Terracotta trozella (two-handled jar)

Native Italic, Apulian, Messapian

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 161

The Messapian trozella was the precursor of the nestoris, a two-handled jar produced by Lucanian and Apulian workshops. Examples of nestorides are on view in nearby cases.

Terracotta trozella (two-handled jar), Terracotta, Native Italic, Apulian, Messapian

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