Bell Krater

Red figure pottery

Made in Paestum, Italy

360-340 BC

Depicts a scene from a comedy play with the god Dionysos and a dancing comic actor.

Source: British Museum

Notes

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    Dionysos is like, SATYR YOU ARE DRUNK. GIVE ME THE BOWL.
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  15. rembrandtswife said: Is that comedy figure actually… dancing with a wine-bowl on his head? Or is it a basket, or maybe an upside-down lampshade? *g*
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