Ceramics created by the Greeks were far superior to anything made by civilizations that preceded it. The Greeks produced vases, urns and bowls. They were known for their craftsmanship. Unlike oriental pottery which came in all kinds of shapes, ancient Greek pottery was more limited, comprised of only a few dozen shapes that changed little over time.
- Terracotta (fired clay) perfume vase in the form of a sandaled left foot.
- Date: Mid-6th century B.C.
- Dimensions: Height 5.1 inch (13 cm) Length 4.7 inch (12 cm) Width 2 inch (2 cm)
- Condition: The handle is damaged. It consists of two large fragments. Small parts in the middle of the handle are lost.
- Find Location: The Ancient Greek colony Olbia, Ukraine.
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