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Date Made/Found: 600-475 BC
Material and Medium: Ceramic
Dimensions: Height 760mm; height with handles 895mm; mouth diameter 120mm; body diameter approx 500mm
Place Object Found: Cyprus
Department: Archaeology
Accession Number: J97.51
This basket-handled amphora is a classic type made in Cyprus. It would have contrasted with Phoenician and Greek transport jars in circulation at the same time. Many of these amphoras have been found in shipwrecks.
Display Location: Weston Park Museum

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