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Date Made/Found: 1750-1550 BC
Material and Medium: Ceramic
Dimensions: Height of bowl 65mm; height with handle 80mm; max width 105mm
Place Object Found: Cyprus
Department: Archaeology
Accession Number: 1960.38
This ceramic vessel was found in Cyprus and dates to 1750-1550 BC. People used it to to drink or pour out their favourite beverage, most likely wine. It is decorated with carefully incised lines and painted with black slip.
Display Location: Weston Park Museum

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