Kylix is the most common type of wine-drinking cup.
A nude ithyphallic Satyr holds a wine-skin. He wears a wreath of ivy leaves
The satyr is here engaged in a game called 'askoliasmos', derived from the Greek word for wineskin, 'askos', which invovled jumping on a blown up wineskin that was greased with oil and trying to hold one’s balance.
Greek Late Archaic Period 510–500 B.C.
Museum of fine arts, Boston
Dimensions 18 x 18 cm
Exact museum copy - Handmade artwork