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Oinochoe with trefoil mouth, from Rhodos, Museum Athen, handmade and handpainted, 32 cm, 2,6 kg

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Weight per unit: 2,6 kg

The following link leads you directly to the National Museum (please scroll down to the images):

www.namuseum.gr/en/collection/archaiki-periodos-2/


That Rhodian Oinochoe with cloverleaf pouring opening, 

a single-handed jug, was used as a pouring vessel, often for wine. Typically the opening in the form of a cloverleaf, which can be found more frequently in this vase shape. On the body there are representations of water birds and wild goats grazing around the Oinochoe.
The neck of the Oinochoe has a meander pattern, while the foot area shows open and closed flowers alternately. 

The Oinochoe is dated 670 BC and is an exhibit of the National Archaeological Museum in Athens under inventory no. A 12717, found on the island of Rhodes. Hand-painted replica in original size.

A seal on the handle bears the inscription "MUSEUM COPY", on the back "HAND MADE IN GREECE".
 

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