Small liturgical vase on egg-cup-shaped base, with inscription of the name of a canonical oil that it initially contained.
Inscription: " Kesebet", Egyptian name of a variety of acacia.
Siliceous earthenware with glaze initially two-tone, turquoise
and dark blue for the inscription.
Height: 5 cm - Base diameter: 2.5 cm - Neck diameter: 2.9 cm
Provenance : Cabinet S., Paris, February 2014.
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- Ancient Egyptian
- Miniature liturgical vase, inscribed
- Century/ Timeframe
- 3e Période intermédiaire ou Basse époque, vers 1085 à 332 av. J.C.
- Good Condition, See Photo