Faience Aryballos

Faience AryballosThis faience vase is a typical example of artistic amalgamation in the ancient Mediterranean. It bears the cartouche (royal symbol) of Pharaoh Amasis. Shaped in the typical 6th c. BC Greek pottery form (Corinthian aryballos), this perfume oil container was made and inscribed in Egypt, and then exported to Cyprus, to end up in the tomb of an elite person at Marion. This vase is part of the Department of Antiquities' (Cyprus) collection.

CountryCyprus
CollectionDepartment of Antiquities, Cyprus/ The Cyprus Institute - STARC
Year569 - 525 BC
Rightshttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/
Repository Pagehttps://www.europeana.eu/item/2020720/HA_55fd5134_b759_4e5e_...
Web Pagehttp://store.carare.eu/uid/iid:3492466/HA:55fd5134-b759-4e5e...
Subject TermsVase
ProviderCARARE