Greek Apulian polychrome terracotta Phiale, 4th century B.C.

The Ancient Greeks were great producers of ceramics, highlighting among them the most exquisite typologies used for festivities and banquets. This fíala is a dish with round and shallow handles that served to make libations of milk, honey or wine in honor of the gods.


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