13 June 2000
AN EAST GREEK OMPHALOS PHIALE
circa late 6th century b.c.
The shallow bowl with a ridged rim, the omphalos with an incised rosette framed by a thin hatched ridge, a wide flat ridge, and a band of incised and stippled lotus motifs
61/8 in. (15.6 cm) in diameter
Dr. Elie Borowski
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Arts de l'ancien Iran, no. 205.
Arts de l'ancien Iran, Museé Borély, Marseilles, 1975.
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