K12.4 DIONYSUS, SATYR & MAENAD
|Museum Collection||Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge|
|Catalogue No.||Harvard 1960.343|
|Beazley Archive No.||213539|
|Ware||Attic Red Figure|
|Painter||Attributed to the Curti Painter|
|Date||ca. 440 - 430 B.C.|
Side A: The god Dionysus is attended by a flute-playing Satyr and tambourine-beating Maenad. The bearded god is crowned with a wreath of ivy and holds a drinking cup (krater) in one hand and a staff of fruiting ivy in the other. The Satyr is seatd on a rock and plays a double-flute. The Maenad wears a wreath of serpents and beats a tympanum drum.
Side B: The death of Orpheus (not shown).