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Olive Jar Rim 97-2259, St. Johns Wreck 3D Model
Olive Jar Rim #97-2259. Spanish colonial era ships frequently carried amphora-like earthenware jugs called “olive jars” (botijas in Spanish) to hold wine, oil, & vinegar. These egg-shaped jars were roughly 50 centimeters tall by 30-40 cm in diameter. The St. Johns Wreck, believed to be that of the 1564 galleon Santa Clara, carried at least 130 olive jars; most broke when the ship wrecked – we only know the number by tallying the surviving rims. This rim has an outside diameter of 10.2 cm, and stands 3.5 cm tall. The neck looks to have been sloppily repaired or reinforced with added clay.