Daunian Pottery Double Situla


This double situla is formed from two ovid jars with a flat base and glaring lip joined together with a high arching handle.

In Northern Apulia, which in Classical Antiquity was named Daunia after a legendary king Daunus, people continued to live a prehistoric lifestyle even in Classical times.  This had an effect on the style of their pottery which remained Prehistoric in form and ornament starting as early as +/- 700 BC.

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Dimensions 8.75 in

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