|Collection:||Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale|
|Ware:||Attic Red Figure|
|Date:||ca. 410 BC - ca. 400 BC|
|Dimensions:||Restored H. 0.032 m; max. diam. (body) 0.367 m|
A (Gigantomachy): Enkelados (labelled above his head), crouched profile to the right, both legs bent, wearing an Attic helmet, and a shield shown in 3/4-inside-view on his bent left arm; Mimas (labelled in red wash, below his rock), leaning 3/4-view to the right, with his head frontal, both legs bent, holding a large rock (shaped like a wine skin!) in both arms, wearing a nebris on his left arm; above him, two nude men, of whom only the legs are preserved; a giant (labelled above his head), lunging 3/4-back-view to the right, both legs bent, with weight on his left leg, wearing a nebris over his left arm, and holding an unidentifiable object in his right hand, extended to the right; another male figure above him, crouching near profile to the right, with his bent, left leg raised on a rock, holds a short spear in his lowered right hand, and raises his left hand on top of a rock; another male figure, standing 3/4-view to the left, with his weight on his bent, right leg, wearing a nebris over his left arm, raises a large rock in both arms; a female figure, probably Attika or Ge, shown only above her hips, standing 3/4-view to the left, wearing a belted peplos, and long hair, raises both bent arms, and looks up; Helios (shown from his hips up; the tops of the four horses also shown) riding a quadriga 3/4-view to the left; another quadriga (?).
B: The feet and drapery of some satyrs; a maenad, Paidia (labelled), lunging 3/4-view to the right, with her weight on her forward, bent, left leg, wearing a belted, sleeveless chiton, a nebris draped over her left arm, and a rayed, red ivy wreath, raises a rock in her right hand, held behind her head, and a thyrsos, to the right, in her upraised left hand; a nude, bearded satyr (labelled to the right of his head), lunging 3/4-view to the right, with his weight on his raised, bent, forward, left leg, wearing a crested Attic helmet, and a nebris over his extended left arm (left hand not preserved), holds his spear horizontally in his lowered right arm; the edge of a wheel (?) above; the extended left leg, and part of a bent right leg (and buttocks) of a nude male figure shown in 3/4-back-view to the right; a tree with ivy branches below.
AM 69-70 (1954-1955) 95-96 pl. 11.2; JdI 55 (1940) 92, 165, figs. 1-2, 34; D.B. Thompson, "Mater Caelaturae," Hesperia 8 (1939) 297, fig. 10; RE Suppl. 3 (1918) 745 s.v. Giganten, Eurytion (O. Waser); Atlas der griechischen Kunstmythologie (Leipzig 1871-1878) pl.