Ancient Roman Terracotta 220 - 11×10×10 cm - (1)

Description
Ancient Roman Terracotta 220 - 11×10×10 cm - (1)
2-6 d.C. (A.D.) - U.K.

Terracotta container used as a water bottle by Roman legionaries. It has circular stretch marks and bulging in the central part, to facilitate its handling.

The cap used to be made of ceramic or cloth, or even cork.

Very rare book

2nd century to 6th century A.D. (A.D.)

provenance: auction Bonhams 1998

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Lot details
Culture
Ancient Roman
Material
Terracotta
Number of objects
1
Object
220
Dimensions
11×10×10 cm
Century/ Timeframe
2-6 d.C. (A.D.)
Origin
U.K.
Condition
Good Condition, See Photo
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