Interior: Youth and boy in long mantles and wreaths, conversing. Exterior A and B: Twelve figures in groups of two each, each consisting of a man and boy conversing. The surface has been painted over.
By 1889: with Pio Marinangeli, Rome (said to be from Nola); March 1889: purchased by R. Lanciani from Pio Marinangeli; purchased by MFA from R. Lanciani, 1889 BUT Caskey Beazley III, p. 40 gives Vulci as provenance as does Robinson catalogue no. 389.
Museum purchase with funds donated by contribution
Greek, Late Archaic Period, about 490–480 B.C.
- Painter Makron