2. Chalice from Chios, Meander painting
Vase paintings with meanders usually boasted of a decorative border painted from a continuous line. A classic example of this style of painting is the Chalice from Chios dating back to 600 BC. It has an ornamental frieze which depicts wild goats walking in succession of each other. The painting also incorporates other motifs like hook meanders and a false meander. The meanders are painted in a row with six horizontal bars.