Two friezes, the inner one representing a hare-hunt: Four hounds running at full speed to right after a hare, which flees towards a net, behind which a hunter (the λίνόπτης) crouches to left; he is nude and beardless, with drapery over right arm and a stick in left hand.
Outer frieze: Crow (?) and fox confronted (twice repeated); similar bird to right with wings extended (the heads of this and the first bird are obliterated); snake to right, scorpion to left, and snake to left. In the field, imitation inscriptions.
(Source: The British Museum)