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Date Made/Found: 30 BC-395 AD
Material and Medium: Wood and organic material
Dimensions: Height 120mm; diameter 52mm
Place Object Found: Luxor
Department: Archaeology
Accession Number: J31.5.78.44
This is a wooden drinking vessel found at Thebes (Luxor), Egypt. It originally had a handle attached. It is bound with plant fibres and is probably made of acacia wood. The vessel was collected by Sheffield antiquarian and radical campaigner Reverend Greville J. Chester (1830–1892).

Text courtesy of Joann Fletcher.
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