A man reclining, in Persian dress. His head and feet are lost. He is holding a skyphos in his left hand.
On the skyphos, three lines painted in red:
tymrṣw br | ‘t‘qb ’šgdt | ḥbl
“Taimarṣu, son of ‘Ate‘aqab Ašgadat, alas!”
A skyphos is a two-handled deep wine-cup on a low flanged base or none. The handles may be horizontal ear-shaped thumbholds that project from the rim, or they may be loop handles at the rim or that stand away from the lower part of the body.
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