|Summary:||Side A: Herakles on Oita (the pyre, with satyrs; and Herakles driving to Olympus)
|Ware:||Attic Red Figure|
|Painter:||Attributed to the Kadmos Painter|
|Date:||ca. 410 BC|
H. 0.43 m.
Many of the breaks and small pieces are painted over.
Under the scenes runs an interrupted checkerboard-and-key meander pattern. Above side A is a bordered palmette-lotus band, while above side B is a bordered band of right-tilted palmettes and tendrils.
On side A, Athena, as charioteer, conducts the wreathed Herakles to Olympia. Athena is wearing a chiton, an aegis with a checkerboard pattern, and a helmet, and she is holding a spear in her left hand while she holds the reins in her right. Herakles is naked except for the cloak draped over his left arm, and he holds his club in his left hand. The quadriga races to the right. A tree is growing behind the horse team, and the terrain is depicted by added white rising and dipping arcs near the horses' feet. Below is the flaming funeral pyre where Herakles's breast armor lies. On the right, two nymphs in chitons hurry up carrying hydriae, to put out the flames. To the left, two naked bearded silens with wreaths are shown, the nearer one carrying a club in his right hand and running to the fire to look into it, the other with a spear in his right hand running away.
On side B, a naked, bearded silen stands in the center left, holding a thyrsos, his body frontal, his head turned left to look at a seated woman on the far left. She is facing the silen and wearing chiton, mantle, and cap, and she holds an ivy branch in her hand. On the far right, a naked, bearded, infibulated silen prances with outstretched right arm before a draped woman standing in the center right. She wears a chiton and mantle pulled up like a veil over the back of her head. Except for this woman, the figures stand on white ground lines. Outlines are traced, but no relief is used.
The handles are triple. The edge of the foot is profiled.
The exterior layer of the clay is spotted light and dark reddish brown.
Next to Athena's head on side A is the inscription