26 - 27 October 2004
AN EARLY CORINTHIAN POTTERY ALABASTRON
CIRCA 600 B.C.
The body with two facing heraldic cockerels flanking an inverted lotus and palmette motif, rosettes in the field, tongues and dots on mouth and neck and a six-pointed star on the base, details incised and in added purple
3 7/8 in. (9.8 cm.) high
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Animals, 1981, I, no. 92; and Noah's Ark, 1997, no. 36.
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