Pottery pilgrim-flask marked on either side of the exterior of the body with a relief of Scylla brandishing a sword in right hand, with two dolphins below, one ridged handle and a rectangular foot with a hole in the base, the mouth is now broken with fragments missing, worn and chipped, and there are traces of a whitish deposit in places.


Thing

Made Of
pottery
Type of Thing
pilgrim flask
Subject
mammal

People

Depicted
Scylla

Place

Time

Acquired In
1772
Period/Culture
Western Greek, Hellenistic

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