Miniature alabaster pithoid jar


On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 171

Cypriot craftsmen of the Late Bronze Age often combined different influences into their own creations. The shape of this stone vase is purely Mycenaean Greek, but the use of alabaster likely reflects Egyptian influence.

Miniature alabaster pithoid jar, Gypsum (alabaster), Cypriot

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