|Summary:||Panel: Three Amazons
|Ware:||Attic Red Figure|
|Painter:||Signed by Hypsis|
|Date:||ca. 500 BC|
H. 0.515 m; D. rim 0.265 m.
Panel: Three Amazons prepare for battle. The central Amazon is testing a salpinx. She is wearing a short, belted chiton and helmet, and is equipped with greaves, sword, and a spear. The Amazon to her right turns back to her at the sound of the instrument, while lifting her shield. Her spear is leaning behind her. A third Amazon is looking on from the left holding her helmet and spear, her shield leaning against her left thigh. In the field behind her is the inscription painted in dark red Shoulder: The image on the shoulders extends the size of the panel. It shows on the right a quadriga preparing for departure: the bearded driver is mounting the chariot, holding the reigns of the horses and a kentron in his hands. To the left are two naked youths on horseback, each carrying a short whip. Several red inscriptions mark the field around the group: in front of the horses is written