Large Black-Figure Belly Amphora with Chariot and Hoplites From the circle of the Lysippides-Painter
The A-Side depicts a chariot with two galloping black horses to the right, a bearded charioteer wearing a long white chiton (beard and hair outline in white) and a warrior in wide stepping position standing on the shaft (helmet, short chiton and round shield with red inside). Behind the horses a warrior is hurrying to the right, looking back; he is wearing a helmet, a cuirass and a pair of greaves. In front of the horses, another warrior is moving to the right and looking back; he is wearing a short chiton and red greaves. On the B-side, a young charioteer in long white chiton with a red shield on his back stands on a chariot with resting horses. The horses are black except the third one. The white horse with red pupils and mane outlined in red. Behind the horses a warrior stands to the left and in front of them, a short youth with a long hair, mainly red, walks to the right.
- , Das Tier in der Antike: 400 Werke ägyptischer griechischer, etruskischer und römischer Kunst aus privatem und öffentlichen Besitz: Ausgestellt im Archäologischen Institut der Universitat Zürich, 21. September-17. November 1974, Zürich
- , Auction 1
- , Auction 3
- , "Greek Art", Mougins Museum of Classical Art, France
- , MACM Musée d’Art Classique de Mougins. La collection Famille Levett, France
- , Archäologisches Institut der Universität Zürich, Zürich, Germany, 21st September 1974 — 17th November 1974
- Musée d'Art Classique de Mougins (MACM), Mougins, France, from June 2011
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