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Vessels and containers (Egyptian Graeco-Roman and Nubian Meroitic era)

Pilgrim flask decorated with an African couple, Alexandria, Graeco-Roman Period (ca. 2nd - 1st century BC), 9.6 x Ø 7.6 cm.

Pilgrim flask decorated with an African couple, Alexandria, Graeco-Roman Period (ca. 2nd - 1st century BC), 9.6 x Ø 7.6 cm.

© Gayer Anderson Museum, Cairo
Spherical pottery vessel with floral, animal and bird decoration, Meroitic era (270 BC - AD 320), 14.7 x Ø 15.7 cm.

Spherical pottery vessel with floral, animal and bird decoration, Meroitic era (270 BC - AD 320), 14.7 x Ø 15.7 cm.

© Egyptian Museum, Cairo / Ahmed Amin
Glazed faience vase, Mit Rahina or Memphis, Roman Period (ca. 2nd century AD), 16.6 x 17 x Ø 14.5 cm.

Glazed faience vase, Mit Rahina or Memphis, Roman Period (ca. 2nd century AD), 16.6 x 17 x Ø 14.5 cm.

© Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum, Hildesheim

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Material
Ceramics | Clay | Stone
Type
Utensils and vessels
Details
Ceramic, faience, alabaster (calcite), other flasks and vessels, decorated and/or inscribed.
Red List
Emergency Red List of Egyptian Cultural Objects at Risk
Countries
Egypt
Period
Egyptian Graeco-Roman and Nubian Meroitic era (332 BC – AD 395)