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Pottery amphora with a biconical body, a tapering neck and two double rolled handles; decorated with dots around the neck and bands at the shoulder.
- 5thC BC
- Made in: Attica
- Excavated/Findspot: Fikellura Cemetery, Tomb 63
- (Europe,Greece,Dodecanese,Rhodes,Fikellura Cemetery (Kamiros))
- Height: 35.3 centimetres
- Diameter: 27.4 centimetres
The tomb number is indicated by a scratched number '63' on the foot of the amphora. According to Biliotti's diary, the amphora was the sole find in tomb 63 (apart from bones).
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Object reference number: GAA42646
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