|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Date Made:||299-200 BCE|
|Outside Diameter:||14.5 cm|
|Other Number:||99-194 - Philadelphia Museum of Art Number|
Libation vessel, no bottom. In form of male head with neck and trefoil spout projecting vertically from top of head. Handle, roughly circular in section, rises from back of head to a point above spout and down to back of spout. Head is clean shaven. Jaw line and chin form a triangle. Ears stick out prominently. Recomposed from a number of pieces. Traces of white and, in spout, also of red. Light brown clay.
|[Book] Pryce, F. N. 1932. CVA: British Museum.. London. CVA, British Museum. Vol. Fascicule 7. Type Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: IV.D.a, pl. 19, nos. 4-6||View Objects related to this Type Citation|
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