Circa 400-350 B.C.
Terracotta, height 4.93 in. (12.5 cm.)
Metropolitan Museum of Art, accession no. 41.162.39

This is the canonical form of a kantharos. It was used in certain religious rites related to Dionysos, as indicated in this particular example by the vine tendrils on the bowl and the satyr heads at the base of each handle.

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Photographed at the museum by Richard Stracke, shared under Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license.