GREEK TERRACOTTA DEPAS AMPHIKYPELLON

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Two-handled beaker or so-called depas amphikypellon, cylindrical body with flaring rim and two large ear-shaped handles. Orange clay.

H. 11.5 cm. Intact.
North-west Anatolia
c. 2200-1800 BC

cf. J. Mellaart, The Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Ages in the Near East and Anatolia, Beirut 1966, pp. 160-1, 165 fig. 51.4; C. Belgen, Troy and the Trojans, London 1963, p. 77, fig. 22 top right, pl. 27A

 3.500

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