This diskos is one of a pair that were dedicated and later discovered still together; the mate is now in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. The inscription on this example identifies the owner as Telesarchos and adds from the tomb.
Inscription: Identifies the owner as Telesarchos and adds "from the tomb."
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