An early Lucanian red-figure bell krater attirbuted to the Amykos Painted and dated to ca. 430 BCE.
On one side we see a pursuit scene of a nude ithyphallic satyr chasing a maenad, carrying a thrysus. The satyr is depeacted as bearded and balding, with an erect penis, a common convention for the depiction of satyrs as semi-human creatures of excessive sexual desire, frequently depicted as sexually assaulting or persuing nymphs and mortal women, and sometimes boys and animals. The satyr was associated with Pan and Dionysos, however the ivy wreath of the woman in the scene identifies her as a maenad, a follower of Dionysos. The krater was used for mixing and serving wine at symposia, and satyr scenes or Dionysian imagery is common to this type of vessel. The reverse depicts two youths with walking sticks.
This model was compiled in Agisoft Metashape from 791 colour-checked images. Retopology was conducted using Instant Meshes, and editing within Blender to reduce digital artefacts.