|Collection:||Paris, Musée du Louvre|
|Summary:||Tondo: A woman with a basket, between a door and an altar
|Ware:||Attic Red Figure|
|Painter:||Attributed to the Painter of London E 80|
|Attributed By:||J.D. Beazley|
|Context:||Said to be from Italy|
|Date:||ca. 500 BC - ca. 480 BC|
|Dimensions:||L. 0.19 m; W. (max.) 0.16 m|
Tondo: A woman, wearing a himation over a medium-sleved chiton, an earring, and a sakkos, stands in a frontal view, and holds a large box in both hands; she looks profile to the left, at a door, behind her; to her right is a low altar crowned with a volute, from which flames billow.
Side A: A woman standing in 3/4-view to the left, wearing a himation over a short-sleeved chiton, holds a hoop (wreath?) in her right hand, and turns her head profile to the right, to face another woman, who stands in a frontal pose, in front of a klismos (chair), is dressed like the first, but also wears a sakkos. She turns her head profile to the left to smell a rose; an Ionic column divides this woman from a third woman, who is entirely enveloped in a himation, draped over a chiton. She stands profile to the right and faces a cloth sack that hangs on the wall.
Side B: A woman standing in 3/4-view to the right, in front of a klismos (chair), wearing a himation over a chiton, holds a unidentifiable object in her left hand. She faces another woman, who stands 3/4-view to the left, and reaches her right hand our in front of her. An Ionic column divides this woman from a third woman, who, dressed similarly to the first two, but also wears a sakkos on her head, stands in a frontal view, with her head turned profile to the left, and raises her arms, as if in fright.
The area beneath each handle is decorated with a palmette, above volutes.
Shape Description: Kylix
Collection History: Said to have been found in Italy in 1863.