Inv. no. 1320.
Large pithos with relief decoration. A brilliant example of 7th century B.C. Cycladic art, but also the unique specimen on Thera. The metope on the neck of the vase is decorated with a swan and the band on the shoulder shows two chariots drawn by winged horses. It comes from a child-burial at the cemetery of Ancient Thera, on the north slope of Mt. Sellada. Dated to ca. 675 B.C.