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#103 ca 4th-3rd Century B.C. An Ancient Greek more than usually ornamented black glazed terracotta pedestal bowl. From the Greek colonies in Campania, Southern Italy. An attractive bowl, most likely for salt, standing on a small pedestal base, which would have been a common site on Ancient Greek dining tables as salt was a vital and highly prized commodity. In very good condition with no chips and a pleasant example of the type, 110mm in diameter, 78mm high.
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$350
#104 Holy Land, Hellenistic Period, ca 2 nd 1st Century B.C. Nice small pottery jar with side round body and long neck, flared rim and raised base, deep brown color above lighter earthen one, 65 mm tall 53 mm in diameter at widest
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$150
#105 Ancient Roman Glass vessel, most likely for scented oil, not very common shape, 67 mm tall and 30 mm wide, in natural not-cleaned state with a small repair on the rim,
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$125

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