Truncated cone-shaped vessel with two handles decorated with black geometric motifs. It is a Proto-Corinthian kotyle of a subgeometric style dated in the first half of the 7th century BC. This pre-classical Greek ceramic vessel is an example of the trade of luxury products which the Phoenicians carried out throughout the Mediterranean. Its discovery in a tomb is linked to the funerary banquets with a Greek influence which the Phoenicians would adopt.


  • Title: Kotyle
  • Date Created: 690 - 620 BC.
  • Location: Almuñécar. Granada
  • Type: Vessels
  • Medium: Clay

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