A dark grey slip glazed pottery beaker of elongated form with a wide mouth. This type of vessel was produced in the North European provinces of the Roman empire, centres of manufacture have been found in southern Britain and the Rhine valley in Germany.
Roman, 4th Century AD
15.6 x 9.2 cms
Neck repaired with three small patches of professional restoration
Ex. private collection; Bonn, Germany; acquired mid to late 20th Century.
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