Culture
Dimensions
height: 15.7 cm; width: 13.5 cm
Date
turn of the 5th and 4th centuries B.C.
Material
Production place
Inventory
T.730
ID
Hyp-7032

The terracotta relief depicts a banqueting man, with a bowl in his left hand. These reliefs are mostly characteristic of the city of Taras, which were made by thousands in the 6th–4th centuries BC. These were votive gifts: they are recovered not only from the sanctuaries of the city but also from its cemeteries.