|Collection:||Basel, H.A. Cahn Collection|
|Summary:||A: Kratos and Bia
|Ware:||Attic Red Figure|
|Painter:||In the manner of the Meidias Painter|
|Date:||ca. 420 BC - ca. 410 BC|
|Dimensions:||Pres. H. 0.15 m; est. max. diam. (rim) 0.50 m|
Decoration Description: A female figure (perhaps Oinanthe), standing profile to the right (only the top of her left hand is preserved), holds and object (perhaps a flower) in her upraised right hand; a male figure (?) standing profile to the right, holds two spears upright in his left hand (only the front of his face and spearheads are preserved); bearded Dionysos (labelled) (head, top of thyrsos, left shoulder, and upper arm are preserved), seated profile to the left in a chair, wearing a long, broad taenia with a vertical flap, holds a thyrsos upright in his right hand (?) and leans the top of his left hand on the back of his chair; Opora (labelled) (preserved above the waist), standing 3/4-view to the left, wearing a peplos, a sphendone, and black disk earrings, raises a bowl (phiale?) in her right hand, and hangs her left arm at her side.
JdI 90 (1975) 112 n. 59, 119-20 figs. 2-4; E. Simon, "Kratos und Bia," WürzbJb 1 (1975) 177-86, 219-22, fig.