|Summary:||Sides A and B: Herakles feasting, with Athena|
|Painter:||Attributed to the Andokides Painter and Lysippides Painter|
|Attributed By:||J.D. Beazley|
|Date:||ca. 530 BC - ca. 510 BC|
H. 0.535 m., Max. D. 0.225 m.
Side A: red figure, Herakles feasting, with Athena. Herakles reclines on a kline, wearing an elaborate mantle, a wreath of grapevine on his head. He leans on a cushion with his left arm, in which he holds a kantharos, and rests his left arm on his knee. The kline has richly ornamented legs. In front of the kline is a three-legged table with lion-paw legs. Foodstuffs, including five rounded loaves or cakes on the left, three long dark red strips of meat and a knife in the center, five small fruits (?) to the right, a saucer (?) and a kylix. To the left stands Athena, wearing a chiton, aegis, helmet and carrying a spear. She offers Herakles a rose in her left hand. Side B: Black figure, similar scene. Herakles reclines on a kline, before which is a table laden with foods. Athena holds out her hand in greeting. Behind Athena stands Hermes, wearing high boots and a cap, while to the right a servant draws wine from a dinos on a high stand.