5 - 6 December 2001
A FRAGMENTARY SABEAN ALABASTER OFFERING TABLE
Circa 1st Century A.D.
The edge of with the remains of an inscription, the foot with four stylized reclining ibexes carved in relief with characteristic high-arching curled horns, small bulbous eyes, and small rectangular beards, a trough spout running between the pairs and terminating in a stylized bull's head
14½ in. (36.9 cm) long
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For related examples see p. 30-35 in Cleveland, An Ancient South Arabian Necropolis.
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