Terracotta Amphora jar 540 B.C. Vase Sirens Ancient Greek Pottery Ceramic Chalcidian
Handmade in Greece
Height : 26 cm / (10.24 inches)
Width : 15,5 cm / (8.6 in)
Net Weight: 1,13 kgr (2,5 lb)
Material: : Clay- Genuine Ceramic
Our vase is a copy of an amphora, 540 B.C. Attributed to the Painter of the Cambridge Hydria, which is exhibited in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Obverse and reverse, on the shoulder, sirens.
on the body, cocks flanking a floral.
This type of very fine black-figure vase is found primarily in southern Italy and was probably made there. It is known as Chalcidian because some examples carry inscriptions in the script used at the city of Chalkis, on the island of Euboea.
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