Silver situla (pail) with swinging handles

East Greek

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 152

The shape and decoration of this situla find parallels in the art of the Achaemenids, a Persian dynasty that conquered most of Asia Minor during the sixth century B.C.

Silver situla (pail) with swinging handles, Silver, East Greek

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