Terracotta fragment of a neck-amphora of Panathenaic shape

Greek, Attic

Not on view

On the obverse, at the shoulder, a band of tongues; inside the panel, draped Athena to left, wearing her aegis over her chiton, holding her helmet in her left hand; on both the right and left of Athena, Aeolic columns, with owls mounted on top of the capitals; the right and left bands of the panel ornament are comprised of a chain of pomegranates; Reverse, at the shoulder, a band of tongues; inside the panel, athletes; at the left, a nude youth to right, with his arms extended, holding jumping weights in his hand; draped youth to right, leaning on a stick, holding a trainer's wand in his right hand; youth to left, with his right hand raised, and his upper torso seen from the front, holding a diskos in his left hand; part of one handle is preserved; the right and left bands of the panel ornament are comprised of a chain of pomegranates; at the bottom of the vase, above the foot (which is not preserved), a band of rays

Terracotta fragment of a neck-amphora of Panathenaic shape, Terracotta, Greek, Attic

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