76.AE.131.10, fragment from body of vessel
Pottery fragment with black lines
76.AE.131.10, interior view of fragment from body of vessel
The back of the pottery fragment
Scroll down to read more Scroll down to read more


Plate 558, 5–6

Accession Number 76.AE.131.10

Download PDF


–1976, Max and Linda Palevsky (Los Angeles, California); 1976, donated to the J. Paul Getty Museum.

Shape and Ornament

Single fragment from the body of a vessel.


Part of a chariot, with the upper section of the wheel.

Attribution and Date

Unattributed. Fifth century B.C.

Dimensions and Condition

Maximum preserved dimension 3.65 cm. Surface worn, especially interior. Nicks and scratches; chips missing. Interior black.

Technical Features

Preliminary sketch. Relief contour. Dilute glaze inside.


Not previously published.


For chariots, see Abbreviation: Manakidou, Parastaseis me armataE. Manakidou. Parastaseis me armata (8.–5. ai. P. Ch.): Paratērēseis stēn eikonographia tous. Thessaloniki, 1994.