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T60.10 SATYR & MAENAD

Satyr & Maenad | Attic red figure vase painting
DETAILS
Museum Collection Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge
Catalogue No. Harvard 1925.30.129
Beazley Archive No. 205158
Ware Attic Red Figure
Shape Kylix
Painter Attributed to Douris
Date ca 480 B.C.
Period Late Archaic / Early Classical

DESCRIPTION

Tondo: A Satyr grasps a Maenad by the arm and waist. He is depicted with the usual features of his kind--a pug nose, horse's tail and ears, balding head and erect member. A drinking horn (rhyton) and wine sack lie to one side. The Maenad holds a thyrsus (pine-cone tipped staff).
Sides: Dionysus, Satyrs and Maenads (not shown).

ARTICLES

Satyrs