Composed of fourteen joined sherds, this fragment gives the upper body of Athena striding to the left. She brandishes her spear with her right hand, and carries a shield (bull blazon) on her left. She wears an aegis (patterned inside with alternating red and black stripes, with incised details in the black), a helmet decorated with a palmette, and a bracelet on her raised arm. Her white skin is well preserved, as is the added red for her clothing, helmet crest and shield rim. At far left, cockerel, standing on a column (the cockerel on the right side is preserved on the joining fragment 81.AE.126.96.36.199). The Etruscan graffito is inscribed to the left of Athena’s head, overlapping the left cockerel.