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Portion of a green glazed jug recovered from the recent excavations at Downpartick Cathedral but the Centre for Archaeological Fieldwork here in Queen’s.
It was recovered from a midden pit associated with the Benedictine Abbey. It dates from the 13th to 14th centuries and is decorated with encrusted grapes and/or flower motifs. The jug is believed to be locally made and may have been used for pouring wine or mead.
Model created by Dr Siobhan McDermott.