|Collection:||Athens, National Archaeological Museum|
|Summary:||A: Athena Promachos, next to a statue of Eirene and Ploutos
|Ware:||Attic Black Figure|
|Painter:||Painter of Athens 12592|
|Context:||Excavated at Eretria|
|Date:||exact 360 BC - exact 359 BC|
|Dimensions:||H. 0.716 m; max. diam. 0.385 m|
Date Description: Presumably made in the archonship of Kallimedes
A: An inscription,
B: A white Nike (acting as referee) with black wings, and red/black hair bound at the nape of the neck, standing profile to the right, with her right arm advanced, wearing a white wreath, a white chiton, and a black himation draped over her left shoulder, holds out a black palm frond, in her right hand; two wrestlers on the ground, each with short-cropped hair; a white Nike with black wings, above, flying down from the upper left, wearing a black himation draped over her left shoulder, awarding a white taenia to the male figure on top; another nude male figure (the ephedros), with short-cropped hair, standing profile to the left, with his weight on his left leg and his hands clenched.
Collection History: Excavated at Eretria, building plot 740 (E/5), near the Gymnasium (found 1969).
BCH 94 (1970) 1098 fig. 455;