|Collection:||Tampa Museum of Art|
|Summary:||Mounted warriors trample Scythian archer.|
|Ware:||Attic Black Figure|
|Painter:||Attributed to the Painter of Villa Giulia M. 482|
|Date:||ca. 510 BC|
H. 0.215 m.
A Scythian archer is ridden down by two mounted warriors. The archer falls backwards with only his feet on the ground. He wears a tall pointed cap with red flap, short belted tunic and carries a sword scabbard and quiver with a red lid. He has a red beard. The horses have red manes and white dotted bridles. The horseman at left holds two spears, and wears a Corinthian helmet with low crest, greaves, short tunic and Thracian cloak. The horseman at right wears the same but has a white crest and the designs on his cloak are faded. Nonsense inscriptions.
Ivy vines appear on either side of scene.
Above is a row of black tongues and a net pattern.
Trefoil mouth, slight collar, globular body and echinus foot. Low handle.
Tampa Museum of Art, Joseph Veach Noble Collection. Excavated by Lucien Bonaparte in Vulci.