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- Date of production 1st half of the 3rd century BC
- Place of creation Greek colonies on the Black Sea
- Dimensions height: 13 cm, diameter: belly: 10.8 cm, outflow: 6 cm
- ID no. MAK/3597
- Object copyright Archaeological Museum in Kraków
- Digital images copyright public domain
- Digitalisation RDW MIC, Małopolska's Virtual Museums project
This mug was part of the tomb gifts of the ‘princess’ from Ryzhanovka. It rested in a bronze situla, which probably contributed to the fact that it was in perfect condition. The entire vessel is carved out of one piece of metal. The ornament consists of vertical forged stripes, centred around...more
This mug was part of the tomb gifts of the ‘princess’ from Ryzhanovka. It rested in a bronze situla, which probably contributed to the fact that it was in perfect condition. The entire vessel is carved out of one piece of metal. The ornament consists of vertical forged stripes, centred around a rosette decorating the bottom. In the middle part, at the widest point, there is a gilded frieze, which is 2.2 cm wide, depicting a species of animal and the drawing of an unspecified plant. An almost identical vessel was discovered in 1996 in the tomb of the ‘prince’, with whom the deceased was most likely connected by family (religious? social?) ties. The unusual similarity of the two vessels gives the impression of their coming from a single ‘family’ of crockery.
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