Side A: Heracles and Eurystheus. Herakles threatens Eurystheus with the Erymanthean boar, which he holds on his shoulder. Eurystheus cowers inside a pithos with his arms upraised. The scene is flanked by Athena (with spear and shield) and another female onlooker. Side B: Departure of a warrior (hoplite with low-crested Corinthian helmet, spear and round shield) accompanied by a dog; an old man gestures goodbye with his right hand and a woman looks on. Addorsed palmettes on neck; complex palmette tendril patterns below handles; interlinked lotus and upright rays below scene. The vase is reconstructed from fragments.