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Ure Museum, 38.4.8.
Date: 550-525 BCE
Material: Attic Black Figure Terracotta
Mouth black inside and out with red lip. Shoulder has ivy leaf at front upright between two inverted lotus flowers. Body has a siren between two draped (male) onlookers, the right one holding a spear upright. No added colour, no incisions. Beneath the figural zone is a horizontal band and then solid black to the top of the foot. Side of foot and underside reserved.
Intact and complete except for chips on the top of the foot. Decoration is worn and chipped.
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Museum, T. U. (2016, August 24). Attic Black Figure Lekythos. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image3d/16/attic-black-figure-lekythos/
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