Egyptian balsamarium (bottle for unguents or perfumes) consisting of a male figure kneeling in front of a waterskin, on which he rests his left arm (the right arm is lost). On the top of his head a tall palm tree forms the mouth of the jar.
Title: Ceramic balsamarium
Date Created: 590-580 BC circa
Location Created: Taranto, Contrada Vaccarella, via Messapia, 1926
Physical Dimensions: 9.7 cm (height); 4.2 cm (width)