A: A woman – probably a maenad – seated to right, holding a thrysos in her right hand and a phiale in her raised left hand. A satyr facing to left stands before her, holding a situla and a thyrsos in his left hand. With his right hand he pours a liquid from an oinochoe into the phiale. The scene is observed by a woman who stands behind the seated figure, holding a tympanon and a mirror.


B: Two cloaked youths in conversation.


For the “H.A.” Painter and related artists, see RVAp I, 330 ff., pls. 105-106