Four joined fragments of an amphora (see main entry 86.AE.96). On the broad handle is a dancing satyr, facing right. On the shoulder of the vessel, adjacent to the handle, is a male clad in a chiton and himation (head and upper body missing) - he stands to the left and holds a staff in his right hand. Next to him the left leg and right foot of a male runner are preserved. To the runner's left, the two hind legs of a rearing horse are shown, as well as part of the horse's tail. Below, a band of ribbon pattern. On the lower band, dancing satyrs and maenads, facing left. Preserved are (from left to right) part of the head and upper torso of a satyr; the nose, left arm, and a small part of the garment of a maenad (characterized by the white flesh); the head and upper body of a satyr; the arms of a third satyr.