Vaso Campaniforme

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Pottery made by hand.

Height, 12 cm wide, 14.3 cm

2200-1700 BC


Ecija, Sevilla.

It is the first vessel known within his typology. It was found in 1888 and has been associated with a funerary context, although the circumstances of the discovery are unknown. Beaker pottery owes its name to the bell-shaped some of his vessels, being as its profuse decoration characteristic tiptoe, enhanced by a filling of white paste. It is a ceramic type that spreads rapidly throughout Western Europe in the late Bronze Age.


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Plaza de América, s/n
41013 Sevilla

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