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Despite a slight formal asymmetry, this vessel is remarkable for its artistic and technical qualities. The profile is rounded, the disk-shaped base is flat, the upturned lip is in relief.
This jar, whose typology is attested in Egypt but also largely documented in the Near Eastern world, has a simple, perfectly globular shape. The body is provided with a small neck and a thick lip.
This object, whose shape recalls a chalice, was carved from a monolith of calcite.
A beautiful alabaster vessel with slender, narrow proportions accentuated by the more or less translucent veins of the stone.
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