View of side B, from the right

Detail of side A, left: Hermes, standing 3/4-view to the right, wearing a ...

Detail of side B, top left: upper half of woman

Detail of side B, below: a deer, whose hind legs somewhat overlap the grou...

Detail of right volute mask on side A: Silenos, with curly red hair, musta...

Detail of side A, right: Nike, standing in 3/4-view to the left, wearing a...

Collection: Paris, Musée du Louvre
Summary: Side A: Hermes and Nike stand on either side of Herakles, seated to the left, on a lion skin; below them runs a rabbitSide B: A woman (maenad?), a youth, and a satyr, running to the left; below them runs a small deer
Ware: Lucanian Red Figure
Painter: Attributed to the Primato Painter
Date: ca. 350 BC - ca. 330 BC
Dimensions: H. 0.80 m
Primary Citation: LCS, 167 no. 931, pl. 73.3
Shape: Krater
Period: Late Classical

Shape Description: Volute krater with masks in the volute. On each side are depicted a woman (left) and Silenos (right).

Sources Used: Trendall 1989, fig. 100