Unguent bottle

Description
This is an unguent bottle or alabastron used for storing oil. It has been in the museum’s collections for many years but unfortunately it was not recorded where it was found or who donated it. It is thought to have been found in Cyprus.
Accession Loan No.
44/1951/24
Collection Class
Foreign archaeology
Common Name
unguent bottle
Simple Name
vessel
Full Name
alabastron, unguent bottle
Period Classification
Hellenistic - 336-146 BC
Family Group

Material
pottery
Collection Site Name
Cyprus?
Collection Area Region
SE
Collection Continent
Europe

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