This large wheel-made krater, a remarkable example of the Mycenaean Pictorial Style, which provides information on the armour and the dress of the warriors during the Late Bronze Age. The decoration has a narrative character. One side shows six warriors marching to the right. They are dressed in a short chiton with long sleeves, a cuirass that comes down to the waist, and woven shoes. Their armour consists of a horned and crested helmet, a large semi-circular shield, greaves, and a long spear with leaf-shaped blade, from which hangs a sack of supplies. To the left stands a female figure, her arms raised in a gesture of mourning or farewell. The other side illustrates five warriors in similar attire, but with a different helmet. A relief bull's head, bordered by a pair of painted birds, adorns the handles.