long hair looped up by a fillet, long chiton and himation,
both embroidered with white rosettes, in 1. hand a lyre. Hermes, who is
leading the three goddesses to him, is bearded, with long tresses, petasos, short
white chiton, embroidered chlamys, and endromides, caduceus in r. hand, 1. hand



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extended towards Paris. Behind him advance the three goddesses* each raising
1. hand. First, Hera, wearing long chiton and embroidered himation ; next
Athend, with high-crested helmet with cheek-pieces, long embroidered chiton
with diploldion, and aegis, of which only the borders of snakes are visible, in r.
hand a spear ; Aphroditd comes last, in long chiton and embroidered himation ;
all three have long hair, fillets, and necklaces.

[For the subject, cf. Ann. delP Inst. 1845, P- 1 3 2 ; Overbeck, Her. Bildw. p. 206 ; Schneider,
Tro. Sagenkr. p. 91 ; /. H. S. vii. p. 196 (Harrison) ; and Pausanias, iii. 18, 12, v. 19, 5.]

(b) Departure of a warrior : In the centre is the warrior to 1., bearded,
with visored helmet with fillet, chlamys, greaves, shield with device of a pellet, and
two spears ; facing him is a nude youth, wearing a fillet, who is receiving a
garment (?) from the warrior. On the 1. an old man advances to r. ; he has a
white beard and long white tresses with fillet, long purple chiton and striped
himation, embroidered with white rosettes ; his r. hand leans on a knotted staff,
and his 1. is extended to the warrior. On the r. is a female figure to 1., in a
long chiton and striped embroidered himation drawn over her head ; behind her
is a youth to 1., with fillet, long chiton, and striped himation embroidered with
white rosettes.

B 172, AMPHORA. Ht. 9! in. Cameiros, 1864. A large part of the sides and one of the

handles wanting. Designs black on red panels, with double row of dots along the top ;
accessories of white and purple.

(a) Ajax carrying off the body of Achilles: In the centre, Ajax moving
to 1., with helmet, cuirass, parameridia y and greaves, two spears and Boeotian
shield, with device of one purple and two white pellets, carrying on his
shoulder the body of Achilles, in a high-crested helmet and short purple chiton ;
the greater part of their bodies is wanting. In front of them is a female figure
(perhaps Thetis, or Briseis, cf. Propert. ii. 10 (9), 9) moving to 1. and looking
back, wearing a fillet, long chiton, and himation with incised patterns. On the
1. is a bearded male figure to r. in long chiton and himation, with a staff. On
the r. is a male figure to r., beardless, with long chiton and himation, and a
warrior moving away to r. ; of these two, little remains.

[For the subject and references to similar representations, cf. Overbeck, Her. Bildw.
p. 546, and Roscher, p* 51 ; also Berlin No. 1802.]

(b) Two warriors marching to 1., with visored helmets, greaves, spears, and
shields, each with device of two pellets. Facing them is a beardless male figure
in himation, with spear in 1. hand ; on the r. a similar figure moving away to r.

B 173. AMPHORA. Old No. 595. Ht. 10 in. From Vulci. Durand Coll. 412. Overbeck,

Her. Bildw. p. 658, and cf. p. 618 ; Heydemann, Iliupersis, p. 21, note 8 d, p. 31, note 1 n.
Designs black on red panels, with borders of lotos-buds along the top ; accessories of white
and purple.

(a) Departure of Aeneas from Troy (cf. B 280, and Gerhard, A. V.
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and short chiton, carrying two spears ; on his shoulders is Anchises, whose
legs he supports with his hands. The latter has white beard and tresses, and
wears a himation ; in 1. hand he holds a sceptre. In front of them is a female
figure, either Creusa, or (according to Overbeck, /. c.)> Aphroditd, hastening to
r., and looking back as if encouraging them. She wears a long embroidered
chiton and himation with purple stripes ; her r. hand holds up her dress, her
1. is raised. On the 1. is a Trojan archer running to 1. and looking back ; he
wears a pointed cap, close-fitting jerkin and shoulder-belt, his hair is looped up
under a fillet, and a quiver, with a wing attached to it, hangs at his 1. side.

[For the subject, cf. Roscher, p. 185 ; Overbeck, Her. Bildw. p. 655 ; Baumeister, p. 31 ;
Berlin No. 1862.]

