|Museum Collection||Ashmolean Museum, Oxford|
|Catalogue No.||Oxford 1914.11|
|Beazley Archive No.||11909|
|Ware||Attic Red Figure|
|Shape||Pyxis, Lid Fragment|
|Painter||Attributed to Attic Query|
|Date||ca 425 - 375 B.C.|
Nyx, the winged goddess of the night, flies between a pair of horses or horse-drawn chariots--probably those of the dawn and the moon. She wears a star-spangled dress.