Curator‘s Comments

An askos is a Greek drinking vessel in the shape of a wineskin with a pouring spout. It generally has a flat shape and a spout at one or both ends that can also be used as handles.

Askos with Kneeling Satyr

Unknown artist. Greek, mid-fifth century B.C.E.

Askos with Kneeling Satyr, n.d.

Glazed terra cotta, red figure

Bequest of Phyllis Lehmann in memory of Karl Lehmann

ID Number: SC 2005:11-35