(b) Acamas and Demophon conducting Aithra (type L.) : In the
centre is Aithra to r., in long chiton and himation over her head, both
embroidered with white rosettes ; with 1. hand she draws forward the edge of
the himation. On the r. is Demophon, moving to r., and looking back at her ;
he has a short embroidered chiton, chlamys, helmet, sword at side, spear, and
shield with A©E painted on it (cf. B 574). On the 1. is Acamas, departing to 1.
and looking back ; he has a short embroidered chiton, cuirass, visored helmet,
swprd at 1. side, two spears in r. hand, and shield with three crescents painted
round the rim.

[For the subject, cf. Paus. x. 25. 7 ; Roscher, pp. 201, 206, and 990 ; Overbeck, Her.
Bildw. pp. 618 ff., 632 ff. ; Robert, Bild und Lied, p. 75 ; Berlin No. 2408 ; an inscribed vase
in the Brit. Mus. (E 177, Mon. de/r Inst ii. 25).]

B 174. AMPHORA. Ht. 17 in. FromVulci. Presented by S.Addington, Esq., 1868. Formerly

in possession of Samuel Rogers. Designs black on red panels, with double borders of
honeysuckle along the top ; accessories of white and purple.

(a) Theseus slaying the Minotaur (type N.) : In the centre is Theseus
to r., slightly bearded, with fillet and short embroidered chiton, girt at waist,
grasping the Minotaur by his neck, into which he plunges his sword. The
latter kneels on the ground and seizes Theseus by the r. hand, holding in his raised
1. hand a white stone which he vainly endeavours to hurl at him ; his muzzle
is painted white. On the r. is Ariadnd (?) to 1., in a long embroidered chiton
with diploidion and purple himation ; behind her an Athenian youth (?), beardless,
in long chiton and embroidered himation. On the 1., an Athenian youth as last,
with fillet ; behind him an Athenian maiden (?) with long chiton and embroidered
himation.

[For the number of figures, cf. Jahn, Arch. Beitr. p. 260.]

(p) Marriage-procession (type C.) : A quadriga moving to r., in which
stand the bridal pair ; the bridegroom beardless, in an embroidered himation,
holding the reins, the bride veiled in an embroidered himation. Behind
them is the parochos (cf. Phot. Lex. s. v.), to r., beardless, in long chiton
and embroidered himation. At the further side of the horses walk three
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various objects ; the first and last bear on their heads baskets closely resem-
bling the \Uvov or vannus (Vergil, Geor. i. 166) used in the worship of Iacchos,
and also for carrying offerings at sacrifices. The middle one carries either a
basket (as Catiephoros) or a sieve, the object being similar to that in B 160. In
front of the horses is a bearded male figure, probably the proegetes (Hermann,
Lehrbuch y iv. p. 273, n. 2) moving to r. and looking back, vapetasos, embroidered
chlamys, and endromides.

[For the \Upop, cf. Callim. Cer. 127, and for its shape, a terra-cotta panel in the Brit.
Mus. representing the infant Dionysos in a vannus (Combe, Anc. Terra-Cottas, pL xxiv. 44) ;
also Brit. Mus. Cat, of Gems, No. 1009.]

Beneath is incised thrice : 9 .

B 175, AMPHORA. Ht. 10 in. Nola, 1867. Blacas Coll. Coarse style. On the neck,

double honeysuckle pattern, very coarse. Designs black on red panels ; accessories of purple.
Shape Fig. 15.

(a) Theseus slaying the Minotaur (type N.) : Theseus stands to r.,
beardless, with hair looped up under a fillet, cuirass, short purple chiton, and
sword ; with r. hand he seizes the horn of the Minotaur, holding him round the
neck with 1. arm. The Minotaur has a bull's head and tail, and holds up a
stone in 1. hand ; blood flows from his 1. arm. On each side are a female
figure and nude beardless male figure as spectators. The female figures have
long hair with fillets, and long chitons with purple spots ; the one on the 1. also
wears a himation ; the youths have fillets and spears.

(b) Athletes: Two nude youths to r., the front one looking back; they
have fillets, and 1. hands raised, and the second one has a spear. On either side
is ^paidotribes (?), beardless, with fillet, wrapped in a himation, holding wand.

