T60.10 SATYR & MAENAD
|Museum Collection||Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge|
|Catalogue No.||Harvard 1925.30.129|
|Beazley Archive No.||205158|
|Ware||Attic Red Figure|
|Painter||Attributed to Douris|
|Date||ca. 480 B.C.|
|Period||Late Archaic / Early Classical|
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).