Silver hollow amphora handle in the form of a winged bull with its head turned backwards: the base flares out and has three rivet holes for attachment to the shoulder of the jar; it is not entirely clear how the forelegs were fixed to the rim, but there are traces of what may have been a mortice into which a tenon projecting from the rim could have been riveted.

An00020545 001 l

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