In Greek mythology, Sinis was a bandit killed by Theseus on his way to Athens.
An Isthmian outlaw, Sinis would force travelers to help him bend pine trees to the ground and then unexpectedly let go, catapulting the victims through the air. Alternative sources say that he tied people to two pine trees that he bent down to the ground, then let the trees go, tearing his victims apart. This led to him being called Pityocamptes.
HANDMADE & HAND PAINTED IN GREECE
Height: 9 cm (3.5 inches)
Width (without handles): 21 cm (8.2 inches)
(With handles): 27 cm (10.6 inches)
Net Weight: 600 gr (1.3 lb)
Material: Natural Clay
All of our paintings are based on real ancient vases. Explicit sexual representations were common on Athenian black-figure and red-figure vases of the sixth and fifth centuries BC.