A woman with a situla and a branch follows a youth holding a phiale and a branch. Eros sits
above. They appear to be on their way to perform a ritual, perhaps at the tomb of a woman depicted
on the other side of the vase. On the other side is a funerary naiskos (shrine) with a woman and her maid. Outside to the left stands a nude youth with a branch and to the right, a woman.
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