100 AD to 300 AD
7.6″ (19.3cm) high
Such jugs were produced for the transport and storage of liquids early on. Vessels as such would have had thick walls and strong handles.
The jug has a cylindrical body and an applied handle. The rim is out-splayed and the lip rounded. The neck is cylindrical with a tapering at the top. The strap handle is applied on the bottle.
Jugs of this type were found around the eastern and western Roman Empire.Login to view price