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Bucchero amphora, burnished black. Carination was marked with a burnished groove. incised striation was added to the body between the carination and the base with six to eight lines per cm. Two grooves were also incised along each side of the exterior of the handles.
- Made in: Cerveteri (possibly)
- Rasmussen 1b (ii)
- Height: 111 millimetres
- Diameter: 62 millimetres (rim)
- Diameter: 38 millimetres (base)
Greek & Roman Antiquities
- 3299-1853 (V&A)
Pottery amphora, Bucchero ware, with two handles marked on the edge with two lines, a circular flat foot, circular flaring mouth and a convex body marked with vertical ribbed lines, worn and chipped, and there is traces of a whitish deposit in places.
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Object reference number: GAA68927
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