The satyr stands with his left arm akimbo and his right hand holding a pair of jumping weights. On the ground to either side are a diskos and a pick for loosening soil. During the first half of the fifth century, artists often showed satyrs engaged in human activities, such as cooking, writing, and exercising.
Said to be from Athens
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