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Canosan Vase in the Form of a Woman's Head - PF.0339
Origin: Magna Graecia
Circa: 350 BC to 250 BC
Dimensions: 15.75" (40.0cm) high x 5" (12.7cm) wide
Collection: Classical Antiquities
Medium: Terracotta

Additional Information: Currently in Korea_ 2020.05.14

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One of a pair, this graceful vessel was used to pour offerings of wine or milk onto the tomb of some ancient person--almost certainly a woman--who lived during the flower of the Classical age. The head itself may represent a goddess, perhaps a protector of women, or an idealized feminine beauty that still delights the senses. We are reminded of those long ago lives- -full of laughter, color, tears and dreams--which perhaps were not so very different from our own. - (PF.0339)


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