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2-3 centuries AD Their OAM collections The tradition of making zoomorphic vessels similar to the figures of animals and birds goes back to ancient times. Depending on the revered deities, the vessels were given the appearance of various animals, among which the ram was not the last. The red-lacquered figured vessel in the shape of a ram lying with its legs bent is also one of the wonderful works of art. Such vessels were usually made in specialized workshops. The vessel has harmonious proportions. The hair of the animal, covering the neck, chest and sides, is conveyed in deep short strokes, laid in neat rows. The pupils of the protruding eyes, the contour of the nostrils, and the mouth are drawn with a long narrow stripe are carefully selected. There is a drain hole in the animal’s mouth, the neck and handle are located on the back. A Greek inscription has been preserved on the vessel - the name of the master of the manufacturer - KEPDUNAC.