|Collection:||Athens, National Archaeological Museum|
|Summary:||Side A: Athena Promachos, next to a statue of Eirene and Ploutos
|Ware:||Attic Black Figure|
|Context:||Excavated at Eretria|
|Date:||exact 360 BC - exact 359 BC|
|Dimensions:||H. 0.728 m; max. diam. 0.385 m|
Date Description: Archonship of Kallimedes
A: An inscription,
B: A bearded male figure, standing 3/4-view to the right, wearing a white olive wreath, a himation wrapped around his lower body, draped over his left shoulder and bunched in his left arm, obscuring his left hand, which he rests on his hip, holds a white/gold grain stalk diagonally in his left hand, lowered by his side; two nude wrestlers, still standing, both with short-cropped hair, one with his arms wrapped around the chest of the other; another nude male figure (the ephedros) with short hair, with his weight on his left leg, standing profile to the left, his hands clenched.
Collection History: Excavated at Eretria, building plot 740 (E/5), near the Gymnasium (found 1969).
Sources Used: "
BCH 99 (1975) 675 fig. 178; Ergon 1974 (1975) 19 fig. 13; H.W. Catling, ""Archaeology in Greece, 1974-75,"" ArchRep 1974-1975, 5 fig. 6; Prakt 1974, pl. 13;