Greek Volute Krater



by Mark Cartwright
published on 09 May 2012
This vessel was used to mix wine and water and dates from the second half of the fourth century BCE. Provenance: Apula. Depicted are two female figures with gifts approaching a deceased person seated on a funeral monument.
(Archaeological Museum, Milan)

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