Next on the right is a lapith armed with shield and helmet, who seems to be dragging the Centaur by the hair.
It was as if the lapith and Centaurs had got together by the ears.
The lapith has fallen with his left leg bent under him; his left arm rests on a stone, which he grasps in his left hand.
The combat of the centaurs and lapith is told at some length, with too many names and too little unity.
A chlamys hangs from the right arm of the lapith, and passes behind his back.
It was but a little to the north of the land of the lapith, whose name, in its latter two-thirds, is I-apod.
On the right of this figure is a group of a lapith attacking a Centaur.
In the fight that followed, Theseus joined with the lapith, and many of the Centaurs were slain.
The head of the lapith is a cast 137 from the original, which is now in the Louvre.
On each side of him is a group of three, a centaur trying to carry off a woman and a lapith striking at him.