Wooden votive plaque. Procession to an altar to sacrifice a lamb, accompanied by the flute and lyre.
The dedication to the Charites (Graces) can be read, along with the names Euthydika, Eukolis, Etheloncha and, at the side, the name of the painter or dedicator, of which only the place of origin survives: ‘Corinthian’. Fron the cave Pitsa, Corinthia. 540-530 BC.