Bronze Age Cypriot Bottle (L.2013.003), mobileYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
A White Painted Ware Cypriot scent bottle dating to the Middle or Late Bronze Age, 1800-1450 BCE.
This bottle is decorated with a monochrome cross-hatched triangle pattern decorating the body, and horizontal lines painted on the neck. A very small loop handle at the shoulder may have been used to hang the bottle on a string. Small bottles such as these are believed to have been used for perfumes and precious liquids. The bottle has a height of 100mm.
The bottle is on display as part of the ‘Cypriot Pottery of the Bronze and Iron Ages’ exhibition of the Hellenic Museum of Melbourne, and is on loan from the Peter Mitrakas and Mary Ann Savas collection.
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