Roman Nabatean Terracotta Jug

Description
Roman Nabatean Terracotta Jug
100 BC - 100 AD

Interesting Ancient Roman Nabatean terracotta jug with conical shaped, squat base. Ribbed decoration to the exterior. Small handle attached to the shoulder. Nabataeans were Arab descent people inhabited region of modern Jordan and Israel territory. They flourished between 4th Centrury BC and 106 AD when Nabataean Kingdom was conquered by Trajan, annexing it to the Roman Empire to become Arabia Petraea province. They are the best known today for the magnificent ruins of its capital city – Petra.

This item includes a Certificate of Authenticity.

Material: Terracotta

Condition: Good, see photos

Date: 100 BC - 100 AD

Size: H:77mm / W:60mm ; 50g

Provenance: The Supplier warrants that is has obtained this lot in a legal manner.
Provenance: Private collection of a West London gentleman; previously in a collection formed on the UK/International art market in the 1990s.

Lot details
Culture
Roman Nabatean
Material
Terracotta
Object
Jug
Century/ Timeframe
100 BC - 100 AD
Condition
Good Condition, See Photo
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