Apulian Situla

Apulian Situla

c. 350 BC

Red-figure terracotta

With handle: 30.3 cm (11 15/16 in.); Diameter of rim: 24.5 cm (9 5/8 in.); Diameter of foot: 13.1 cm (5 3/16 in.); without handle: 28 cm (11 in.)

Leonard C. Hanna, Jr. Fund 1977.179



This complex scene has been further elaborated with accents in added white and gold paint. Side A: Bellerophon riding Pegasus kills the Chimera, while Hermes and Athena look on. Satyrs try to help the Chimera by stoning Pegasus. Side B: Youthful Dionysus being served by maenads and Eros.

See also
GR - South Italy
Greek and Roman Art
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