Two adjacent fragments; head and shoulder of a bearded man. These fragments adjoin 10.210.18 whose description is the following: The name of each figure is inscribed: the flute player, Smikythos; the diskos thrower, Antiphanes, and his trainer, Antimenes; the broad jumper, Dorotheos ("he is going to jump"); the javelin thrower, Batrrachos; Kleainethos, the judge crowning the boy fair Epainetos, and his trainer, Alketes. Two inscriptions refer to the vase itself: "drink me" and "I open my mouth wide."
Richter, Gisela M. A. 1933. "Notes: A Fragment from the Villa Giulia Museum." Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 28(2): p. 34.