Kotyle card

Courtesy of National Museums Liverpool, World Museum

Kotyle

1981.1112.26

Currently not on display

Information

Bucchero sottile kotyle (a deep, straight-sided drinking vessel) of early type, decoration of rouletted fan pattern above, incised rays on base. This vessel was likely to have been made in a workshop in Cerveteri, although some were produced at Tarquinia, and many distributed as far as Carthage and beyond.