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This ceremonial earthenware pot in the shape of a goat named "Rhyton" was used as offering vessels in religious ceremonies in ancient Anatolian civilizations.

Signed by its craftsman, the object was made in red clay from Cappadocia, then polished with a piece of iron; a polishing technique used by craftsmen of the Urartu civilization (11,000-9,000) to make pottery harder and shinier before the use of glaze was discovered.

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Terracotta Rhyton Ceremonial Pot Replica

SKU: 2011
    • Made of red clay from Cappadocia
    • 100% natural
    • 100% handmade
    • Craft Piece


    • Height: 5,11 inch
    • Width: 6,29 inch

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