|Collection:||University Museums, University of Mississippi|
|Summary:||Interior: Hyakinthos on swan.|
|Ware:||Attic Red Figure|
|Painter:||Attributed to Apollodoros|
|Date:||ca. 500 BC - ca. 490 BC|
D. 0.188 m.
Broken and mended, many restorations.
Int.: The tondo is encircled by a narrow reserved band. Hyakinthos is shown seated on the swan. They are in profile to the left, riding upon waves indicated by reserved area. Marine animals are indicated in black paint on the waves: a crab, cuttlefish, and two other fish. The boy is slender and nude except for a mantle around his shoulders. He guides the swan with reins, painted purple. In the field in front of the swan's beak is the partial inscription (in purple paint)
In the field in front of the swan's beak is the partial inscription
Formerly in the collection of Graf Beroldingen, at Frankfurt. Purchased in Basle
Vente Publique, Monnaies Grecques No. 4, October 1, 1935, p. 70, no. 1185, and frontispiece. Then in the D.M. Robinson collection, Harvard inv. 210. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Peddle, Jr. 1960.
JdI 71 (1956) 100, fig. 3
BSR XI (1929) 19, no. 27 (Apollodoros' signatures)