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'Hadra' Hydria used as a cinerary urn
about 240 BC
Maker: Attributed to the Painter of the Laurel Wreaths
Country: Greece
Fragment from the floor of a shallow bowl
about 100 BC-100 AD
Country: Egypt
Bowl fragment
about 99 BC-99 AD
Country: Egypt
Fragment of a shallow marbled dish
about 1-100 AD
Country: Egypt
Base fragment of a shallow bowl
about 25-50 AD
Country: Egypt
Rim fragment from a straight-walled bowl
about 100 BC-1 AD
Country: Egypt
Egyptian hydria of a Greek type
probably 4th century BC
Country: Egypt
Fragment from the base of a bowl
about 1-50 AD
Country: Egypt
Rim fragment of a small bowl
about 100-1 BC
Country: Egypt
Local copy of a 'Hadra' Hydria used as a cinerary urn
about 250/240-225 BC
Maker: Attributed to the Painter of the Twigless Laurel Leaves
Country: Egypt
'Hadra' Hydria used as a cinerary urn
about 260-200 BC
Country: Greece
Rim fragment of a dish
about 1-50 AD
Country: Egypt
Rim fragment of a bowl
about 100-1 BC
Country: Egypt
Small pyriform jug
4th to 3rd century BC
Country: Egypt
Fragment of a shallow ribbed bowl
about 0-50 AD
Country: Egypt
Rim fragment of a bowl
about 100-1 BC
Country: Egypt
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