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Beaked jug

Beaked jug

Beaked jug

Impasto

H: 26; Diam: 20.8 cm

Accession number:

84.81.437

Archaeology/Classical Archaeology

The vase was once decorated with bronze buttons that were lost but their imprints are clearly visible. On the shoulder a richly decorated frieze consisting of modeled ribs, impressed grooves, lines - plain or hatched - and triangles especially below the handle. The ribbon handle is bordered by hatched lines, and the imprint of two bronze buttons is visible at the top. The provenance is probably Bisenzio.

From the Israel Museum publications:

Jucker, Ines, Italy of the Etruscans, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, 1991, English

Exhibitions:

Italy of the Etruscans: Archaeological finds from the First Millenium, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, 18/06/1991 - 18/11/1991