Bronze hydria ("kalpis") with fluted handles. Greek, 4th century B.C.
Attic volute krater representing athletes and aulos player, 470 BC, by the Altamura painter, red-figure pottery from Tomb 381 in the Necropolis of Valle Trebba, Emilia-Romagna, Italy. Italic Civilization, 5th Century BC.
Mixing bowl (volute krater). Greek, South Italian - the Varrese Painter, about 340 BCE. The Varrese Painter was an Apulian red-figure vase painter. His works are dated to the middle of the 4th century BCE. His conventional name is derived from the Varrese hypogeum (a rock-cut grave complex) at Canosa di Puglia, which contained several vases painted by him.