Terracotta chalice


On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 170

This highly ornate type of drinking vessel is common at Vulci. The identical heads on the bowl and the truncated figures on the stem may all represent the Mistress of the Animals, who is usually associated with the goddess Artemis.

Terracotta chalice, Terracotta, Etruscan

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