Apulian 4th C BC red ware Skyphos Glaux Kylix. 2 3/4" x 5 " As I understand it it is a type A skyphos that is with handles of the same form opposed where type B has one handle vertical. Red-ware is the painting technique where a natural red clay vessel is overpainted with black and the figures are framed by black backing.Then heated in a kiln. A Skyphos is the name of the type of vessel raised from a foot in a gentle cup shape. Kylix is the designation-a drinking cup. Glaux is Greek for Owl. I believe that Apulia is in Italy and was part of Magna Grecia. Burials were arranged with clay figures and pots that were often associated with symposia-sex and drinking- Glaux, Kraters, Kantharos and Lekythos . Greek wine was diluted before drinking and the host dictated the ratio in the Krater-a mixing bowl , it was imbibed from a Kylix. I have not read this but, I suppose at a funeral wine was mixed in the Krater and mourners drank a toast from the Glaux.