A: In the free field at bottom left, frontal view of Ares, head to left, right hand raised and leaning on a spear, left hand lowered beside the body and holding a shield, seen from the side. The figure wears armour, helmet, boots and chlamys. To the right of the image, inscription in eleven lines arranged in pterygoma form:
τανταλαιεμαπιε|ανταλαιεμαπιε|νταλαιεμαπιε|ταλαιεμαπιε|αλαιε[-]πιε||λαι [- -] → διψᾷς Τάνταλε, αἷμα πίε. ’You are thirsty, Tantalos, so drink blood.’ For an overview of the interpretations, see Faraone 2012, 38 ('O Tantalus, because you thirst, drink blood !).
B: Uterus in the form of an amphora, framed by snake-like lines. Inscription around. At the top, in one line: ιαδωνοει, vertically, beginning at top right: σαβαωα; vertically, beginning at top left: ειειλδωα, at the bottom: εηιουω → voces including variant of Ἀδωναΐ, Σαβαώ, the Greek vowel series.
Michel 2001 on CBd-1633