B 176. AMPHORA. Old No. 558. Ht. 13^ in. From Vulci. Durand Coll. 363. Designs

black on red panels ; accessories of white and purple. Shape Fig. 15. Finely executed. On
the neck, double honeysuckle-pattern.

(a) Centauromachia (type O.) : A Centaur to' 1. tramples on a Lapith,
and raises a white rock in his arms to hurl upon him. The Lapith is fallen
backwards to 1. ; he is bearded and fully armed, with high-crested helmet, short
embroidered chiton, parameridia, and Boeotian shield on r. arm, in 1. hand a
white stone.

(b) Departure of a warrior : A quadriga to r., with third horse white, the
charioteer beardless, with long white chiton and stippled skin, goad in r. hand,
reins in both. Before him is a warrior to 1., with high-crested helmet, shield with
device of a bull's head, and spear, followed by a female figure, in long chiton
and himation over her head, both embroidered.

B 177. AMPHORA. Old No. 579*. Ht. 14} in. From Vulci. Large parts of the reverse

wanting. Designs black on red panels, with borders of lotos-buds along the top ; accessories
of white and purple.

(a) Four male figures stung by bees, all nude and bearded ; they are Laios,
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which the infant Zeus was nourished (cf. Roscher, p. 1 54 and Antoninus Liberalis,
Transformat. 19). The one on the 1. tries to drive off with a branch the bees
which are stinging him on the knees, feet, and back ; his 1. foot is drawn up in
agony. The next to r. is squatting down, full face, raising 1. hand to his head ;
bees are stinging him on the head, r. arm, 1. knee and foot, and penis. The next,
with a branch, is endeavouring to drive off bees which are stinging him in the
breast and 1. arm. The last figure is crouching down to r., holding in his hands
the disk-shaped stone on which one of the hives had been placed ; he is being
stung on the head, breast, 1. knee and penis. In the field are numerous other
bees flying about

{b) Satyrs and Maenads : In the centre is a Maenad to 1., dancing, with r.
arm raised, and another to r. on each side, dancing, the one on r. looking back.
All have long hair, fillets, and long embroidered chitons with diploidia. On either
side are two Satyrs facing them ; of the two on the 1., the greater part is lost.

B 178. AMPHORA. Old No. 574. Ht. 16J in. From Vuici. Canino Coll. Late black-figured

style. Designs black on red panels, having borders of lotos-buds along the top, and ivy
down the sides ; slight accessories of white, but no purple.

(a) Dionysiac group : In the centre is Dionysos moving to r. and looking
back ; he has long beard and long ivy-crowned hair, and wears a long chiton
and himation ; in his r. hand are vine-branches, in his 1. a kantliaros ; by his
side is a goat walking to r. On the r. is a Satyr to 1., bearded, with long hair,
holding an askos over 1. shoulder and a keras in r. hand. On the 1. is a similar
Satyr to r., playing with the plectrum, on a chelys, from which hangs drapery.

(Jb) Departure of warrior : In the centre is a male figure standing to r. at
the further side of his horse, bearded, with petasos, chlamys, shield with a Satyric
mask in high relief, and two spears in 1. hand, holding his horse by the bridle
with r. hand. Confronting him is a female figure, in a long chiton and himation
caressing the horse with 1. hand ; at her side is a dog with a deer's foot in his
mouth. Behind the warrior is an old man to r., with white hair and beard, long
chiton and himation, in r. hand a sceptre.

On the foot, incised characters, see old Cat. pi. B. 574.

B 179. AMPHORA with cover. Old No. 583. Ht. 21 in. From Vulci. Durand Coll. 116.

Gerhard A. V. 53. Designs black on red panels, with double honeysuckle along the top;
accessories of white and purple.

(a) Quadriga to r., in which stands Ariadnd, holding goad in r. hand,
reins in both ; she has long hair, with a tress in front of the ear, ivy-wreath,
long chiton and himation. Behind her is Hermes to r., bearded, with long
tresses, petasos, chlamys, and endromides, caduceus in 1. hand. ' At the further
side of the horses is Apollo Citharoedos to r., beardless, with long hair, laurel-
wreath, long chiton, and himation, playing on the chelys with a plectrum.
Underneath the horses is a hind to 1., looking upwards to Apollo ; in front of
them is a youth in a chlamys advancing to r. and looking back.

