View of side A, from the left

Detail of side A, bottom center: a helmet sits beneath a horse

Close-up view of side B: Women (Amazons?) bathing

View of the left side

Detail of side A, top right: an Amazon on horseback approaches a walking A...

View of the right side

Collection: Paris, Musée du Louvre
Summary: Side A: Preparation of AmazonsSide B: Women (Amazons?) bathing
Ware: Attic Red Figure, White Ground
Painter: Attributed to the Andokides Painter
Potter: Signed by Andokides
Context: Said to be from Etruria
Date: ca. 530 BC - ca. 520 BC
Dimensions: H. 0.41 m
Primary Citation: ARV2, 4.13; Beazley Addenda 2, 150
Shape: Amphora
Beazley Number: 200013
Period: High Archaic


Decoration Description: Beazley notes that this vase is decorated with a special technique, similar to red figure, but on a white ground.

Shape Description: Type A amphora

Inscriptions: Inscribed on the foot is Andokides' signature: *A*N*D*O*K*I*D*E*S*E*P*O*E*S*E*N

Collection History: Said to have been acquired in Etruria in 1863.

Sources Used: Pottier 1901, 115

Other Bibliography: Boardman 1975, fig. 4