Translucent yellow green. Uneven, knocked-off rim, with bulging collar beneath; cylindrical sides to body, curving in to integral, low base ring; pushed-in bottom. Band of fine abraded horizontal lines below collar; six deep vertical indents in sides. Intact, except for minor cracks in rim; pinprick bubbles and a few glassy inclusions; slight dulling, pitting, and areas of iridescent weathering.
From Cyprus, said to be from a tomb at Idalion (modern Dali)
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