Pair of egyptian alabaster ointment jug, Late Period, 664-323 B.C.

Material:  Alabaster
Conservation:  Good condition
Material:  Alabaster
Dimensions:  5 cm / 5,5 cm
Provenance:  Private collection / Archaeological Gallery, Spain, 2015 / This piece is accompanied by an export certificate from the Spanish Ministry of Culture No. 2020/00822 with date 14/02/2020 and certificate of authenticity.
600€
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Alabaster is one of the most precious materials of Ancient Egypt, used for funerary furnishings and the most complex rites of mummification. This type of container was used to contain the ointments typical of mummification. Its stylization and design make it one of the most stylized ointments preserved from Egyptian antiquity. This set of jugs are of simple and stylized design, being an elegant example of these designs.

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