Jarro de Espartinas

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Jug Espartinas

Cast bronze.

Height, 35 cm diameter mouth, 18.4 cm

VI-V centuries BC


Espartinas, Sevilla.

Jarro bill which combines elements tartésico Punic, Greek and local. As an incidental finding, no data archaeological context, although it is known a similar issue and well documented, as is the one that appeared in one of the rooms of the "palace" of Roan Cancho (Zalamea la Serena Badajoz), a major institution building V century a. C. The jars of this type, but fall within the so-called culture "oriental" was sharply away from the models relate to Eastern and area productions of Etruscan-Italic. Some specimens are of late date, as the Archaeological Museum of Granada, from the hill of Jar (Benalúa de las Villas, Granada), which has been linked within the context of the fourth century BC Iberian C. despite also be a chance finding.


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