Side A: Two warriors in combat; on either side a large human headed bird with spread wings. Side B: Two lions vis-à-vis, heads full-front, separated by an elaborate palmette-lotus ornament.
Purchased by Edward Perry Warren in 1894 (according to Warren's records: said to have been found at Corinth. 1889); 1895: purchased by MFA from Edward Perry Warren for $ 29,857.37 (this figure is the total price for MFA 95.9-95.174)
Catharine Page Perkins Fund
Greek, Archaic Period, Middle Corinthian, about 600–575 B.C.