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Black glazed pottery bowl.
Ridged splayed foot reserved on the base and a convex shaped body.
Decorated on the interior with a cast of a Syracusan medallion (decadrachm) in relief, with head of Persephone to left, wreathed, and fishes in the field. It is surrounded by a circle of palmettes and concentric cirles of hatched markings.
Below the neck, the inscription EVAI..., Έύαίνετος.
Diameter: 12.25 centimetres
Height: 5 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- BM Cat. Vases
Evans, Syracusan Medallions, in Numismatic Chronicle, 3rd Ser. Vol. 11 (1891), p. 319; T. Reinach in Rev. Arch. N. S. xxiv. (1894), p. 173.
- Not on display
- Large frgaments of body now missing, partially reconstructed, the glaze is chipped and has worn to a silver metallic colour in places.
- Acquisition date
- Greek and Roman
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