Terracotta kantharos (drinking cup with high handles): two female heads, Attributed to the Brygos Painter, 490–480 BC
"Obverse, satyr playing aulos (double flute). Reverse, satyr playing krotala (castanets)
"The form and iconography strongly suggest that this vase was used in a symposium (drinking party). The satyrs are particularly winning—they provide entertainment for the gathering and enjoy it at the same time."

Terracotta kantharos (drinking cup with high handles): two female heads, Attributed to the Brygos Painter, 490–480 BC

"Obverse, satyr playing aulos (double flute). Reverse, satyr playing krotala (castanets)

"The form and iconography strongly suggest that this vase was used in a symposium (drinking party). The satyrs are particularly winning—they provide entertainment for the gathering and enjoy it at the same time."