Etruscan black figure hydria, attributed to the Micali painter

The neck of the hydria shows three dancing ityphallic youths. THe shoulder is decorated with panther holding a bird in its jaws between two sirens and the body illustrates four dancing women to left

Etruscan, archaic period, late 6th century B.C.
H. 40 cm (15 3⁄4 in)

Private collection, prior to 1956

N.Y. Spivey
The micali Painter and his Followers, 1987, Oxford monographs on classical archaeology no. 138, p. 22 (cf. figure 16)

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