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Oinochoe

This Greek pottery wine jug or ‘oinochoe’ is decorated to make it look like a more expensive metal jug. It has a one handle, a ring base and a trefoil...

Oinochoe

This ancient Greek wine jug has been in the museum collections for many years, but unfortunately it was not recorded where it was found or who donated it to the...

Oinochoe

This ancient Greek wine jug has been in the museum collections for many years, but unfortunately it was not recorded where it was found or who donated it to the...

Oinochoe

This round-bellied jug (oinochoe) has a long narrow neck, splayed round lip and one handle. It has a raised spiral design on the body and around the neck which is...

Oinochoe

This is a small red figure ware wine jug called an oinochoe or chous. The neck of the jug is broken and the handle is missing. The image shows a...

Oinochoe

This type of jug was used in ancient Greece for pouring wine. This one is decorated with a young man and a seated woman who is holding a mirror and...

Jug

This is ancient Greek oinochoe was found in the tombs of Aegina in Greece. It is thought to date from the Middle Bronze Age....

Jug

This is a black slip ware jug or oinochoe, sometimes known as Cypro Bucchero Ware. It has a ring base and is decorated with vertical incised lines which imitate more...

Jug

This is an oinochoe, or jug, with a flat base, tall vertical handle and round splayed lip. It was donated to the museum in 1922 with other examples of ‘ancient...

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