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Spherical amphora

Second half of IV cent. B.C.Pottery: plastics, engobe, painting. Height 18 cm, diameter 18,5 cm. Inv.No PCP 71.

Spherical amphora, middle form, with short neck, deflected from inside corollas, bossy body, conic palette part and with symmetrically allocated two handles with end-to-end holes. Two belts of zigzags are under the corollas. Painting with dark- and light-brown dye is made on the body. This created two-level composition. Bottom level is filled with tagents by way of ovals and skew ribbons. Top level is divided with ornament belts into six areas. Every area contains archwise festoon, created by parallel lines. Outside teeth are allocated under corolla and the ovals from inside.