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Aryballos

This small oil flask or ‘aryballos’ is decorated with brown and red geometric patterns and concentric circles. Its provenance suggests it was excavated by Sir Alfred Biliotti during his important...

Aryballos

This cream coloured wheel-spun pottery vessel was possibly used for perfumed oils. It is decorated with bands of umber. The man who donated this object to the museum was...

Aryballos

This ‘aryballos’, or perfume vessel, is decorated with an image of the goddess of victory (Nike). It belonged to Lieutenant Colonel Montague who collected over 800 classical archaeological objects, which...

Aryballos

This is an ancient Greek Attic red-figure ware lekythos (oil juglet with specific funerary use). It is decorated with a palmette design. Its provenance suggests it was excavated by...

Alabastron

This ancient Greek unguent bottle or alabastron has a round base, one small vertical lug handle and a round flattened lip. It was used for storing oil....

Aryballos

This is an ancient Greek Corinthian ware oil jar, or aryballos. It has been in the museum’s collection for many years but it was not recorded where it was found...

Aryballos

This aryballos, or oil jar, was donated to the museum in 1874 and it is not known where the donor collected it or where it was found....

Aryballos

This ancient Greek red figure ware jug is missing its rim and handle. The decoration depicts a male figure and a centaur, with a band decorated with fish underneath....

Aryballos

This flask, or aryballos, was made in the Cypriot Iron Age and is decorated with Two circles in dark brown and red. It is one of many objects found in...

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