Torpedo-shaped amphora made of burnished red ceramic with two side handles and a cylindrical neck. This container, which belongs to the Iron Age II Canaanite, would have been used to carry concentrated wine or fish paste.
Provenance: Archaeological Gallery, Israel, 2006./ All items that we offer for sale will be combined with an export approval issued by the ministry of the Spanish culture department and certificate of authenticity.
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Important: For destinations out of Spanish territorry: all our object will be shipped after obtaining CERTIFICATE OF EXPORTATION by Ministry of Culture of Spain. We inform our clients that it may take between 4-8 weeks.
- Amphore à vin rougeâtre, 24 cm
- Siècle/ Période
- 900-700 B.C.
- Bon état, voir la photo