Apulian Gnathia-ware Epichysis (Provincial, ‘Laurel Spray Group’)

Centre for Ancient Cultures Museum

Gnathian Epichysis for pouring perfumed oil and other expensive liquids. Named after the ancient city of Gnathia in Southern Italy (region of Apulia), Gnathian ware vessels were painted in a variety of colours and were characteristic of the late 4th century BCE pottery production in Southern Italy, although also extensively traded to the rest of the Mediterranean. The ovoid curved body leads to a tubular neck and a slender beaked spout joined to the...
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