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VA10

Reference: VA10 / Cat. No.

Period: Roman

Origin: Probably Cyprus

Date: 40 100 AD

Description:

Concave discus encircled by moulding, depicting hunter (Meleager?) running to l. holding spear in his l. hand, above dog running l. Angled nozzle pierced with vent hole and flanked by volutes. Wide base-ring.


Fabric: Dark buff clay with mottled dark and light brown slip.


Manufacture: Mould made.

Size (cm): L. 8.6, W. 6.2, H. 2.4

Notes:
Cf. (type) BMC III, Q2362; Semitic Museum, Harvard, 1995.10.993; (subject) Menzel, 125; Loeschcke, 102; Deneauve, 686.





Last edited: 22-04-2009

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