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Bronze

From the Monterisi Rossignoli hypogeum, Canosa, Puglia

3rd quarter of the 4th c. BCE

 

Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli, inv. 5725+5726 (cuirass), 5783 (belt)

This vessel, found in a tomb, has an open bottom.

South Italian/Italic, Early Hellenistic period, ca. 300 BCE. Attributed to the Group of the Skylla Askoi.

Said to be from the Italic city of Canosa/Canusium (and almost certainly made there), Apulia, Italy (Pleiades; PECS-Perseus).

 

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Henry Lillie Pierce Fund, 1899: 99.541

More info on museum's website.

This vessel, found in a tomb, has an open bottom.

South Italian/Italic, Early Hellenistic period, ca. 300 BCE. Attributed to the Group of the Skylla Askoi.

Said to be from the Italic city of Canosa/Canusium (and almost certainly made there), Apulia, Italy (Pleiades; PECS-Perseus).

 

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Henry Lillie Pierce Fund, 1899: 99.541

More info on museum's website.

This vessel, found in a tomb, has an open bottom.

South Italian/Italic, Early Hellenistic period, ca. 300 BCE. Attributed to the Group of the Skylla Askoi.

Said to be from the Italic city of Canosa/Canusium (and almost certainly made there), Apulia, Italy (Pleiades; PECS-Perseus).

 

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Henry Lillie Pierce Fund, 1899: 99.541

More info on museum's website.

This vessel, found in a tomb, has an open bottom.

South Italian/Italic, Early Hellenistic period, ca. 300 BCE. Attributed to the Group of the Skylla Askoi.

Said to be from the Italic city of Canosa/Canusium (and almost certainly made there), Apulia, Italy (Pleiades; PECS-Perseus).

 

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Henry Lillie Pierce Fund, 1899: 99.541

More info on museum's website.