Rhyton apulo at the head of a deer
IV sec. a.C.
Rython (vase used for drinking) with red figures, configured in the shape of a deer head, coming from the excavation of Tomb 7 of Monte Sannace (second twenty-five years of the fourth century BC). The upper register depicts a young man armed with a spear, in the act of striking the deer, and a satyr advancing with a torch in his hand.