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Terracotta vessel with a handle to the shoulder and neck. Black figures highlighted in red and white, a successful bearded hunter with bow and arrows watches as the horned hoofed mammal kneels to the ground with two arrows in its body. Earthen patina.

400 BC
5" x 2 1/2"

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