Two-handled, legged skyphos (drinking cup) [Π 4626]
Two-handled, legged skyphos (drinking cup); conical body, cylindrical stem with ridge on junction with the body, flaring hollow foot, everted rim and a pair of vertical strap handles extending from rim to body. Decorated with brown-reddish paint; vertical lines on rim and handles; below rim painted band both on the interior and exterior; On upper body panel filled with lines enclosing a zigzag line. Broad, painted band on lower body; stem and foot are entirely painted. Retrieved from a burial context at Vouves, Kisamos; it dates in the Geometrical period (8th century BC).