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Found at Tyre, Al-Bass necropolis (see Tyrus on Pleiades)

Iron Age II (ca. 950-600 BCE)

Limestone

 

In the collection of the National Museum of Beirut, Lebanon.

 

Photographed on display in the exhibit "Carthago. Il mito immortale/Carthage: The Immortal Myth" (Colosseum, Rome, 27 September 2019-29 March 2020).

Table-amphora with stone lid used as an urn and a bone scarab (see next photo). The trefoil oinochoe belongs instead to Tomb 46.

Found at Tyre, Al-Bass necropolis (see Tyrus on Pleiades)

Iron Age II (ca. 950-600 BCE)

 

In the collection of the National Museum of Beirut, Lebanon.

 

Photographed on display in the exhibit "Carthago. Il mito immortale/Carthage: The Immortal Myth" (Colosseum, Rome, 27 September 2019-29 March 2020).

Amphora with stone lid used as an urn, a mushroom-lipped jug, a plate, and a trefoil oinochoe (for which, see the photo of Tomb 45).

Found at Tyre, Al-Bass necropolis (see Tyrus on Pleiades)

Iron Age II (ca. 950-600 BCE)

 

In the collection of the National Museum of Beirut, Lebanon.

 

Photographed on display in the exhibit "Carthago. Il mito immortale/Carthage: The Immortal Myth" (Colosseum, Rome, 27 September 2019-29 March 2020).

Found at Tyre, Al-Bass necropolis (see Tyrus on Pleiades)

Iron Age II (ca. 950-600 BCE)

 

In the collection of the National Museum of Beirut, Lebanon.

 

Photographed on display in the exhibit "Carthago. Il mito immortale/Carthage: The Immortal Myth" (Colosseum, Rome, 27 September 2019-29 March 2020).

From Tomb 45

Found at Tyre, Al-Bass necropolis (see Tyrus on Pleiades)

Iron Age II (ca. 950-600 BCE)

 

In the collection of the National Museum of Beirut, Lebanon.

 

Photographed on display in the exhibit "Carthago. Il mito immortale/Carthage: The Immortal Myth" (Colosseum, Rome, 27 September 2019-29 March 2020).

Front lid: Achilles is wearing his armour to join the other Greek leaders in the War of Troy after Ulysses found him at Skyros.

Front lid: Achilles drags the body of Hector and Priam begs Achilles to give him the body of his son.