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Date Made/Found: 600-475 BC
Material and Medium: Ceramic
Dimensions: Height 125mm; max diameter 115mm
Place Object Found: Cyprus
Department: Archaeology
Accession Number: J97.92
This is a spouted jug. It was most likely found in Amathus, a site near the modern city of Limassol in Cyprus. The potter decorated it with painted 'eyes' which makes the spout look like a nose.
Display Location: Weston Park Museum

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