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Very large ancient Cypriot Late Bronze Age pottery jug, circa 1650 BC

Very large ancient Cypriot Late Bronze Age pottery jug, circa 1650 BC

Ashmolean Museum: PotWeb: Early Saxon pottery 7 roduction centre made in Rhineland and northern France Distribution northern Europe Use as a container Date 6th - 7th century AD

Ashmolean Museum: PotWeb: Early Saxon pottery 7 roduction centre made in Rhineland and northern France Distribution northern Europe Use as a container Date 6th - 7th century AD

1150 - 1250. Jug | York Museums Trust. Jug with copper green glaze over all exterior except near basal edge. Decorated throughout with small circular bosses with equal-armed cross in relief. Tubular spout attached to neck with bridge.

1150 - 1250. Jug | York Museums Trust. Jug with copper green glaze over all exterior except near basal edge. Decorated throughout with small circular bosses with equal-armed cross in relief. Tubular spout attached to neck with bridge.

Roman Blown Glass Pitcher with Applique of a Bacchant.

Roman Blown Glass Pitcher with Applique of a Bacchant.

Roman, 1st century A.D.

Roman, 1st century A.D.

Mervingian, 6th c. Pottery jar: wheel-turned grey ware; high carinated shoulder; concave neck; row of individual rosette stamps above shoulder.

Mervingian, 6th c. Pottery jar: wheel-turned grey ware; high carinated shoulder; concave neck; row of individual rosette stamps above shoulder.

Anglo-Saxon pot (probably from Kent/Dover Museum, based on photoset)

Anglo-Saxon pot (probably from Kent/Dover Museum, based on photoset)

Syria, first half of the 14th century

Syria, first half of the 14th century

Islamic Dark Blue Glass Vase - BB.1109  Origin: Central Asia  Circa: 700 AD to 900 AD

Islamic Dark Blue Glass Vase - BB.1109 Origin: Central Asia Circa: 700 AD to 900 AD

Medieval Novgorod Pottery

Medieval Novgorod Pottery