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Globular Jug with Geometric Decoration
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Globular Jug with Geometric Decoration


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Description This example of the popular pinched-spout jug is decorated with red paint on a pale background and is called Bichrome Ware. There were two distinct styles of this ceramic ware in Cyprus at this time: the "rectilinear," which features triangles, diamonds, and rectangles, was common in the eastern and southern regions of the island; the "circle" style, shown here, with groups of concentric circles, was found mostly in the western and northern areas.
Provenance William H. Smith, Alexandria, VA; Walters Art Museum, 1973, by purchase.
Credit Museum purchase with funds provided by the S. & A.P. Fund, 1973

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8th-7th century BCE (Cypro-Archaic I)
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Ceramics
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Accession Number
48.2347
Measurements
7 5/8 in. (19.3 cm)
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