|Summary:||Side A: satyr with spear and pelta
|Ware:||Attic Red Figure|
|Painter:||Signed by Smikros|
|Date:||ca. 510 BC - ca. 500 BC|
The preserved portions of the vase are in very good condition.
Side A: satyr with spear and pelta. An ithyphallic satyr walks to the right with his head thrown back. His pelta is over his left arm and he holds a spear with a wobbly shaft in his right hand. The pelta strap is decorated with an eye. The satyr is bearded and balding, and has a horse's tail and pointed ears. He wears a wreath. Side B: satyr playing the flute. An ithyphallic satyr walks to the right playing a double flute. There is a strap around his head, covering his mouth; it has an opening through which to play or speak. He wears a wreath, and is bearded and balding, with a tail and pointed ears.
The amphora has twisted handles.