Copper alloy situla with two loops on the rim but no longer a wire handle. The exterior is decorated in low relief in two registers with a procession of deities. The base is decorated with a floral design. Situla is a Latin word for bucket, and this object would have contained a liquid and be used during religious rituals in a tomb or temple. CONDITION NOTE 1998: small areas of corrosion, pitted, concretions.