Corinthian black-figure alabastron; approximately ⅓ of mouth missing, bottom broken in several places and repaired; surface partly worn; added red paint; on body: 2 lions with hare in between, incised rosettes; underneath, rosette with central hollow; on neck, red and black tongues; on rim, dots; on mouth, red and black tongues.
Alfred Emerson and M. Boissé
Corinth, Peloponnese, Greece
Culture or time period:
Greek Archaic Period (700–480 BC)
S1973-1974 #19: Department of Classics (UC Berkeley) (October 8, 1973–unknown)