A small jar with two handles resembling an amphora. This shape of this bottle is sometimes called an amphoriskos (from Greek, “small amphora”) and was used for perfume or oil. Core-formed manufacture. Translucent greyish-blue glass with opaque yellow horizontal trails on shoulder and upper and lower body; zig-zag trails of opaque yellow and turquoise between these. A relief trail of opaque yellow circles the rim, with the handles made from of a greyish-blue glass. CONDITION NOTE 1998: Chipped, pitted, surface dirt.