|Title:||Grave lekythos of Onesimos|
|Findspot:||Found at Athens, Aiolou Street|
|Summary:||Lekythos with scene of deceased and family|
|Sculpture Type:||Relief-decorated vessel|
|Original or Copy:||Original|
|Date:||ca. 400 BC|
H 0.958 m, Restored H at least 1.50 m, w 0.41 m, Picture field: H 0.375 m, W 0.50 m, H of relief 0.005 m
Broken at the neck and foot (recut in modern times). Scene with figures is complete. Small chips flaked from surface. Extensive painted decoration on the body of the urn: palmettes on the shoulder, architectural elements of a naiskos around the relief field, a maeander band below, and lotus-palmette decoration on the lowest register of the body.
Over the heads of three figures in the relief field, from the left:
"Chaireas, Eukoline, Onesimos"
Found by Haller von Hallerstein in 1811 on the street to Acharnai modern Aiolou Street, near its gate in the Athenian city walls. Acquired from his estate.