|Summary:||Side A: youth at herm. Side B: Naked woman carrying a large phallus.|
|Ware:||Attic Red Figure|
|Painter:||Attributed to the Pan Painter|
|Date:||ca. 465 BC|
H. 32.5 cm., d. 31.0 cm.
The vase is in fairly good condition. Some of the fragments are less well preserved than others. Some have lost most of their surface or are scraped or discolored, while others are quite well-preserved.
Side A: youth at Herm. A youth stands on the left facing the herm on the right. The youth's right hand is raised as if in greeting. In his other hand he holds a staff. He has short hair and wears a mantle. The herm is set on a stepped podium. It is bearded and its hair is worn in a bun at the back. Side B: Naked woman carrying a large phallos. A naked woman with short hair carries a large phallos to the right. There is an eye drawn on the tip of the phallos. The woman wears a wreath.