Reconstructed painted pottery Fikellura neck-amphora. On neck network pattern, triple cable; on shoulder on each side a frieze; (a) two lions attacking a bull, one with teeth fixed in hindquarters; deer to left, cut short at end of panel; (b) two wolves about to attack a deer; on the body, between borders of guilloche and crescents is a frieze of wolves pursuing hares; wolf and two hares alternating; in the field are dots. Purple on rump, shoulder, and sometimes belly of animals; on occasional tongues of shoulder.

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Thing

Made Of
pottery
Type of Thing
neck-amphora
School
Lion group
Subject
mammal, animal-fighting
Techniques
painted, incised
Ware
Fikellura

Place

Found In
Tell Dafana
Made In
Miletus

Time

Acquired In
1888
Made
575BC-550BC
Period/Culture
Archaic Greek, South Ionian

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