Archer M. Huntington Museum Fund and the James R. Dougherty, Jr. Foundation, 1980
The naked youth on left plays a lyre and a girl plays an aulos (reed pipe), while the youth to the right seems to direct movement with a torch, leading a lively procession. Reverse side: Three youths in conversation. Such generic scenes appear very frequently on the rear side of kraters in this period. Their meaning is ambiguous, but they may represent courtship.
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