Ca. mid-6th cent. BCE. Inv. No. 4209.Florence, National Archaeological MuseumPhoto by Ilya Shurygin
Ca. mid-6th cent. BCE.
Florence, National Archaeological Museum
(Firenze, Museo archeologico nazionale di Firenze).
To the left: a part of scene with three centaurs, Hylaios, Agrios and Hasbolos, are pounding Kaineus into the ground.
Rim B: a line of seven youths and seven maidens dancing the Crane Dance (Geranos). The youths wear mantles with various borders; the maidens, peploi with different decorations. The dancers are all labelled: from left to right, Phaidimos, Hippodameia, Daduchos (written Daidochos), Menestho, Eurysthenes, Koronis, Euxistratos (written Heuxsistratos), Damasistrate, Antiochos, Asteria, Hermippos (written Hernipo), Lysidike, Prokritos, and Eriboia (written Epihoia).