General Name: Oinochoe 
Category: Vessel 
Location: 1st Floor, showcase ?BYZANTINE ERA? 
Origin: Kozani, from the landscaping of 25th March square 
Brief Description: Oinochoe, almost intact. A small part of the neck is missing. The rim and the handle are restored from many pieces. The body is almost spherical, without a particularly formed base. On the lower part of the body, there is a large circular hollow with a mastoid process in the centre. The neck is short, narrow, cylindrical, with a hollow profile that ends up in a tall rim with a curved profile, opening up outwards. The handle is vertical, with ellipsoid cross-section, it begins from the upper part of the body and ends up at the rim, slightly protruding from it. On the circular hollow, at the lower part of the body, the outer skin of the vessel is blackened and there are traces of burning. 
Aggregation:
Total of Parts:
Dimensions: External d. of circular hollowing: 0.08 m. / rim d.: 0.06 m. / h.: 0.157 m. 
Techiniques:
Condition: Rather good 
Date:  
Material: Orange clay with several mixtures 
Mean of Accession: Vessel 
Time of Accession:  
Enroller: Ioanna Benioudaki 
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Oinochoe

Oinochoe

Oinochoe