Roman Holy Land Pottery Bowl

£ 195.00

A Roman bowl in orange terracotta, a good example of Roman everyday household useage. Of solid workmanship, the vessel has a wide rim which overhangs the interior, sloping away to the perimeter, a carinated body underneath and leads to a short stemmed foot.

Date: Circa 3rd - 5th Century BC
Condition: Fine condition; complete and intact, with earthy accretions, particularly on the underside.


SKU: AS-3600 Category:

The Holy Land is the area considered sacred to Christians, Jews, and Muslims. It lies between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea. It had long been part of the Roman Empire by the time this flagon was made. At the time this jug was made, the Roman Empire as a whole was on the bring of collapse, and would soon divide into the Western Roman Empire and the Eastern Roman Empire.

Weight 874 g
Dimensions W 24.7 x H 5.5 cm
Pottery and Porcelain