The famous Attic White Kylix depicts god Apollo sitting on a cross-legged stool. He wears a white chiton, which is fastened with pins at the shoulders, and a Phoenician red himation wrapped around the lower part of his body. His blonde hair is loosely pulled back and wears a laurel wreath. In his left hand, he holds his seven-stringed lyre, its soundbox made of a turtle shell. This lyre was gifted to him by his brother Hermes. With his right hand, he performs a libation, by pouring wine out of a phiale. The raven, Apollo’s sacred bird is also in the scene.
Copy from Original Attic White Kylix, 480 BC - Archaeological Museum of Delphi