Terracotta fragments of a psykter (vase for cooling wine)

Attributed to Euphronios

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One fragment depicts the head, neck, and torso of an Amazon with an earring, wearing a high crested helmet, a chitoniskos and a corselet, with her shield over her upper left arm and shoulder; above her helmet, and band of tongues; a second fragment shows the bent right arm, upper back, and right greaved leg, of a warrior to left, with his helmet pushed back on his head, holding a spear in his right hand; above his head, a band of tongues; part of an inscription, ...ELMON?; a third fragment shows part of the greaved leg of a warrior to left; two fragments have body parts (legs or arms?)?; one fragment has part of a the lower body of a male with a chitoniskos and a pelt?; another fragment has part of the pelt?; two fragments have parts of round shields; two fragments have part of the neck of the psykter with part of the band of tongues from the shoulder; four fragments have parts of the mouth of the psykter; one fragment has an unidentified object; one fragment has black glaze

Terracotta fragments of a psykter (vase for cooling wine), Attributed to Euphronios [Martine Denoyelle], Terracotta, Greek, Attic

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