Heraldic lions flanking a stylized palmette design
The conventional subject on this jug is executed with expert precision and delicacy. The ultimate inspiration for both the motifs and the shape is Corinthian pottery, imported to Italy in significant quantities during the seventh and sixth centuries B.C.
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