Corinthian terracotta aryballos.
Good condition and completely preserved except for some chips from mouth.
Size: 5 x 5,8 cm
Middle Corinthian, Lochard Painterin Agano Workshop, 585-575 B.C.
Publ.: C.W. Neeft, Agano Agapo, in M. Gnade [ed.], Stips Votiva. Papers presented to C.M. Stibbe, Amsterdam, 1971, 131 fig. 4.
1 Item Items
Four thin bands on mouthplat, dots on side; three horizontal bands on handle; tongues, three lines, three hoplites to right, three lines, two groups of three thin bands.
Provennace: the collection was acquired before 1943, most likely during the interbellum, by the Lochard family, the head of which served the French state as governor of Indo-China.