- Accession Number: JHUAM HT 885
- Measurements: Length: 11cm, Width: 7.8cm , Height: 3.8cm
- Material: Ceramic
- Culture/Date: Roman, 1st C. CE
- Provenance: Pompeii, Italy
The discus decoration contains a krater (a type of vase commonly used for mixing wine) flanked by two panthers. The border of the discus presents a floral-vegetal decoration. A similar composition can be seen in this example from the British Museum (Lamp Q3106). The krater, the panther and the vegetal decoration (probably vines) were part of the imagery typical of the cult of Bacchus (the Greek Dionysus).