(a) Dionysiac group : In the centre is Dionysos to r., looking back, with
long pointed beard and long tresses wreathed with ivy ; he wears a long chiton



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and himation, and holds a cantfiaros in each hand, also two vine-branches with
bunches of grapes. On the r, is a Maenad to 1., with ivy-wreath, long tresses,
long embroidered chiton, in r. hand crotala; at her near side is a Satyr,
bearded, with long tresses, hands extended ; both retreat in an attitude of
surprise. On the 1, is a Maenad to r., with long hair, ivy-wreath, and long-
sleeved chiton, playing on the crotala; behind her is a Satyr to r. with. hands
extended.

On the bottom of the foot, incised characters, see old Cat. pi. B. 583.

B 180. AMPHORA. Old No. 596. Ht. 11 in. From Vulci. Durand Coll. 71. Designs black

on red panels, with borders of lotos-buds along the top ; accessories of white and purple.

(a) Dionysos to r., bearded, with long hair and ivy-wreath ; he wears a
long chiton and striped embroidered himation ; in his r. hand is a cantharos, in 1.
a vine-branch. On either side is a tall object of the shape of a caduceus ; these
may denote kamakes or vine-poles.

(J?) Similar to (a), except that Dionysos holds the vine-branch in his r.
hand, and a keras in his 1. ; his chiton is embroidered with purple spots, his
himation with white rosettes.

On the bottom, incised characters, see old Cat. pi. B. 596.

B 181. AMPHORA. Old No. 597. Ht. 12^ in. From Vulci. Canino Coll. De Witte,

Descr^ No. 37. Designs black on red panels, with borders of lotos-buds along the top ;
accessories of purple.

(a) Dionysiac group : In the centre Dionysos to r., bearded, with long
hair, ivy-wreath, long purple chiton and himation embroidered with purple
spots, in r. hand a vine-branch, in 1. a keras. Facing him is Ariadnd, in a long
chiton embroidered with incised patterns, and himation thrown over her head.
On each side are two Satyrs turned towards the centre, in various attitudes, with
long hair ; their breasts indicated in purple.

(b) Warrior on horseback (perhaps Troilos) riding to r., beardless, with
long hair, purple chlamys, spear in 1. hand. At the horse's head is a nude youth
to r. looking back, beardless, with fillet. Behind the horse is a nude male
figure to r., beardless, with long hair, fillet, in r. hand a spear ; towards him is a
hawk flying to 1.

On the bottom is incised : 9.

B 182. AMPHORA. Old No. 579. Ht. 15$ in. De Witte, Descr. No. 131. Designs black

on red panels, with lotos-bud borders along the top, and accessories of white and purple.

(a) Athletes playing ball: On the 1. is a bearded figure, probably a
brabeus, seated on an okladias> wearing a fillet, and an embroidered garment
round his loins ; he holds in both hands a ball, the lower half white, the upper
black. Opposite him are three nude figures in single file, the last one bearded,
with hands on knees, each carrying on shoulders a boy ; the first two boys have
long hair, the second wears a fillet ; they hold out their hands to catch the ball.

[Cf. F 113, Roem. MittheiL vi. (1891), p. 270, and Krause, Gymn. pis. xxvi. 108, and xxviii.
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(b) Departure of a youth : He stands in the centre to r. at the further
side of his horse, in white chlamys and petasos, holding his horse by the bridle ;
in his 1. hand is a spear. On either side of him is an attendant, beardless, in
long chiton and embroidered himation ; the one on the 1. wears a fillet, and
holds spear in 1. hand.

On the foot is incised : CE.

B 183. AMPHORA. Old No. 591. Ht 15^ in. Repaired. Designs black on red panels

with borders of lotos-buds along the top ; profuse accessories of white and purple.

(a) Departure of a warrior : In the centre stands the warrior to 1., with
high-crested visored helmet, spear, shield with device of a bent human leg, and
greaves, the left purple, the other plain. Facing him is an old man, with long
white tresses and beard, long embroidered chiton and striped himation, 1. hand
raised, in r. a staff. Behind the warrior is a female figure with long hair, fillet,
necklace, long chiton with. border, and striped embroidered himation, raising
r. hand to mouth.

(6) Three warriors, all fully armed, with parameridia and spears, advancing
to 1. ; on the further side of the second one is an archer, bearded, with pointed
cap and bow. All three warriors have visored helmets, with central and lofty



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